Compound bow for 12yo boy

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Re: Compound bow for 12yo boy

Postby Russ » Sat 13 Jul 2013 6:55 pm

I was told shooting a bow in your backyard is considered the same as discharging a weapon. That was from one of the salesmen at Humphries archery in American Fork but I have never fact checked his advice.

I know this info is a wee late but as far as a good bow for a 12 yr old I found 3 good options if you are willing to shell out 300 - 400 bucks.

Hoyt Ruckus- great bow and the one my 13 yr old son picked after trying quite a few different set ups.

Diamond Infinite Edge - My 11 yr old daughter wants this bow. Shoots great and was my sons 2nd choice.

Mission Craze- another great bow with the most adjustability of all 3 I listed but was a tad bit heavier than the other 2.
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Re: Compound bow for 12yo boy

Postby quychang » Thu 18 Jul 2013 4:40 pm

Off topic, but as I re-read the title of this thread I thought....I bet there are lots of people that would trade a 12 yo boy for a compound bow, but not many that would trade a compound bow for a 12 yo boy. In other words, great trade, for the person getting the bow.

Sorry, I'll be quiet now.

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