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Barnett Ghost 410 CRT Crossbow Package

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  • 410 FPS; 185 LB. Draw Weight; Quiver, 3 Arrows, Rope Cocking Device, Talon Sling and 3x32 Scope
  • 185 LB. Draw Weight
  • 20" Axle to Axle
  • 15.375" Power Stroke
  • Includes Premium Illuminated Scope, Talon Sling, Rope Cocking Device, 3 Arrows and Quiver
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Barnett Ghost 410 CRT Crossbow Package + Barnett Outdoors Carbon Crossbow 22-Inch Arrows with Field Points (5 Pack) + Barnett 3-Pack Lube Wax
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Product Description

Weighing in at just 7.3 pounds and only 20" axle to axle, this bow is no doubt a game changer. It may be lighter and faster than its predecessor, the Ghost 400, but the 410 has maintained some of its most impressive features. Like the 400, the 410 features Barnett's proprietary Carbonlite Riser Technology (CRT), which shifts the balance point away from the riser and back to the shoulder of the shooter. Barnett's unique patent-protected, ultra-light, super-strong Carbonlite riser boasts an incredible 5-to-1 safety factor and provides the perfect balance of weight and speed.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.2 x 18 inches ; 7.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00BD53YDG
  • Item model number: 78220
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,702 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Best bow I've ever owned.
candelario martinez III
The included rope cocking device is relatively easy to use and works well.
This is a fantastic crossbow it is fast and accurate.
John Carter

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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Bob on September 22, 2013
This is an awesome bow and the other reviewers are right on. It looks fantastic and feels good and well balanced. Here are a few notes and tips:

Along with the items mentioned in the product description, the following are also included in the package:
+ 1 Barnett fatigue-cammo crossbow embroidered cap
+ 1 stick of string wax
+ 1 extra trigger spring (the thing that holds the string once cocked)
+ 1 extra thick shoulder pad with shock absorbing (based on preference you can remove the standard pad and replace with this)
+ 3 100 grain field-tips

Items to note when assembling the bow:
+ All bolts thread very easily. Recommend you insert bolts into sockets and get a feel for the resistance before assembly. If parts are not lined up properly (tight tolerances), the bolts will not thread easily and you could cross-thread (e.g. quiver, bow to stock). Take it easy and make sure everything is lined up properly.
+ When attaching bow to stock, the crossed strings go into the slot below the string guide and the bow string (that is used to nock the arrow rides on top of the stock on the guide
+ You might need to tilt the stock to get the strings in place, then align the stock once the stings are lined up. There are 2 small guide tabs in the stock that need to slide into slots in the bow. Line those up and gently push down on the stock while pulling up on the bow to get everything lined up and in place. You need to do this because the bow string pushes the stock out of place and you need to counter the resistance of the string during assembly. Again, the bolt used to mount the bow to the stock screws in rather easily at first then gets a little harder. Make sure it is easy to start or it is not lined up properly.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Monte Ford on August 23, 2013
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Both my hunting partner and I purchased the Ghost 410. As we both qualified for the disabled crossbow archery permits, allowed in most states. We have shot 3 inch groups with the 410, at 80 yards. The scope that came with the 410 is a 3 x, with 4 lighted range dots, red / green or black, and works very well. The Barnett crank cocking device is almost required to load a bolt. I read some bad reviews on the crank and almost did not buy one. We reversed the crank lines, from the way it comes from the factory, by; undo the line stop, take the end loop of the crank line off the stop. Then take end of line with loop, reverse the direction through the small pully, that hook's to bow string loading attachment and reattach to stop and install. Now the line will run on top,from the stop, down through top of small pully, back to crank spool on bottom on both sides.. Both lines are now straight and not crossed and will pull straight.
We read reviews that the string serving seperates after a few shots, and yes it will. To stop this right from the start, put two bow string knocks, one at each end of serving. Keep everything lubed well.
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103 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Robert McGehee on October 3, 2013
I would not buy another of these bows. I may not even buy another Barnett product. I had shoulder surgery and very reluctantly had to convert from compound to cross bow. I did all my research and this seemed like what I needed and bought one online. Initially, everything as promised, shot beautifully, tight groups and wicked fast, (though two chronographs with 100 grain field tips only hit 391 and 393, which is still amazingly fast, and didn't really care that it wasn't 410). Shot it about 30 times between getting it sighted in and practiced and went hunting. Hunted three days, with one shot on a doe successfully and three others with a field tip into target to unload. The upper right limb splintered pretty significantly (wish I could put a photo here-email me and I will send a photo (rem@uams.edu)and was most disappointed, and was obviously afraid to shoot, a safety issue also confirmed by Barnett. So what does Barnett do? They tell me take to a dealer and they will send replacement limbs and it will be two weeks (well 12 days) IF they have them in stock. And here I am in the prime time period of Arkansas bow season, I bought the flagship product from a company that only tells me sorry but we can get you back up and running in two weeks. For a $1200 bow I expected a "Wow that is terrible, we will send you another one tomorrow", but no. I understand that things break and occasionally a poorly manufactured component slips through the cracks, but I never expected such bad service from such a noted company, especially for such a high end product in the absolute prime time to be using it. People get better service follow up from WalMart. As an example, 15 years ago I was given a Dakota rifle from my father. Last year during deer season, the safety lever broke and I called Dakota.Read more ›
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Silent Death on November 2, 2013
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Out of the box , went together fine . Scope was very blury , replaced it with a leupold . After 30 bolts it started falling apart ! All the flatheads on the rail and the two that hold the entire mount on the riser were loose . Took it all apart and loctite entire assembly , after tightening scope mounts on scope two of the screws pulled straight through the ring ! Quick trip to sporting gun store , it now has leupold rings also . Still in test mode, if it stays on zero I will be happy , rookie mistake for a company that has been around the block in my opinion !
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