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Cobra System Self Cocking Tactical Crossbow Pistol 80-lb.

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  • Launches bolts more than 100 yard
  • Fiber-graphite limbs, die-cast alloy and solid brass
  • Sighting, windage and elevation wheels click tune for accuracy
  • Measures approximately 18" x 6", with three 6" aluminum arrows
  • Automatic safety
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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 3 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. 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.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B0047WOMI8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (346 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,416 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The bow string is very strong.
Simon Pang
You get a powerful crossbow that is easy to use, easy to put together (for some people), and you won't kill yourself loading it due to the genius cocking arm design.
It is a very well made crossbow.

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278 of 289 people found the following review helpful By Big Steve on November 3, 2011
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At First Glance
When I first opened the package from UPS I have to admit I was a little scared I had bought a toy or perhaps they had sent me the wrong item. I'm happy to say that it's just a reminder of the old saying "Don't judge a book by its cover".

Assembling this thing was extremely easy. I'm not sure how anyone could not figure it out really. The only part that was a little tough was placing the string on the bow. I'm sure there's some technical name for it. For that I placed the pistol grip on my stairs. I pushed down on either side and my wife strung the bow as I held it. And the only reason why it was a little tough was because she was trying to string it backwards and I had to tell her repeatedly how to do it.

TAKE EXTRA CAUTION... When you place an arrow on this thing if you press the safety release to hard forward you can fire this thing. I'm sure it's some kind of design flaw but you could end up shooting someone if you're not paying attention. I know because I dried fired it by mistake. So when you go to release the safety always have it pointing in a safe direction. I fired this thing about six times at a piece of 1/4" plywood I had. About five of the six times I fired it the arrow went halfway through the piece of plywood. I was impressed how much power it has. I was standing about 20' back. Just to give you an idea.

Overall you really get your money's worth. Even if you end up buying a new string for it just remember you only paid 25 bucks for the darn thing. I took some pictures and I will post them as soon as I get back home. I hope this review helped you out a bit. If you have any questions just place a comment.
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200 of 217 people found the following review helpful By aidan on September 27, 2011
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I gave this item 4 stars only because the directions are lacking and the sights are a little on the cheap side. Other than that, awesome item. One thing to keep in mind about a crossbow is they require a lot of maintenance. This is in no way a toy either. When assembling the crossbow, point the crossbow straight up, place rubber pad, place the bow, then place the other rubber pad, then the metal plate, then tighten the set screw down. I was able to string the bow myself using my knee and the floor... not gonna try and explain how haha but it's possible to string the crossbow yourself..
You will need to use bowstring wax often (like all archery bows). The string that comes with it comes dry and WILL fray and fail shortly if not properly maintained. I notice the that where the string catches the trigger mechanism is prone to wear from firing, but i remedy this with about an inch worth of masking tape wrapped around the center of the bowstring (and replace as often as it gets worn). i also put heat shrink around the brass "hook" parts that pull the string during cocking, basically little things to prolong the life of the strings. So far, i'm able to get countless firings from a single string.
-Bow and frame-
Use rail lube often on your crossbow. It decreases friction that can effect your crossbows performance as well as wear and tear on the string. Monitor the front set screw.. As a crossbow generates a lot of vibration when fired. I usually give the bow iself a jiggle after a few shots and retighten as often as needed (Don't overtighten!). I keep the included allen key, bowstring wax, rail lube, and a little masking tape, and a small screwdriver together with the arrow bolts.
Sights could be better.
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138 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Jason Haynes on July 21, 2012
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I'm a hotheaded fresh 18 year old who is finally acting on all of the years of yearning to own a lethal weapon, and I'm definitely not regretting my purchase whatsoever.

I recently purchased a very cheap(but still more expensive than this tank) pistol crossbow that was a generic brand and was made of plastic. After it cutting into my hand with every draw, and then literally every piece except for the prod falling or breaking off, I was discouraged, until I found this nice little piece of controlled danger.

With a little sighting in, this pistol crossbow can easily group within 6" shooting from 20 yards for me, who has never picked up a stringed weapon in his life, and who hasn't shot a rifle in years. There's a reason that the crossbow began to replace the traditional bow all those centuries ago; anyone can pick it up and use it efficiently within a couple of hours of practice.

Aside from being fun, it provides me with a little sense of safety when I stay home alone as I often do. I have heard of recent break ins in my neighborhood, and this is about as close to a firearm as you're going to get. Now when someone decides they want to steal my things, the only thing they're leaving with is an aluminum bolt 3 inches into their thigh. I don't doubt for a moment that this could kill someone in one well-placed shot, which brings me to my next piece of review...
Seriously, don't do it. No matter how good or mature your 14 year old seems, this is not a toy. If fired wrong, at the wrong objects, around the wrong people, this thing can and will inflict serious damage.
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