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Headhunter arrows and a rope cocking device. Barnett says the 2017 Carbonlite crossbows are an


even better investment thanks to top-quality components, unmatched performance, and attention-to-detail,made-in- the-USA construction.


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Meanwhile, it has unveiled an all-new line of youth bows for 2017, each designed to get kids excited about archery and keep themhooked on shooting. FromtheQuicksilver andWildhawk for beginners to


themore advanced Vertigo andTomcat 2, every bow comes with everything a young shooter needs to start having fun right out of the package. Cool colours and eye-catching graphics are said tomake


these bows irresistible to pick up but it’s the ergonomic designs and kid-friendly features that allow youngsters to shoot comfortably and with the kind of accuracy thatmakes archery fun. Te line starts with theQuicksilver, a traditional-style


bow for small beginners with an 18in to 22in draw length – great for those aged five to eight. It has an ambidextrous riser, a soft-touch reinforced grip


and an ergonomic handle with a built-in safety ledge to protect young hands. It includes two arrows, an adjustable sight and finger rollers for comfortable, pain-free shooting. TeWildhawk is a compound bow, also with an 18in to


22in draw length and perfect for the same age range.Like theQuicksilver, it has an ambidextrous riser, a soft-touch reinforced grip and an ergonomic handle with a built-in safety ledge. It also includes two arrows, an adjustable sight


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and finger rollers. Stepping up in size, the Vertigo fits youngsters aged


from seven to 10, thanks to a draw length of 24 to 26 inches. Split limbs help keep the bow light while producing more energy with the help of the visually enhanced cams. Te Vertigo comes with a soft-touch reinforced grip


and an ergonomic handle with a built-in safety ledge, two arrows, an adjustable sight and finger rollers. For more advanced shooters, theTomcat 2 is a true


compound bow with a 60 to 70 per cent let-off and a 20in to 22in draw length that is adjustable in 1in increments for maintaining a perfect fit for growing kids, ranging in age from eight to 12. It includes an upgraded three-pin fibre-optic sight, two


arrows and finger rollers.Te let-off feature allows kids to pull more weight and shoot longer distances alongside their parents. A Barnett spokesman said: “Archery is an excellent outdoor sport and a great way to get kids out of the house for a break from video games and television.Te 2017 line of affordable Barnett youth bows provides the perfect tools to get any child, regardless of size or experience level, shooting a bow and having fun right out of the box.”


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