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Genesis Pro

Equipment Notes: youth/short-draw bows



The Genesis Pro has zero letoff, so it fits just about everyone. With the Draw Stop Cam, you can customize draw length while providing a solid wall. Draw weight ranges from 15-25 lbs. The wide centershot adjustment range allows for greater fletching clearance.


Other features include machined aluminum riser, composite limbs, molded grip, Teflon-coated steel cable, and threaded holes for accessories. It's available in camo riser w/black eccentrics and black powder-coat w/red or chrome eccentrics (Brennan Industries, Inc., 608/ 269-1779, www.genesisbow.com )

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