Bear Archery Fred Bear Lit'l Brave 2 Recurve Bow

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Bear Archery Fred Bear Lit'l Brave 2 Recurve Bow -
This downsized recurve was built with the youngest archers in mind. Extremely lightweight, it's easy for small hands to hold. The stick-on E-Z Draw™ arrow rest secures the arrow while drawing. Takedown limbs make it simple to store and transport. Drilled and tapped for mounting a quiver and sights. A cutout in the riser assures adequate vane clearance. Comes complete with two arrows. Right hand only.
Draw weight: 8-12 lbs.
Draw length: 16"-24".
Tip-to-tip length: 47".

Fit:

  • Grip crafted to fit small hands

Features:

  • Drilled and tapped for quiver and sights
  • Includes two arrows
  • Downsized just for young shooters
  • Takedown limbs for easy storage
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Christmas Present Winner

With movies such as Hunger Games and Brave in the last year, my daughter (11) was super gung-ho about getting a bow for Christmas. I wasn't willing to spring for a higher end model until I was sure it wasn't a one-and-done gift, but this bow delivers!. It took a few trips to the backyard for her to get strong enough to draw the bow all the way back, and she's still working on her release, but if it's not raining, snowing, or freezing outside, she's shooting. Note to dads and moms, this bow is too small for you, don't try to draw it to your full draw length. My arms are longer than the draw length on this, so I half draw (which usually leads to a lousy shot and the girl child winning the closest shot contest). Make sure you tighten the adjustment nuts on the sight (or remove it entirely) since a black sight pin is quite difficult to find in the yard. Pros:
1. Well Made
2. Sized perfectly (for an 11yr old girl, YMMV)
3. Comes with good arrows, not cheap wood Cons:
0. Haven't found any yet
Indytechnerd at Cabelas on 01/15/2013

Great Quality

My son is six and loves archery. His first bow was a gift It was the little compound bow you can find at common stores. When I saw how good he was getting I wanted a quality recurve to correct his form and teach him instinct. Granted we shoot compounds but a traditional bow teaches you things a compound will never. This is great starter bow. It is weak for any age above 9. The quality is good. ages four to eight I would say.
cleardownrange at Cabelas on 01/15/2013

Best for Beginners

My son is six years old, before that he had a very small bow.
With this bow did not have any problems. He picked it up and started shooting like he always did. Very good thing for the Course, young archers.
NABARD at Cabelas on 11/08/2012

Fred Bear Lit'l Brave 2 Recurve Bow

Great first bow for my boy. He loves shooting along side me and I love having him enjoy it. All around a great piece of equipment to start off a young archer.
AJLL at Cabelas on 09/10/2009