Left-handed bow for six-year old

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  1. cantexian

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    I am looking for a left-handed bow gor my six-year-old. Something with a low draw weight under 20 for around $50.. I bought a Bear Brave for my other son but they only make those right-handed.


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    I have a diamond edge sb1 that you can have for 50$ Been sat in my garage for months doing nothing, may as well go to someone who’ll use it.

    Has the sight and stabilizer etc. it adjusts all the way down on both draw length and weight
     
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    Let me talk to my wife. We had intended on getting one for a Christmas present and couldn't find one in time so we spent the Christmas money on other gifts. I would still be interested though. She is not working right now since we just had a baby. Extra money is not in great supply right now.
     
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    Cover postage and it’s yours
     
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    It has been awhile. Do you still have this?
     
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    Will why do you have a left handed girls bow?:bow:
     
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    In case you ever asked to borrow a left handed bow :chewy:
     
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    Someone gave it me while back so I just left it in my garage. I think it’s in there somewhere still. I’m in the middle of moving house right now so I’ll see where/if I packed it
     
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    Thanks! His birthday is next month. I am trying to find something that will work.
    My wife decided we spent enough at Christmas. How low does it go on the draw weight?


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    I googled it and it goes down to 7lbs
     
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    No I piss excellence have never shot below a 70 pound draw, grip it an rip it my barnesdale limbs are maxed at 82 pounds sighted in at 40 yards.
     
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    Drunk again thinking about the vikings upcoming season Sota?


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    It is ironic I gave the same exact bow that was my daughters to my nephew. He is in his 20s and he had to have the poundage turned down from the draw weight my daughter had it at.
     
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    That's funny. My son is about to be 7 so I think its ok if the draw weight is turned down.
     
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    I hate to say it but I would teach them to shoot right handed at that age.
     
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    You sound like a nun at a catholic school back in the day.:evilgrin:
     
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    Could be the 12 years of private education I had before college. Thanks to my parents and grandparents.
     
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    I’m right handed but I have to shoot left handed due to left eye dominance
     
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    Curious why you went that route verse closing your left eye?
     
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    Because its easier and much more comfortable to keep the eye dominance as is, as opposed to retraining myself from what iv been doing for 25 years since the age of 6 when I started clay pigeon shooting.
     

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