Just like any sport, the younger you start, the better you become when you get older. But, you definitely won’t be able to tell if your kid would be able to embrace this sport, or if this sport would be something that would last in your kids life. You definitely won’t want to spend money on something your kid won’t be using after a few months, so we have 4 best crossbows for the youth which are also good for your pocket.
This crossbow is the top of the line crossbow, it comes with an excellent safety system and an anti dry fire mechanism that has a low draw weight which is only 130 lbs and a total weight of 6.5lbs. This crossbow is easy to assemble and even beginners would be able to do it. It’s very precise and beginners would be able to achieve assembling it within 20 minutes.
Bushwacker Crossbow is redesigned to become steadier and more balanced on the target. It has an ergonomic stock and a vented forearm to add aesthetics and safety to the crossbow. For an 80 ft to lbs it delivers 300FPS. This one is a very good choice for the youth, with the right equipment, there’s nothing bad you could say about it.
If you still don’t know, crossbows would be fun for kids. This entry-level crossbow is not expensive but it’s already a good one. It would still make you feel like you’re hunting with a recurve bow though. With 240 FPS hunting deers would be easy. This has all the basic accessories and a padded sling. At the forearm it has a features vented stock and good safety mechanisms so you could leave your mind at peace while your kid is using it.
This crossbow is ready for hunting, it comes with a very good package. If you need a fully equipped and affordable package, this one would not disappoint. It delivers more than 235 FPS and is the best for small to medium games. Accuracy won’t be an issue with this one, it’s something more personal. It has a rope cocking device which makes cocking almost effortless and it’s very safe for youth crossbow players or hunters.
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