One of the things we love about archery is the fact it’s an activity anyone can participate in. You can pick it up if you’re in your 60s or pre-teens, especially if it’s a recurve bow. The Bear Archery Titan set may be billed for the younger crowd, but it’s ideal for anyone that needs […]
One of the things we love about archery is the fact it’s an activity anyone can participate in. You can pick it up if you’re in your 60s or pre-teens, especially if it’s a recurve bow. The Bear Archery Titan set may be billed for the younger crowd, but it’s ideal for anyone that needs an ambidextrous bow with a low draw weight.
While still 60-inches, this bow is built a bit different from the rest. The limbs are made from a composite material with plenty of flex, and there’s a molded riser grip in the middle.
The arrow rest is designed to work with either hand as well. That’s a huge bonus if you have more than one young archer in your household. The Titan ensures the leftie or right-handed child won’t feel left out, and you’ll only need to buy one bow.
How powerful is it?
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This bow is designed for the younger crowd, so power is definitely a concern.
While the Titan is just as dangerous as any bow, the draw weight is between 20 to 29 pounds with a draw length of 22 to 28-inches. The farther you pull, the more power you’ll generate and strength obviously factors in as well. This will give you a better idea of what it can do…
You can clearly see it has some pop but is one of the safer alternatives and very easy to operate for children around 12-years old.
Regardless of little Robin Hood’s prowess, never leave them unattended. And be ready to lend a hand with the bowstring. You can string this with relative ease if you have experience due to the draw weight and “slight” curve although it’s not something you’ll want your child trying for the first time.
While the accessories aren’t top quality, you’ll need them anyway if it’s a bow for a new archer. The kit comes with a finger tab, quiver, armguard, a target, and a couple of safety glass arrows. That’s more than enough to get started although we’d recommend an extra set to cut back on trips to the target.