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Our daughter has outgrown this bow and we are selling it to help pay for a new one for a Christmas gift. This has been an awesome bow for her and would make an excellent bow for any smallish person.

We are selling this bow with all the "stuff" on it. There is a Cobra pin sight, wrist strap, peep, and whisker biscuit. We are asking $170 to your door. It is a right handed bow.

The Mini Genesis - a smaller, lighter version of the Original Genesis bow that allows youngsters to shoot.

Just like the Original Genesis, the Mini offers “zero let-off” so that there is no set draw length. Rather, the Mini Genesis can be drawn to a wide range of lengths, whatever fits that particular young shooter. Yet, the zero let-off feature helps to “pull” the string from the fingers upon release, making it easy to shoot. And at only 2 pounds physical weight, the bow is easy for youngsters to draw and aim without getting fatigued.

Mini Genesis Starts 'em Younger!
Smaller, lighter version of original Genesis bow allows youngsters to shoot

Featuring the same revolutionary technology as the Original Genesis bow, the Mini Genesis is scaled to fit even smaller-framed youngsters. Weighing only 2 pounds, and with adjustable draw weights of 6 to 12 pounds, the Mini Genesis fits even pre-schoolers who are ready for the unique thrills of archery.

The Mini Genesis features:

29 1/8" axle-to-axle length
6 1/8" brace height
Adjustable draw weight 6-12 pounds
Draw length range of 14-25 inches
2 pounds mass weight
Carbon cable guard

With the Genesis, kids of all sizes and physical abilities, along with their family members and friends can share in the joy of archery. The Mini Genesis builds on that opportunity by giving even younger kids an opportunity to shoot a “real” bow and arrow. This was very true for our daughter who has a muscle development delay which made it difficult for her to keep her arm up when shooting a regular sized Genesis.
 

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