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Old 04-04-2007, 09:02 PM   #1
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I'm wanting to get my 11 year old son set up with a good starter bow and am considering, among others, the Browning Eclipse (single cam) and the Browning Micro Adrenaline (double cam). Any experiences that any of you might have had with these bows (good or bad) would be appreciated! Also, any arrow recommendations for a 35-50# bow with these shorter draw lengths? Thanks!
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Old 04-04-2007, 09:39 PM   #2
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I'm wanting to get my 11 year old son set up with a good starter bow and am considering, among others, the Browning Eclipse (single cam) and the Browning Micro Adrenaline (double cam). Any experiences that any of you might have had with these bows (good or bad) would be appreciated! Also, any arrow recommendations for a 35-50# bow with these shorter draw lengths? Thanks!
go w/ a new Adrenalin. Bow is upgraded to last years model. Parallel limbs , machined riser. Arrows to just practice? Desperado's are cheap and good for practice. or try some carbon force predators. Thatas what I got my son for his bow..
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Old 04-05-2007, 07:46 PM   #3
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I'm wanting to get my 11 year old son set up with a good starter bow and am considering, among others, the Browning Eclipse (single cam) and the Browning Micro Adrenaline (double cam). Any experiences that any of you might have had with these bows (good or bad) would be appreciated! Also, any arrow recommendations for a 35-50# bow with these shorter draw lengths? Thanks!
My son had a micro-midas that he loved,he shot it from age 8 to 14 before he moved up in size.
at age 13 he got his first deer with it,he was shooting it at 47lbs & 24in draw & easton xx75/1913 with a 80 or 100gr thunderhead.
this was a pretty good setup for him.
the browning adrenaline is pretty simular but it has a little larger cam's
which it's more than likely faster. if it were me for my kid
i probably would put more trust in this bow first.
my next pic would be the pse-spyder if you can find the wright size.
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djkillaz and kbohunt - I appreciate the information and assistance!
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