Bear Apprentice 2 Compound Bow
The Bear Apprentice 2 compound bow is an improved version of the successful and popular youth bow, the Apprentice. This is a new release for 2012 and the improvement comes down to the peak draw weight of the bow which has now been expanded to 60 lbs. This means that the draw weight range is a massive 40 lbs allowing the young archer to take the bow from the most junior of levels and continue using it until ready for a more powerful hunting bow. This has significantly lengthened the amount of time the young hunter can stay with the bow.
The bow uses a dual rotating modular cam system that supplies draw length adjustability from 15” to 27” in 1” increments. There is no need for added modules to achieve these changes in the draw length.
The bow is available in a choice of finishes, either the RealTree APG or pink camo.
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BEAR ARCHERY APPRENTICE 2 NEW LEFT HAND PACKAGE 20 60LB CLOSSE OUT 34 OFF
Time Remaining: 4d 15h 44m
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BEAR ARCHERY YOUTH APPRENTICE 2 NEW LEFTY PACKAGE 20 60LB CLOSE OUT 34 OFF
Time Remaining: 28d 1h 36m
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Dual Rotating Modular Cam system
Flared Quad Limbs
Zero tolerance limb pockets
Bear Apprentice 2 Specifications
Draw Weights : 20 to 60 lbs
Draw Lengths : 15-27”
Axle to Axle : 27.625″
Brace Height : 6.125″
Mass Weight : 2.9 lbs
Effective Let Off : 70%
IBO Speed : 265 fps
Finding Information About the Bear Apprentice 2 Compound Bow
The Bear Apprentice 2 compound bow is one of the bows that were released as part of the 2012 range and so they are covered in the 2012 Bear Owner’s Manual. To get important information about your Bear compound bow including vital warning details, bow diagrams, care and maintenance, how to adjust the draw weight of the bow, arrow selection recommendations and the setup of the bow you should read the manual.
What they are saying in the forums about the Bear Apprentice 2
I bought one for my son and he shot it for about a year at the age of 8-9 then graduated to a Diamond Razor Edge. The Apprentice is an OK starter bow and Bear sells a bunch of them. However, it has a couple flaws in my opinion.
1. The Whisker Biscuit rest has only horizontal (right to left) adjustment capability. No vertical adjustment. This means all paper tuning for vertical must be done only with the nocking point. Its workable but a little crude.
2. The string serving is pretty thick and not very tight on the string. The serving moved a lot and got gaps in it. I ended up removing the factory serving and reserving the string where the nocking point, D-loop and kisser go. Should be done right from the factory.
If you can live with these kind of annoyances, its an OK bow.
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