JUNXING M021 Youth Bow


(17 customer reviews)

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JUNXING M021 Youth Bow
JUNXING M021 Youth Bow $367.00 $238.00
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JUNXING F021 Dimensions
  • Axle-Axle:32”
  • Draw weight:12lbs
  • Weight:1.1lbs
  • Brace height:8”
  • Draw lenght:19.7”
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Archer’s Weight Suggested Draw Weight
Small Children (70-100 lbs.) 10-15 lbs
Larger Children (100-130 lbs.) 15-25 lbs
Small-Frame Female (100-130 lbs.) 25-35 lbs
Medium-Frame Female (130-160 lbs) 25-35 lbs
Small-Frame Male (120-150 lbs) 30-45 lbs
Medium-Frame Male (150-180 lbs) 40-55 lbs
Large-Frame Females (160+ lbs) 30-45 lbs
Large Frame Men (180+ lbs) 45-60 lbs
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The JUNXING M021 Youth Bow is a great beginner youth starter bow that can be used for several indoor or outdoor activities. It features a large sweet spot, so it gives the beginner a chance to have their first experience shooting with minimal frustration. The JUNXING M021 Youth Bow is very adjustable so it can grow with your child as they become more familiar with archery.

JUNXING M021 Youth Bow
JUNXING M021 Youth Bow
  • Axle-Axle:32”
  • Draw weight:12lbs
  • Weight:1.1lbs
  • Brace height:8”
  • Draw lenght:19.7”
JUNXING M021 Youth Bow
JUNXING M021 Youth Bow

JUNXING M021 Youth Bow is designed for children’s hands. This bow has a durable plastic body and a rubber grip for an easy hold, and the pull bolt makes it easy to adjust the draw length.

17 reviews for JUNXING M021 Youth Bow

  1. Austin

    Good Quality

    Very happy with this purchase! My son loves it!!

  2. IC


    Ok. Came without the target.

  3. Jeff

    Purchased for 5 yo girl

    This is a nice little bow. I looked and looked for a bow for a 5 yo girl and settled on this one. I read lots of reviews and was wary of the low price since there are many other similar units costing twice as much but with many negative reviews.Its a great little bow and seems like it will last her until she is ready for a real target bow.The inculded arrows are ok but since this is for a kid, they are going to lose some or bounce them off the ground so buy a few more. The Easton Scout (unfortunately they are not carried on Amazon) come in a 6 pack for a nice price and are hands down the best target arrows for small kids with bows like these.

    2 people found this helpful

  4. Owen

    A $12.99 beginner bow

    This has been a great beginner bow for my 6 and 7yr old boys. They don’t struggle to draw it, and ask every day if they can go shoot together. Buy extra arrows, and you’ll be on the right path to training the next generation of archery enthusiasts.

    One person found this helpful

  5. chsdiyer

    he just likes shooting it and can get pretty good distance out of it

    Bought this for my son just before his 5th birthday day. he was able to shoot it on his own in no time. We haven’t used any of the accessories or target that came with it, he just likes shooting it and can get pretty good distance out of it. I’ve also found it fun to shoot. Only thing odd was additional arrows cost more than the whole set, so you’re better off buying two sets. He does struggle some times to keep the arrow on the bow, but I wouldn’t say it’s the fault of the product, he just needs to get a little more coordinated with his wrist control. I would definitely buy this again.

    3 people found this helpful

  6. BridgetLeah

    Great bow

    Great beginner bow for my 6-year-old. We bought him a compound bow and he can’t pull it back yet so this is perfect practice. I have him shooting my broad head target from 10 yards and it’s shooting pretty consistent. Would buy again!

  7. Surfing Jerry

    Great starter set for kids, it’s even fun for adults!

    This is a great starter set for kids. It’s even fun for an adult to shoot (be careful not to overdraw, because the draw weight is very light).My 4.75 year old was able to shoot this on her own after a little instruction and demonstration. We were shooting into a cardboard box. The arrows wouldn’t always penetrate, but I also don’t think she was taking her time drawing back the same length every time. What do you expect from a 4 year old? More importantly, she had fun and was developing self-confidence in her ability to do it on her own, while learning basic shooting safety (like not pointing it at other people, etc). Her aim was also quite a bit off frequently, but again, she’s four. At least she always shot down range.My 7 year old did very well with this set. She could definitely penetrate the cardboard box and get the arrows to stick. She also quickly learned to string the arrow and take a shot independently, at the same time learning range safety.For an older kid or an adult, the range on this set is about 20-30 feet. Not to say that you couldn’t get an arrow to travel farther, it just wouldn’t be as reliable of a shot. So be sure to always practice in a safe area with an adequate backstop.The arrows that come with the set are 26″ 

