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80 Lbs Self-cocking Crossbow Pistol Cross Bow 15 Arrows

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Product Description

This 80 lb draw weight crossbow uses an easy and safe-to-use cocking mechanism. Manufactured with a strong plastic body and compressed molded fiberglass bow, this crossbow pistol is very durable and perfect for both small game hunting and target practice. Each crossbow includes 15 aluminum arrows with metal tips and adjustable tactical sight. With a firing speed of 165 fps, the 80 lb cross bow is great for hunting small game. The new self-cocking mechanism much more safe and far less strenuous to use. By simply pulling down on a pivoting arm lever, this crossbow's cable is cocked much more easily, even engaging the safety automatically. The speediness of the new cocking mechanism shortens reload time, allowing you to get off more shots quickly. Like all hunting weapons and gear, proper maintenance is essential in prolonging the life of your crossbow. With each use, elements of the crossbow can begin to wear. We also recommend applying rail lube often to your crossbow's rail slide and wax to your string to decrease the friction that can hurt your string. It's also recommended to check the tightness of your crossbow's screws often as vibration can loosen them overtime.

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001E11HH4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (260 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,101 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Fun little crossbow.
Devan
This crossbow is powerful, well constructed, and very fun.
Economist
All of the other screws and blots were loose.
Ronald L. Surber

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363 of 374 people found the following review helpful By Hank G. on January 14, 2010
I have the plastic (Zytel nylon/resin) version of this 80 lb crossbow pistol. Here are a few tips that may interest new buyers of this gun:
1. The wrappings that reinforce the bow string ends and middle will begin to fray and/or separate as you shoot a lot of bolts. The pressure from the cocking rods, pulling back on the middle of the string, causes the wrappings to separate. You can push this spiral wrapping back together with your fingers by pushing from either end of the wrappings and then secure the wrapping by dripping some Superglue along its length. You don't need a lot, but apply it evenly. You can do the same to the wrappings at both ends of the bowstring -- apply a couple drops of Superglue to keep it from fraying/unraveling.
2. The aluminum bolts are junk. The black plastic fin section WILL break off. Don't order more of these. Order the plastic bolts that are available from Amazon and many other sites. They will last much longer.
3. There is a main screw that holds the prod (bow) on the gun. This screw will loosen on its own due to the vibration of shooting. It will loosen to the point that the holding plate and plastic vibration dampening chip will fall out. To avoid this, remove the main screw (the one that you have to tighten with an allen wrench) and apply a couple of drops of BLUE Locktite (not RED!). Read the bottle regarding application directions/drying time.Then reinsert and tighten this screw -- do not overtighten; just firm. This will solve this problem.
4. Gently check and tighten all screws on the gun periodically.
5. Out of the box, the sights are not really set and will shoot bolts quite high over your bullseye at close ranges (50' or less). To bring the bolts down closer to the bullseye, screw the top wheel/screw down quite a bit.
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114 of 122 people found the following review helpful By C. Ramirez on January 6, 2009
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You're not going to get laser accuracy from a $50 crossbow - you're going to get a super-fun, easy to load, easy to use plinker.
This crossbow, at an 80-lb pull, launches bolts at a devastating clip. I haven't recovered a single bolt in usable condition. From 50 feet, the aluminum bolt sinks itself 1/2 inch into 2x8 header lumber. That is a horrifying force to reckon with - from what looks like a toy.
The site is somewhat accurate for a device of this quality, we can get 5" groupings at 50 feet, which is much better than I would expect.
We haven't hunted with it, but I imagine that pesky squirrels, raccoons and crows have something to fear when the Cobra comes out from the garage.
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112 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Danger on September 12, 2009
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I'll start off by saying I'm very satisfied with the product. The crossbow itself is well constructed and sturdy and the bolts that came with it have a good weight and feel to them.

Pros:
- Nice design, sturdy and well made
- Shoots beautifully and with a lot of force
- Excellent safety mechanism
- Feels good firing
- Easy to assemble

Just looking at this crossbow you know you've got a quality product. I'm definitely looking forward to slaying some rabbits and squirrels with this thing. It came with a package of extra bolts that have wicked sharp tips.

Cons:
- Stringing the prod is difficult if you're not very strong
- Cocking is also somewhat awkward if you're not very strong

I'm a weak little skinny person so I can't complain too much about that.

All in all, I couldn't be happier with this product. It's everything it was advertised to be and I would definitely recommend it to anyone*.

*except serial killers and children
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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Happy on August 23, 2012
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My background: Expert pistol shooter; U.S Army trained.
fresh out of the box me and my friend(Retired Marine Recon Sniper) were able to put roughly 50 bolts into a 6inch grouping at 25feet, shooting one handed. I believe had the bolts been of better quality we could have made that grouping smaller. I've only had this weapon for about 8 hours and have already fired about 200 bolts from it with zero malfunctions.
The sights aren't great, but considering what we were able to accomplish I would say it would be easy to be able to make a kill shot on rabbit within 25feet, perhaps greater distances but will have to field test it before I make any greater claims.
I had to quit using my walmart special bow target because the bolts were getting wedged too deep into it to retrieve without destroying the bolts. We placed a target on 3" heavy duty foam and hung it on the fence. That kept the bolts from getting destroyed as often, but now i have to replace a couple 1/2" fence planks becuase the bolts tips still penetrated the wood exposing, on average, 1/4" of the tip.

couple of tips
1. the bolts are cheap,so buy plenty of becuase the flights will break becuase of the hard impact. definitely dont buy plastic bolts for this product.
2. bow wax is cheap and it increases the string life.
3. buy quality strings, I havent had to replace this string, but fact of the matter is I will eventually have to and good strings are only 4$
4. read about some people having issues with it misfiring so to prevent my fingers from being ripped off I load it with the drawn lever pressed firmly against my stomach. if it does misfire the cocking mechanism SHOULD be slowed by my body giving me a bit more time to get my fingers out of the way.
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