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Arrow Precision Inferno Wildfire II Precision Recurve Crossbow (225-Pounds)

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  • Extremely Powerful 225 pound draw with Blistering Speeds up to 345 FPS (Feet Per Second)
  • Package comes fully equipped with 4-20" Carbon Bolts, Quick Detach Quiver, Padded Sling, Stringer Cable and Rope Cocker
  • Premium 4x32 Multi Reticle Scope (Red and Green), Next G1 Soft Touch Microprint Camo, Noise Reduction System
  • Lightweight, Evenly Balanced Soft Touch Stock with CNC Machined Aluminum Rail and Riser with Special Allow Limbs
  • Measures 39.5 inches long (without stirrup) and 36.2 inches wide (cocked) with a 16.5 inch Power Stroke
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Product Description

Product Description

New for 2012, The Inferno Wildfire II is one of the most powerful Recurve Crossbows on the market, boasting a robust 225 pound draw with speeds up to 345 FPS, . With it's new noise suppression system, 4x32 Multi- Reticle Illuminated Scope and Next G1 Soft Touch Microprint™ Camo, the Wildfire II offers the best quality, value and performance at a price point consumers can appreciate.

From the Manufacturer

The Inferno Wildfire II is one of the most powerful Recurve Crossbows on the market, boasting a robust 225 pound draw with speeds up to 345 FPS. With it's new noise suppression system, 4x32 Multi- Reticle Illuminated Scope and Next G1 Soft Touch Microprint Camo, the Wildfire II offers the best quality, value and performance at a price point consumers can appreciate.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 39.5 x 36.2 x 8 inches ; 7.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: This item ships only within the U.S. excluding certain locales such as NY and NJ.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003LXCUYM
  • Item model number: 154
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,339 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Boyce on December 4, 2013
I can't find any reason not to buy the Wildfire II. It has exceeded my expectations by a lot. It is every bit as good as an Excaliber (except the warranty) at a much lower price for a 225 lb draw. Parts are so similar, they probably come from the same factory. (Just a guess). The illuminated scope is a very nice design with 4 illuminated circles that get decreasingly smaller for longer distances, similar to the Nikon BDC reticle. The trigger has a very natural feel and should be great for hunting. Stock has a nice soft feel and fits the scope position nicely. I weighed the bolts and they are 400 grains each. I will chronograph them soon. Usually the advertised speed rating is from a 350 grain bolt, so I imagine the 400 grain bolt speed will be somewhat less than the 345fps advertised speed. The bolts and the fletching have held up well so far, so I purchased another matching dozen with practice tips for under $30. Note that a lot of soft cases are not wide enough for this crossbow. I bought the Plano soft case from Amazon, which is wide enough at 36" wide. All set for deer hunting!!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By KGB on August 8, 2014
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I've been hunting with Mathews compound bows for 20 years and reached a point in my age that I wanted to switch to a crossbow. I wanted to find the best bow for the money to start out. I like compounds but I wanted to stay as basic and simple as I could with the crossbow for service and maintaining accuracy so I wanted a recurve.
Long story short the Excaliburs are nice but to rich for my blood so I took a chance on the Wildfire II based on the reviews. I'm glad that I did.
Pros:
Excellent fit and finsh work on the entire bow. Definitely quality construction on par with any of the big name crossbow makers.
It seems as fast and they say it is. Once sighted in it is consistently accurate. I think this bow is on par with the Excalibur baseline bows Like the Axiom or Ibex if not better as this bow has a one peice Aluminum rail versus a plastic rail. Weight is not bad at all and it feels well balanced for free hand shooting. Soft touch Camo is awesome and a nice balance of pattern and color.
Thumb Safety just like a rifle. Not up on the side of the string latch like a lot of other crossbows and quiet as a mouse. Not a loud CLICK! when you take the safety off. The trigger does have some creep but is pretty smooth overall. The more I shoot the better it gets.
Shot noise is average and less than a pellet gun for comparison. It comes with factory installed limb dampeners that attach to the riser/limb. I also installed the SIMS LIMBSAVER kit and it definitely helped reduce the sound when fired.
Scope is actually very good quality and clarity. Super clean reticle and the adjustable illumination is great for early morning/late evening shots! I was thinking to buy a Nikon but this scope is really nice so I will keep using it.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By daniel on October 10, 2012
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what a great bow. it feels very balanced and the material fit and finish all feel very of a high quality. i wasnt expecting this high of a quality bow for this kind of money. right out of the box i put my first two bolts thru the dead center of the target in the same hole!!!! i would urge anyone looking for a crossbow to take a look at this one. great buy great craftsmanship ultra accurate.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ernest Jean on January 3, 2014
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The bow seems very nice. Have not had a chance to shoot it as string broke on it while it was just sitting there! After sending e- mail to Dan Welker telling him of problem, he return my e- mail within the day ( a sunday) asked me for address and said he would send me new string! Very nice to see that. Very nice indeed. Update: never saw that string
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robert Williams on July 18, 2014
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This crossbow is an outstanding value. It gets all the velocity it's rated for and is dead nuts accurate. The scope is perfect and precalibrated. I sighted in at 20 and it's dead accurate at 30 and 40. I haven't shot 50 yards yet but it should be dead on for that based on the scaling and dot positions. This is a well-made piece of equipment. Keep the string and rail waxed and it should last indefinitely

What I consider to be important notes:

1. This is not a bow for wimps. It's not easy to cock even with the rope cocker. especially if you're short. I'm 5.6" and by the time you get the rope cocker drawn into cocking position, I'm almost shoulder high with my hands and that's after shortening the cocking rope as short as I can get it. The 225 pound draw weight is substantial and I doubt many people could cock it at all without the rope cocker (which is very well designed). Even if you could cock it without the rope cocker, the cocker will give you an even draw that you're not likely to get doing it by hand, so I'd say you must use it for best results as well as just for practicality. It does get easier with some practice, though, and the heavy weight is the tradeoff for the performance, which is outstanding.

2. It will not cock if it's in the safe position and no amount of straining and cussing will change that.

3. Use the best crossbow target you can find because something like the normal "block" target that's great for more conventional archery tackle isn't sufficient for this beast. Even getting the most dense, top of the line crossbow target at Dunhams, the 20" bolts bury themselves until about 1/4 of the vanes are inside the target.

4. This bow is surprisingly quiet.
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