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Cajun 26-inch Wood Youth Arrow(1125858)
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Cajun Wood Arrow Hardwood shaft coated w/ blue, red or yellow paint. 2-1/4" shield feathers. For bow weights up to 35 lbs. 26" lengths.
Cajun Wood Arrow - Our best-selling wood arrow for youth archery programs. Hardwood shaft coated w/ blue, red or yellow paint. 2-1/4"shield feathers, snap-on nock & crimped-on steel target point. For bow weights up to 35 lbs. 26" length.
For bow weights up to 35 lbs. 26" length
Scott Bingham of Ankeny, IA - April, 19 2011:
Great arrows at an inexpensive price. For those who are teaching their kids the basics of archery hunting and who have a tendency to lose the arrows they are easier to find with their multi-colored vanes. Since they are a lighter arrow, it will effect the accuracy on a windy day. Overall, decent price and a great beginners arrow.Dave of Boise, ID - April, 20 2011:
This arrow works great in my kids youth traditional bow. The only downside that I experienced was that the knocks can get broken off easy because they are glued.Dave of Spanish Fork, UT - April, 25 2011:
These arrows are perfect for kids! They shoot the best out of lower poundage recurve bows!Tim of Reno, NV - April, 27 2011:
I bought these for my son to use on his Bear Panda recurve bow. They shoot very nice and are very affordable. Some of them can be very warped so check them for straightness before buying.Kevin of Anchorage, AK - April, 29 2011:
If you are looking to get your kids into archery these might be the arrows for you. Good quality that won't brake to bank!FOOSE of SOUTHAVEN, MS - May, 05 2011:
Good for the beginner hunter. Best using light poundage bows. Meant for youth, not completely acurate. It will not kill game. This is intended for targets only.Dustin of Eagle Point, OR - May, 08 2011:
Great arrow for kids breaking into shooting bows. They are fairly consistent and doesn't hurt too much when they get lost or get broken.Jeff of Casper, WY - May, 17 2011:
Great little starter arrow for youth with lighter poundage bows. Not real expensive so for the occasional skips off the ground or misses on the target. It wont break the bank if you lose one to the lil mishaps that happen in the beginning archers worldBow Up! of Kenai, AK - July, 09 2011:
Got a bow for my Girlfriends Son, and these arrows are perfect! He can go through them and if he loses a few we arent out a MESS LOAD!Cody of Farr West, UT - September, 20 2012:
The Cajan arrows are awesome. I bought some for my son hoping that they would last more than a week and he shot them for a summer. I wish the knock wasn't glued on.Brian of Anchorage, AK - September, 21 2012:
Good practice/learning arrows, good pricing as well.
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