The most powerful crossbow on the market, the Barnett Predator shoots at speeds of 375 feet per second with 133 foot pounds of energy, creating an unmatched combination of power, performance, and durability. The Predator is the first patented crossbow of its kind with a shoot-through foot stirrup, which increases the power stroke to an impressive 16 inches and 175-pound draw weight. As a result, the crossbow is terrific for hunting and target shooting. The Predator also offers such features as a rugged, lightweight magnesium riser, a pistol-type grip, a machined trigger pull, a high-velocity cam and cable system, and an adjustable stock and cheek piece, which team up to produce a comfortable, custom shooting experience. And users will love the Anti-Vibration Insulation (AVI) design, which not only cuts down on vibration--a must for powerful crossbows--but also lowers the crossbow's noise footprint.
The Barnett Predator comes with a quick-detach quiver, four 22-inch arrows, and a premium red dot scope.
- Draw weight: 175 pounds
- Energy: 133 foot pounds
- Power stroke: 16 inches
- Speed: 375 feet per second
- String length: 38.5 inches
- Dimensions: 37 inches long, 22.38 inches wide
- Weight: 8 pounds
From the company's inception more than a half century ago, every Barnett crossbow has been built with innovation in mind. Barnett's history of ingenuity began with such inventions as the Commando Self-Cocking Crossbow and the first compound crossbow (the Demon), carried on with the patented quick-detach front end, and continues today with a fully integrated crank cocking device attachment. Barnett's engineers have created its latest range of crossbows based on the changing needs and desires of today's hunters. Located in Tarpon Springs, Florida, Barnett has sold more than one million crossbows to date.
The Predator's pioneering design offers a shoot through foot stirrup increasing the power stroke to an amazing 17" and produces speeds to 375 feet per second. Features Barnett's new AVI limb system (Anti-Vibration Isolator) combined with a high-velocity cam and cable system.