Constructed from Ash, and featuring Hard Maple white fiberglass limbs, the Adventure 2.0 comes equipped with sight, stabilizer and plunger bushings installed. It is the ideal bow for backyard shooting, schools, clubs, camp programs and J.O.A.D. The Adventure 2.0 features heavy duty, aluminum limb pockets to ensure a secure fit.
- Ideal for most archers from ages 11 - 15
- Suggested Brace Height 7-7 1/2".
- Dacron string included.
SKU OMPAD62 Model OMPAD62 size N/A Width No In Store Only No
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
- Big Bang for your buck! Review by Ed
Price Value Quality
Paid $129. for mine. After owning it and using it, I'd have paid more!
Bought this bow for myself because I wanted to get back into archery like I was 25 years ago. This bow was built to last. Solid built but not heavy. Very fine smooth craftsmanship and finish. This bow is dead on! A spike driver. I bought my daughter a PSE of the same class and it fell far short of what this bow has to offer! Would I buy it again?...without hesitation. Considering cutting the PSE loose and replacing it with another OMP.
(Posted on 5/5/2014)
- Good bow. Not a toy, but a good child or beginner bow if sized right. Review by Boofer
Quality Price Value
I bought my daughter a Samick Polaris (Same bow) and got the OMP as a volunteer in 4-H for myself. Pretty and well finished, but can stand a little polish to be perfect. Bow, string (Does not support fast flight strings), and arrow fuzzy rest with string silencers cost about $140-150 with two day delivery. I use the simple plastic stick on rest and get better results. Thunder Express arrows from FS Archery are cheap and are a good match for bows less than 40 lbs. Field tips are not removable, but I am on my first dozen with no problems. After laying off since the mid 1970s, this is an inexpensive way to get back into archery. And my daughter placed third in her first tournament against some experienced folks with more expensive equipment.
(Posted on 10/18/2013)
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