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150 Lbs Crossbow Laser + Scope + 8 Arrows Cross Bow

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List Price: $149.99
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  • Brand New Camo Crossbow
  • Comes with Free Scope & Laser
  • Free Pack of Arrows
  • Great Quality

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150 Lbs Crossbow Laser + Scope + 8 Arrows Cross Bow + Pack of 3-3 Blade Broadheads 150 Lb Crossbow + Replacement String + 2 Tips for 150lb Crossbow -Archery
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Product Description

FEATURES: New and Improved Field to use - 200 yards Safety mechanism Auto safety when cocking Speed in Arrows Travel - up to 220 F/S Draw Weight - 150 lbs Weight - 5.1 lbs Length - 29 1/2 " String Length - 27" Limb/Prod - Compression Molded FiberGlass Barrel Aluminum Not a Toy Very Power Full Will Last you a Long Time. Total Package Includes - 4x20 Scope + 8 Aluminum Arrows + Laser + String + Foot claw + Limb + Rifle + Screws + Instructions

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001MT5Q5C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,792 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The Crossbow is a Taiwanese product, but nice.
Sonny Edmonds
Upon further inspection, the release for the string was bent, causing the bow to fire to the right every shot.
Andrew
To put the scope on the open site has to be removed but that's easy.
Robert A Dixon II

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97 of 98 people found the following review helpful By J. Mueller on November 17, 2009
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I ended up buying this product because of the reviews posted here. So I thought I would help the next person choose since I got such a good deal. This product was shipped about as fast as anything could be.
I am very impressed and pleased with this bow. It is lightweight and does everything it should for the price. One thing I was leery of was the review that talked about how hard this bow was to string. Well, I don't know if I am gifted or not at stringing bows, but I soon had the string on with virtually no problem at all. A 10 year-old child could do it the way I did, providing he does more with the muscles on his arms than play pc games. It is just a matter of knowing how to do it. Here is what you do:

After you have it all clamped together, put your left foot in stirrup (or whatever that thing is called) and take a piece of firewood, 5 or 6" high and lay the left side of the bow on this. Put the string on the right side of the bow. With your right hand pull up on the right side of the bow to bend it back. You will take note at this point of the simple leverage that is going on. Place the other end of the string on the left side. And relax. That's all there is to it.

I was also pleased to get a scope and the laser thrown in for this price. I had no trouble at all mounting them. The arrows included are just to get you started. I used a bail of straw and a cardboard target for sighting in at 20 yards. These small 16" cheap arrows are not the best thing to use if you want to see the real accuracy of this thing. 20 yards were the max.
This is a great starter crossbow, but for anyone serious about hunting big game, unless you were 10 yards from the game and knew you could get a clean shot to the lungs or heart, I wouldn't use it.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Yun Chen Chu on April 1, 2010
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I ordered this crossbow on Friday and got it next Thursday (Standard shipping).
The crossbow itself is well made and sturdy. I feels like it would last a long time.

The only major problem is the string. After a few shots, the string on the sides and near the center starts to unravel (looped strings). I only shot it 4 times and I feel like the string is going to snap off a few more shots.

I took out the iron sight and put the scope and laser. It seems that the scope isn't facing the center of view correctly. It is slightly slanted to the right. I even made the bottom mount rail forced to the left to try and get the scope centered, but it was still a bit off target. This would mean the laser mounted on the scope would be off target too. I think the problem is that maybe the mount holes weren't drilled accurately. So it's not the problem with the scope or laser, it is the problem with the holes on the mount rail itself.

And please, make sure you buy a very good string as a replacement. The one provided might break soon.

Honestly, 5 stars on shipping and the crossbow itself.
I give it a 3 star because of the string and inaccuracy of the scope and laser due to the mount area slanted slightly towards the right. I took them off and ended up using the iron sights.

Overall, I'm pleased with the product and it is very powerful! It went through more than 12 cardboard pieces.

Once again, I highly recommend you buy a string replacement (a good quality one) and maybe you might get a crossbow that has an accurately built mount for the scope and laser to be centered.

I recommend you use a really strong glue and rub it over the strings that has the looping to make a last a bit longer. Also use wax or a bar of soap to lube the string.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Lara J. Wilent on August 29, 2009
First pulled it out of the box disassembled, the individual parts feel sturdy. The instructions on the box are a tad iffy but they are easy enough to follow. Its very difficult to put the string onto the bow, for us it took a 250lb guy to hold down the crossbow doing it the way the directions said.

For operation you pull the string up and it puts it on safety and clicks into place. when you notch a bolt a little tab holds it in place do it wont fall off as your firing. The iron sights are set all the way up so they require tuning. Once tuned the bolt hit very consistently. We were hitting about 2" away from the other bolts at 100 ft. The fore-grip is adjustable front to back also.

The major complaint I have is that its a pain in the rear to get the iron sights off in order to attach the scope and laser. After that the scope goes on easy, the laser then attaches to the scope. The laser is a high end rifle laser, its adjustable in wind-age and elevation and has a on-off switch rather than a pressure button. The scope is a bit light weight and feels cheap yet sturdy, it only magnify about 1.5x non adjustable zoom, it is also adjustable in wind-age and elevation and comes with lens caps.

We had to use about 8" of solid cardboard for a target otherwise it goes through and if it hits anything hard it breaks the bolt.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer B. on November 12, 2013
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I got the bow a few months ago and got my first buck with it. it can be very accurate but buy a new scope for it, you will find it was well worth it. The buck I got was a 127lb buck but with only five points but they were irregular which made it look cooler very beautiful buck. I love this bow so much being my first kill. very easy cocking but I prefer a cocking device. I would definitely choose this as a young youth hunter if I were you. I looked for hours at others before turning back to this one but I am glad I did.
HAPPY HUNTING TO ALL!

NOT A BOW TO OVERLOOK!!!!!!
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