Best Bow For Beginners Hunting in 2021
Southwest Archery Spyder Takedown Recurve Bow â€“ Compact Fast Accurate 62" Hunting & Target Bow â€“ Right & Left Hand â€“ Draw Weights in 20-60 lbs â€“ Beginner to Intermediate - USA Company Spyder-30R-WS
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Bear Archery Scout Youth Bow Set â€“Â Hunter Green
- Beginner bow set comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows and sight pin
- Set also includes finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
- Recommended age range for children is 4 to 7 years old
- Features 8-13 lb. draw weight and 16- to 24-inch draw length range
- 33-inch long ambidextrous bow features durable composite limbs
Leader Accessories Compound Bow Youth Bow 19-29lbs 24" - 26" Archery Hunting Equipment with Max Speed 129fps
- Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities.
- Hand Orientation: Right. Draw Weight: 19 - 29 lbs. Draw Length: 24" - 26".
- Max Speed: 129 FPS. Let Off: 65%. Axle to Axle: 32". Brace Height: 7.5". Weight:2.2 lbs.
- Aluminum Riser. Adjust the draw weight with enclosed Allen Wrench.
- The compound bow is with 2pc of 26" fiberglass arrow, quiver, finger Tab, armguard. 1-Year Warranty on the bow excluding string & cables.
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Genesis Kit - RH Black
- Official bow of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).
- Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities. With no specific draw length requirement, kids can't outgrow this bow.
- Includes a machined 6061-T6 aluminum riser, aluminum cam and idler wheel, sturdy composite limbs and high-strength bowstrings – all made in the USA.
- Built with single-cam technology, there are no tuning issues, less recoil, less noise and more accurate shooting.
- Kit includes: Bow, belt tube quiver, adjustable arm guard, five (5) aluminum arrows, 3/16" hex wrench and an Owner's Manual.
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Two Cute Costume Tricks for Barely-Seamstress Belly Dancers
Hunting for ways to expand your dance wardrobe cheaply without too much complexity? Love bargain hunting at thrift stores? Here are two ideas for to get dance skirts and pants from thrift store finds.
Part of the fun of belly dancing is assembling the dance outfit. Dancers want an original, one-of-a-kind look for as little money as possible. Thrift stores offer low-priced clothing from through the years, which can look fresh and unique to off-the-rack eyes. Here are two ideas for maximizing originality while minimizing price and fuss! The overall condition of the original garments don't matter as long as the part you're interested in is in good shape.
Idea #1 '" Dance Skirt: Find a bias-cut cocktail or evening dress with an attractive danceable skirt that fits your hips. Ignore any problems (stains, tears, tightness) above the waist. You want the bias cut style because it usually doesn't have zippers; you put it on over-the-head. (You could use one with a zipper, but skirtifying it is a little more complicated than these steps...)
Measuring from the bottom, mark the length of the skirt (usually the length from your ankle to the place on your hip where you wear your skirt) PLUS three-quarters to one inch. Chop the top of the dress off at the mark then turn under the raw edge to make a casing; sew it down. If you're planning on putting a belt over it, the quality of the stitches won't matter because you won't see them. Thread waistband elastic thru the casing, sew the ends together and you're done. The first pictures is an after-picture of this process- you can see the old top portion of the dress and the new flamenco-like skirt.
Idea #2 '" Dance Pants: Find a pair of yoga pants that fit you well and stay up where you want them; the length doesn't matter as long as it hits below the knee. Find an old tiered skirt or dress with a bottom ruffle that you like and that will go well with the pants. Note that girl's dresses are fine too; there should be enough material for what you need.
Create new bottoms for the pant legs by cutting two same-size rectangles from the hem of the dress: the rectangles' height should be the measurement from just below your knee to your ankle (however long you wear your pants). The width should wrap around the pant leg just below your knee. If it's stretchy fabric, that's enough. If it's woven fabric, add a few more inches and gather it so you can get your foot through. Sew each piece into a tube, sew each tube to a pant leg below the knee, then cut off the existing pant leg. Ta-da! A pair of dance pants with fancy bottoms. See the second picture for an example of the final results.