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Flintlock1776 11-29-2008 08:14 PM

Cross Bow Decision Time
 
Well, I went to my bow pro and looked at the cross bows.

Of course the best of the lot caught my eye with the way you can actually load and unload without flinging a bolt.

Very heavy but cross bow seems to all be heavy.

http://www.strykerxbow.com/stryker.php

For Cross Bow, Case, Bolts, scope it is $1,500 before tax.

I am thinking about getting it..............

MJewell 11-30-2008 05:33 AM

Forget it and do yourself a favour and buy and Excaliber.

Matt

coorsdrifter 11-30-2008 07:08 AM

I like my Horton, personally.Choosing a crossbow is like choosing a truck,gun or any othe large purchase.Look for what features you want and if its within your price range get it.

Flintlock1776 11-30-2008 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MJewell (Post 26601)
Forget it and do yourself a favor and buy and Excaliber.

Matt

I saw a pile of them in the send back to the manufacturer at Cabelas in Hamburg, PA. Seems they have a propensity to blow out. Not sure if it is operator error or product defect. Thanks anyway.

Flintlock1776 11-30-2008 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by coorsdrifter (Post 26604)
I like my Horton, personally.Choosing a crossbow is like choosing a truck,gun or any othe large purchase.Look for what features you want and if its within your price range get it.

How many shots can you put through it before changing the string/cables etc?


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