    Bear Archery Youth Safetyglass Target Arrows (3 per card)

     available here on Amazon. Since it only comes with two, I highly recommend at least 3 more (1 “card”) or you’ll be doing a lot of walking back and forth. The arrows are not as bad as some reviewers have commented. They have target tips, and the nock “clips” onto the bowstring. The fletching is soft rubber and perhaps sub-par, but with this bow’s light draw weight they have relatively straight flight and don’t experience the tail kicking out (the fletching is perhaps not enough for higher draw weight bows… I have some 28″ for the 

    Bear Archery Titan Bow

     and they kick out quite a bit. I am going to try using duct tape to make the fletching longer on our next outing. You may also want to consider a pack of arrow tips, 

    Fiberglass Arrow Aluminum Round Point Tips 5pcs Set

    , as I did have a couple tips come off when extracting from the box. They went back on without a problem, but if you were to lose the tip, I don’t think it would be a good idea to shoot the arrow without the tip. The tips may also get (more) blunted if you hit something like a rock.The included finger tab and arm guard are sorta useless and really not necessary. We had jackets or long sleeves on but I don’t think there was any bowstring hitting our forearms.The bowstring is probably on the cheap side, but it’s perfectly functional. Again, this is just a kids’ bow, so it’s fine.Really nothing to not like about this set. It’s cheap and fun, and if for some weird reason your kid doesn’t like archery, you’re not out too much moolah. But really, what kid wouldn’t like to play Katniss, Merida, Robin Hood, etc, etc…

    One person found this helpful


    Good quality bow

    The bow is wonderful, great quality. Was the hit gift of the birthday party.I’ve ordered previously as a gift, so I ordered again as a gift for another little boy and received the wrong color. Ordered green and got purple. It’s for a little boy who loves green so I’m highly disappointed.

  9. wade

    Great for 5 yr old

    Great beginner bow and arrows for kids. Buy extra arrows

  10. Dave V

    Nice set for my 7 yr old daughter.

    Great for my 7 yr old daughter, after she graduated from her bamboo play bow. I wish the arrows came with pointed rubber tips, but we bought some 8mm tips that slid on tightly to the 7mm arrows in this set. The quiver is a joke – we bought a real one. Likewise, the folded up paper target is kind of silly.

    One person found this helpful

  11. Mary B Buck

    Great value

    This is a great little bow for beginners I purchased this for my grandkids to try will probably be ordering at least one if not two more

  12. Crys T

    These are great just buy more arrows.

    My son got these for his birthday and my kids have done very well with them. I like that they have a dull tip although I do still feel you need to teach whatever kids that are using them safety rules. I thought these were good starter bows for younger children, my 7 and 5 year old had no problem pulling it back with some practice. I also appreciate that they came with the arm strap as I got a nasty red mark after my first few times using without it. We just set up a hay barrel with their target and they start practicing.

    2 people found this helpful

  13. Waldoh1

    Good Set for Beginning Archer

    I purchased this set for a 6 year old who was very interested in archery after summer camp. It is easy to use and the arrows are strong enough to give the feel of a much more robust arrow. The two drawbacks are the target is minuscule and certainly not good for a young beginner and the quiver is really unusable, it has no strap and even after adding a strap the arrows fall out all the time. I also recommend buying extra arrows otherwise you are chasing them all the time.

    2 people found this helpful

  14. Josh

    Great bow for children

    This bow and arrow set is perfect for kids learning archery. My son is five and can shoot a target from up to 20 ft away without any problem. Both the bow and arrows are well made; the arrows even survived some missed shots that hit wooden fence posts and so they seem strong enough. Overall very satisfied with the quality and usability of this bow/arrow set.

    One person found this helpful

  15. Kelly Renee

    No target as advertised

    Bow is fine for a smaller child. Mine is 42″ tall and weighs just over 40lbs. The bow is a little rough for her to pull back. She was disappointed that it didn’t come with the target that was advertised. You can see in the picture it only had these little targets printed on the inside of the packaging. I’m sure the advertised target would be destroyed in no time, but they shouldn’t advertise it if they’re not going to include it.

  16. Matthew Rankin

    Great starter archery set

    I bought two Bear Archery First Shot Youth Bow Sets at Christmas for my 8 year-old daughter and 5 year-old son. They both enjoy shooting their bows and are able to handle them fine. The bow is advertised for children ages 4 to 7 years old, but it’s the right draw length (14 to 16-inches) and draw weight (8 to 12 pounds) for my daughter, although she is petite for her age. She only shoots about 6-9 arrows before taking a break, whereas my son will shoot as many as he’s allowed.The arrows that come with the set say they are 25-inches. However, that length isn’t available when buying the spares. I bought the Bear Archery Youth Safetyglass Target Arrows (3 per card), 26-Inch, and they are the same length as those that came with the First Shot Youth Bow Set.

    2 people found this helpful

  17. Drb1611

    Awesome for kids!

    Didn’t come with the pads or target but this bow for the price is awesome! 6 1/2 year old nephew loved it!! I suggest buying extra arrows because he didn’t put it down. Parental supervision should be present because this thing shoots pretty far with decent speed!

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