Alpine Archery has always had its eyes on the future and nothing is more important to the sport than our future generation of archers and bowhunters. It started with the popular Alpine Colt, a bow designed specifically for the youth market. Now Alpine has taken these two decades of expertise and manufacturing prowess and is proud to offer the new LIL GUFF compound bow.
Endorsed by hunting superstar Jim Shockey, Alpine’s LIL GUFF is a design achievement every parent will be happy to place in their children’s hands and importantly, every child will be excited to shoot.
Bob Proctor, President of Alpine made the announcement: “We know the future rests with our younger generation. It is imperative that not only do we get them interested in the sport of archery but we provide the absolute best equipment possible to ensure they succeed at it and enjoy it to the fullest so they will stay in it. We have pulled out all the stops with the introduction of our 2011 Jim Shockey Signature Series LIL GUFF to make sure every child shooting one will be pleased with the performance and accuracy of this bow.”
The LIL GUFF features a machined aluminum riser with Power Tuff limbs and Radial Force A cams. It sports 7” of draw adjustments of 17” to 23” and weight range of 10 to 35 pound peak with 65% let-off. The bow is 32”overall with a maneuverable 28” axle-to-axle length and weighs a light 2.5 lbs. The LIL GUFF is designed to fit children in ages of 5 to 12 years and is available in black/bonz and black/pink camo. The LIL GUFF comes in at a parent pleasing low retail of only $219.
Alpine didn’t compromise so you don’t have to either. Want your children loving the sport of archery? Put a LIL GUFF in their hands and watch them really enjoy hitting what they aim at.
Alpine Archery – Keeping our eyes on the future.
For more information please contact: Alpine Archery
I understand the compound principle, I used one. It takes quiet a bit of the challenge out of the sport. Just about all I see is the compound. What happened to the long bow and recurve?
To continue. I am giving an archery demo this coming weekend. I did this last year using light draw recurve bows. Using point of aim to help, at 45′ I had the kids hitting bull consistently. When they got the idea of the principal, they did quite well with instinctive. Really enjoyed it. I even had an ambidextrous bow.