Bow Hunter Action Figures for our Bow Hunting Youths

5 05 2014

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Bow Hunter Dan and Ann shooting their Mathew's Bows in their Ameristep tree stands. Photo: Hunter Dan Co.

Bow Hunter Dan and Ann shooting their Mathew’s Bows in their Ameristep tree stands.
Photo: Hunter Dan Co.

Make learning fun with Bow Hunter Dan and Bow Hunter Ann! Both 8” fully poseable action figures made by the Hunter Dan Company. There is a complete line of accessories available for them, and they come complete with lots of great hunting gear, all names we, as adults, have come to trust. They both wear Rocky Hunting Boots, Deer Hides pants and shirts, a Hunter Safety System safety harness and store this in their Scent-Loc style storage bag. They shoot Mathew’s bows, climb into an Ameristep Tree Stand, glass with their Nikon binoculars, range with their Nikon rangefinder, call with the Quaker Boy Shooter Deer Cal, and use Renzo’s Deer Decoys and rattle using their rattling antlers. These figurines are very well equipped!

Hunter Dan urges the kids to wear a safety harness whenever they leave the ground! Photo: Hunter Dan Co.

Hunter Dan urges the kids to wear a safety harness whenever they leave the ground!
Photo: Hunter Dan Co.

Accessories available include Pop-up Blind, Camp Tent and a quad called The Beast. They are hunting for big game such as Whitetail Deer, Pronghorn, Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear and Wild Turkey. They are assisted by their faithful Labrador Retriever. Our youth are only limited by their imaginations where their hunts could take place.

My granddaughter, at 11, is an avid hunter, but likes playing with these figures. We make pretend of hunts we are on, shot placements, safety issues and even tracking. Lately she has been “teaching” her 2-year-old cousin all about hunting. Together they have been to the mountains for elk, and to the local woods for black bear. They can travel the USA on their hunts of a lifetime, in their imaginations. My stairwell spindles make the perfect “trees” to set the tree stands in, and chairs create their forests. They are having a lot of fun, while making sure to play at staying safe and making ethical shots. According to Sarah, the only thing missing was a practice target, so that Dan and Ann can practice with their Mathew’s bows!

Sarah shows Ellie when a good shot placement would be on this mule deer. Stairwell spindles make great trees! Photos: Diane Hassinger

Sarah shows Ellie when a good shot placement would be on this mule deer. Stairwell spindles make great trees!
Photos: Diane Hassinger

What I like about these figures are that, Bow Hunter Ann and Dan, like our youth, wear the Hunter Safety Systems harnesses, and shoot Mathew’s bows. Play carries over into real life for us. All the action figures have held up to many hours of hard hunting play! Anything that encourages these kids to learn about hunting, while having fun, is a great addition to our house.

The MSRP for both Bow Hunter Ann and Dan is $19.99, while the accessories range from $4.99 to $21.99. All items are available for purchase at http://hunterdan.com/sort/products/action-figures/

While you are on this website, check out their extras for kids, http://hunterdan.com/extras-for-kids/, which includes downloadable coloring pages and an interactive bow-hunting game. The newest catalog from

Hunter Dan is available for downloading at http://hunterdan.com/catalog

Hunter Ann encourages all of her “HUNTIN’ BUDDIES to attend an approved Hunter Education Course before actually going afield.”

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Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the products reviewed in these product reviews is an endorsement and the writer may have been compensated by “in-kind” payment to review the product.

 

This product review originally published on Ladies in Camo at  http://ladiesincamo.com/licpr/2014/04/16/bow-hunter-action-figures-for-our-bow-hunting-youthsdiane-hassinger/

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