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Tiger's T-Pro Single Cam Youth Bow

Tiger's T-Pro Single Cam Youth Bow

With Martin's modern youth bow design, young hunters can enjoy all the latest technology that archery has to offer. The Tiger™'s T-Pro single cam and parallel limbs guarantee a smooth, fast, shock-free shot.






Other features include a fully adjustable sight, bowsling, and a left or right-handed design. Available in a 10-20 pound draw weight, this lightweight bow has a 14-24 inch draw-length range -- no adjustments required. The Tiger comes in Black or Camo.

Contact: Martin Archery, (509) 529-2554, www.martinarchery.com.


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