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WaldoOH 43356
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Things to Consider When Choosing the Best Compound Bow for Your Youngster

Things to Consider When Choosing the Best Compound Bow for Your Youngster

Archery is growing in popularity and for good reason. It is a sport that anyone can enjoy. It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, large or small, or even if you are sporty; archery is just plain fun. And now, thanks to an innovative program being offered by the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP), kids all across the nation are learning the skills of archery in a fun-filled environment.

Learning self-control, discipline, patience, and teamwork is just the beginning. Archery also gives your child the chance to hone their skills and compete in a friendly and nurturing environment. If your child’s school has announced its involvement in NASP, you are likely looking for a quality compound bow for your child. Here are some things to consider.

Required: The Genesis Bow from Mathews

As the only approved compound bow for use in all NASP programs, the Genesis bow, made by industry leaders at Mathew Archery, offers a safe and durable design at an economical price. It features no let-off and is adjustable from 10-20 pounds in draw weight at any draw length, making it easy to learn from and fun to use.

The perfect youth crossbow weighs less than 15 pounds. Of course, older kids may be able to handle a heavier bow once they get used to it. Be sure that whatever crossbow you buy your child can easily handle it without tiring.

What to Consider When Choosing Your Child’s First Compound Bow

While NASP programs all use the Genesis compound bow, there are still some important factors to consider when buying one for your child:

  • Safety. Kids can be unpredictable. That is why it is vital that any compound bow they use features good safety features.
  • Weight. The perfect youth compound bow weighs less than five pounds. Of course, older kids may be able to handle a heavier bow once they get used to it. Be sure that whatever compound bow you buy your child can easily handle it without tiring.
  • Draw Weight. Let’s face it — if your youngster can’t draw their own bow, they won’t be able to experience the kind of independence the sport provides and may become frustrated.
  • Price. If this is the first time your child is trying archery, don’t waste a lot of money on that first bow. It will take some time for your child to understand what feels best and which type of compound bow they really want.

Finding the Perfect Compound Bow for Your Child

Ready to purchase that first compound bow for your child? Don’t head to just any store. Let the expert staff at Norton Sporting Goods help you choose just the right one. Considering all the factors necessary for picking a compound bow that your kids will love, plus finding one that they can use during their NASP lessons and competition, the team at Norton will help you pick the perfect bow. Come in today to see what we have to offer.

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