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Horton Team Realtree Ultra-Lite 175 Scope Package (APG)

by Horton

List Price: $649.99
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  • Ultra-lightweight crossbow with true 7075 aircraft-grade aluminum riser
  • Fully adjustable forearm and interchangeable butt plate for a precise fit
  • Aluminum barrel with overmolded, repositionable fore-end; ultra-light trigger
  • Sound stoppers dampen noise and vibration; customized pull length (13 to 14 inches)
  • Comes with 4x32 Mult-a-Range scope, 3-arrow quiver, and 3 arrows
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Product Description

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At a mere 6.5 pounds, the Horton Team Realtree Ultra-Lite Express is the lightest high-performance crossbow on the market. The Ultra-Lite Express is built to last, with a true 7075 aircraft-grade aluminum riser and a forged foot stirrup for unbeatable toughness and durability. The bow's high-performance limbs, meanwhile, are crafted with Horton's proprietary three-layer lamination process, which boast an impressive 82-percent-efficient cam design. To ensure a precise fit, the crossbow boasts a fully adjustable forearm and interchangeable butt plate, along with an over-molded rubber grip and cheek piece.

Most importantly, the Ultra-Lite Express generates blazing arrow speeds thanks to such features as a high-performance synthetic string and cables, an MIM Talon ultra-light trigger, and an aluminum barrel with an overmolded, repositionable fore-end. Other details include rubber SIMS NAVCOM sound stoppers that dampen noise and vibration to encourage a smoother, quieter shot; a customized pull length (from 13 to 14 inches); a CNC aluminum sight bridge with a Picatinny scope rail; and an anti-dry fire mechanism with an ambidextrous safety. The Ultra-Lite Express package comes with the crossbow, a 4x32 Mult-a-Range scope, a Hunter Elite three-arrow quiver, and three arrows.

Specifications

  • Draw weight: 175
  • Speed: 330 feet per second
  • Power stroke: 12-3/4 inches
  • Width (axle to axle): 21-3/8 inches
  • Loaded width (axle to axle): 17-3/4 inches
  • Kinetic energy: 103 foot/pounds
  • Arrow length: 20 inches
  • Length: 37-1/8 inches
  • Weight: 6.5 pounds

Product Description

At a mere 6.5 lbs, meet the lightest high performance crossbow on the market - the Team Realtree Ultra-Lite Express . The TRT Ultra-Lite offers custom fit stock and fore-arm for a precision fit all while generating a blazing arrow speed.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 12 x 6 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.6 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: B003XPADYW
  • Item model number: CB517
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #419,875 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Included is a scope, mount, quiver, and crossbow.
William Bateman
Finally, after 10 phone calls and 5 emails, Horton finally responded, they now have the crossbow and I still have nothing.
Gobbler Hunter
This crossbow is among the most lightweight on the market, and I really enjoy using it.
Mike

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amanda C. Pillivant on July 27, 2013
My name is John - and I have some bad news about Horton Archery. Horton archery was bought out by TenPoint - and in direct communications with them I was told over the phone and in writing - via email - that TenPoint bought the Horton name, its assets, machinery, and everything else - except for the liability. Therefore, my Horton Team Real Tree Ultralite 175 scope package, though less than 1 year old, is no longer under warrantee. The scope that came with it failed - the reticle jumps around from shot to shot - as does my brother-in-law's who has the exact same setup. I recently replaced the scope - at my expense - and now it shoots accurately.
But buyer beware, for should your Horton product fail, you're tough out of luck. TenPoint will not service any Horton product. But they may give you a discount on a purchase of a TenPoint product.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 24, 2012
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I have maybe taken 20 shots with this bow to sight it in. The cables in the cable guard are already starting to fray, despite me greasing them etc. One big piece came off today. I'm exchanging this at this point, but if the next one does the same thing, I will have to go with a different bow altogether. This is a brand-new bow, I shouldn't have to replace the string already?!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Wildlife Biologist on September 21, 2011
My review is the same as most of the others on here. The bow itself is awesome. I had a wicked ridge crossbow that split a limb the second day that I had it. So I sent it back and exchanged it for this one. The wicked ridge included a cocking device and I didn't even think to pick one up when I got this one. Bad idea. The bow is useless with out one. The string stopper gets in the way of you getting a grip on the string except with two fingers. So factor in the price of a cocking device when looking at the amount you are willing to spend. Also, the bolts that are provided are not that great. So plan on spending another $50 on arrows if you want to get serious about shooting. Other than that, best quality bow under $1000 IMO.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William Bateman on January 16, 2012
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This Horton TRT 175 is an excellent crossbow, and after minor assembly is ready to shoot. Included is a scope, mount, quiver, and crossbow. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality feel of the bow and was able to make shots at 150 feet with ease. The scope is a must and made shooting the bow a pleasure. Overall, I highly recommend this bow for its accuracy and quality as well as its ease of use and assembly.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Charle E. Sparks on January 9, 2013
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I ordered this bow 11-08-12 and tried to sight it in Thanksgiving week. The sight bridge was mounted improperly and the scope ran out of adjustment without getting to zero. I should have returned it to Amazon, but instead I returned it to Horton for repair. They had it 15 days before checking it in for repair and then sent it back to me still mounted improperly. It has now been sent back again and they tell me to look for a three week turnaround. If it comes back corrected, that will be 90 days ownership without being able to hunt with it. I have asked Horton several times to send me a new stock, but they refuse to do so. I will never buy another Horton product.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Wakey on July 18, 2013
I purchased this bow last year and have had nothing but good experiences. I am not sure if I just got lucky because some of these reviews make this product sound awful! Took a nice buck last year with it from 6 yards in a tripod stand. I have shot it on numerous occasions and have about 150 shots through it with no issues. I recently upgraded from the red dot to a redfield crossbow scope and dialed it in with no issues. Highly recommend this bow!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. huffstetler on December 22, 2012
First-Before buying this bow, please note that you must buy a cocking rope in order to cock this bow (I am 225 Lbs and can not cock it by hand). Overall this bow is fantastic and a great buy for the money. 330 ft/second makes this a very powerful bow for its price, and the comfort, trigger, and site the bow provides are fantastic.
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