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Ok I am looking for a bow for my daughter she is 13 she loves archery ( not much interest in hunting YET) she is 5'3 24" draw w/ release she is expected to be about 5'7" so wthout buying two or three bows by the time she is fully grown I am looking for one she can grow with at the moment she can draw about 35 lbs I would like to get a bow w/ a max of 50 lbs I have found a PSE Choas that will do everything I want in a bow has anyone tried on of these or know of any other that could work the Chaos I was told by a local bow shop will go from I think 24" to 31" without any mods & has a draw weight of 40 - 50 lbs but they can get it down to around 35 I found a used Matthews but I have to change cams to adjust it & I am looking at $80 ea I would probably be spending $300 in the next two years just in cams NOT happening for a 10yr old bow I am also looking to spend a Max of $300 bare Bow I have a new rest & sights hope you guys can help
 

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check morrises in hilsbourow, or skips gun shop in bristol. iv heard good things about the place in hilsborow, and had a great buying expeariance with skips. skips realy has great service after the sale, and realy backs up what they sell.
 

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most bow makers have youth bows in their products line-up, so take a look at all the major manufactures and see what looks good. I'm sure finding her something shouldn't be too much trouble. Browning, PSE, Hoyt, Mathews, Diamond made by Bowtech are just some of the better brands out there right now.
 

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i am a big Diamond by Bowtech fan, anf they have a really nice bow for your daughter. the diamond razor is just what you need to look at. the price at bass pro shops for the package setup is 329.99, comes with 3pin fiber optic sight,2-pc 4-arrow quiver hostage capture-style arrowrest,wrist sling, and peep sight. I t also comes in the 30-60 lb draw weight with 19"-29" draw length. diamond is a really good bow and I think your daughter would be very happy with this bow, and you would be to. GOOD HUNTING>
 

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check morrises in hilsbourow, or skips gun shop in bristol. iv heard good things about the place in hilsborow, and had a great buying expeariance with skips. skips realy has great service after the sale, and realy backs up what they sell.
Bought mine at morse's in hillsboro they are great guys I have talked to them I just looking for other bows that someone bought for their child & liked or any of the ladys like I just don't want to keep having to upgrade bows This is getting crazy just bought a mini 30 for my youngest so she can deer hunt with me. now my oldest wants a bow. & I need to upgade some of my hunting equipment. Might just have to sell all my stuff to get them outfitted LOL
 

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Well I have narrowed it down to 2 brownings looking at the Micro Midas & the Micro adrenaline if she decides to hunt I will most likely go with the adrenaline
I have to stop researcing my brain is going to explode just to many different bows & options to choose from
It was easier when I bought my Reflex shop recommended it I checked the reviews on it , It felt good so I bought it.
This one is killing me
 
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