That is a good bow. My buddy bought one last year to get back into archery. That thing is smooth and very light weight. Feels about 2/3's as heavy as my hoyte.MQ-1 said:Check out the Diamond Razor Edge....my son bought one last year..nice bow that I even enjoy shooting.
Yeah my daughter liked this bow as well, but unfortunately she thought the Parker Sidekick youth bow shot better and felt better for her. So that is what she got. Let them shoot each bow and let them decide which feels better. They will be hunting with it not you! Yes, most youth bows will allow them to grow with the archer. Some will have great amount of adjustment, some will not.sendero said:I think the diamond razors edge is probably the best option for getting someone into archery hunting just due to the flexibility. It offers 10" of draw length adjustment and 30# of draw weight adjustment. You can get it in a 30-60 pound version that will allow it to grow with him, and is plenty to harvest a deer. The new bear youth bows are nice as well but don't offer the range the diamond does.