STAND­OUT CROSS­BOWS

Modern Pioneer - - Crossbow -

The Car­bon Phan­tom RCX from Tenpoint Cross­bow Tech­nolo­gies ex­em­pli­fies a mod­ern com­pound cross­bow. Weigh­ing 6.9 pounds, the 160-pound (draw weight) bow mea­sures just 13 inches from axle to axle when cocked, has a 16-inch power stroke, and re­leases bolts at speeds up to 385 fps. The stock comes with an ad­justable cheekand butt-plate for a cus­tom fit. And, it’s sold as a pack­age with bow, scope, quiver, cock­ing mech­a­nism and six car­bon bolts.

The Car­bon Nitro RDX, also from Tenpoint, is a re­verse-draw cross­bow. Mea­sur­ing just 10 inches from axle to axle when cocked and 34 inches long, the Nitro RDX is one of the mar­ket’s most com­pact cross­bows, and it has an ad­justable cheek- and butt-plate. With a draw weight of 165 pounds, the Nitro re­leases bolts at speeds up to 385 fps, and comes as a pack­age with scope, quiver, cock­ing mech­a­nism and six car­bon bolts. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit ten­pointcross­bows.com.

The Ma­trix Bull­dog 380 from Ex­cal­ibur Cross­bows is a re­curve cross­bow built on a bullpup stock mea­sur­ing 35 inches long, 30 inches wide (when cocked), and has an am­bidex­trous cheek piece. Weigh­ing just 5.7 pounds, the Bull­dog’s Pow­er­load limbs have a 260-pound draw weight and a 13.5-inch power stroke that re­lease bolts at speeds up to 380 fps. The Ma­trix Bull­dog 380 comes in a pack­age that in­cludes a scope, five-ar­row quiver, four car­bon bolts, four 150-grain field points and rope-cock­ing aid. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit ex­cal­ibur­cross­bow.com.

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