Barnett Ghost 350 CRT Crossbow Package (Quiver, 3 - 20-Inch Arrows and Illuminated 3x32mm Scope)
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- One of the lightest bows Barnett has produced, weighing just over 7.5 pounds thanks to Carbon Riser Technology (CRT)
- Crosswire strings, Whiplash cams, and Anti-Dry Fire metal injection molding trigger provide quiet, precise shots in compact fit
- Made in the USA. Comes complete with 3 arrows, a quiver, and rope cocking device.
- Climate controlled storage and waxing the string every ten shots is highly recommended
- Read user’s manual thoroughly and reference safety videos before using
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Meet the all new Ghost 350 with CRT (Carbon Riser Technology) by Barnett. Another pioneering first, Barnett has the only patent protected, ultralight, super strong Carbon riser available for Crossbows. The CRT Riser boasts an incredible 5 to 1 safety factor. The Ghost 350 also comes complete with CROSSWIRE Strings and Whiplash Cams which provide a smoother, faster, quieter and more precise shot in a compact fit. With the ADF (Anti-Dry Fire) MIM (Metal Injection Molding) trigger system and 350 FPS speed the Ghost CRT is the crossbow to own!
The Ghost 350 CRT is one of the lightest bows Barnett has ever produced, weighing just over 7.5 pounds thanks to Carbon Riser Technology (CRT), which removes front-end weight and places the center of gravity at the end of the stock, while also boasting a five-to-one safety factor. Consequently, the bow shoulders with greater comfort and is easier to carry. Power has certainly not been sacrificed, however, as the bow fires at an impressive 350-feet-per-second. Crosswire strings, Whiplash cams, and Anti-Dry Fire metal injection molding trigger provide smooth, quiet, precise shots in a compact fit. The bow, which is made in the USA, comes complete with three arrows, a quiver, and rope cocking device.
- 175-pound draw weight
- 116-foot-pounds of energy
- 12-inch power stroke
- 350-feet-per-second (FPS) firing velocity
- 20-inch arrow length
- Measures 24 by 37 inches (W x D)
- 7.6-pound weight
This Barnett crossbow includes a limited five-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
About Barnett Precision Crossbows
Barnett is an industry leader in crossbow design and manufacture, and has sold well over one million crossbows to date. The company was established more than 50 years ago, with products designed by hunters, for hunters, and Barnett manufactures a range of crossbows that are lightweight, adjustable, and surprisingly powerful.
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Our state archery regulations changed recently and crossbows are now legal during archery season. I decided to start shopping for a crossbow. After a few days of reading reviews and analyzing features and price, I chose the Barnett Ghost 350. I liked the specs on the Ghost 400 but couldn't justify the extra price for another 50 feet per second.
My Ghost 350 arrived in two days via Amazon Prime and took me about 20 minutes to assemble. The package contained the crossbow, 4 field tips, 4 20-inch Barnett arrows, a rope cocking device, an illuminated scope, scope mounting brackets, all of the necessary wrenches and a tube of wax. It really has everything you need to get started other than broadheads and a bow case.
I mounted the scope and headed outdoors to my hunting property. It took me about 5 shots to get the scope zeroed in. I am not a particularly big guy but the rope cocking device makes it fairly easy to get the bow cocked.
The speed on this crossbow is astonishing. My first shots with the Ghost 350 at my regular archery target were blowing through the backside of my foam target. I had to put another target behind the first to keep from losing my bolts. I used Montec 125 grain broadheads and the supplied 20 inch Barnett bolts. I was able to make accurate shots at 50 yards...something I have never even attempted with my compound bow. I love the safety. When the bow is cocked the safety is set automatically. On top of that, the safety will not disengage unless you have an arrow in place.
The only con I can think of is that there are 2 small decals that don't seem to stick to well to the carbon riser. This has no effect on performance but they should really use better glue for the decals.
One other thing to consider about crossbows is that they are loud. The Ghost 350 is not immune to the noise. It's nowhere near the decibel level emitted by a small .22 rifle but it is a little surprising if you are accustomed to the noise generated by a compound bow.
The best part of my experience is that I received this bow on September 30, 2011 and as of October 15th, 2011 I have harvested a doe at 45 yards and a spike at 30 yards. Both deer ran less than 75 yards. I bowhunted for 8 years with a compound bow and had no success. I really love this crossbow and actually feel confident that when I leave the house to go hunting that I will come home with venison.
The Ghost 350 is an excellent value and if I had it to do all over again I would make the same purchase.
But the most amazing thing is that the Ghost 350 FEELS lighter than my old Ten Point, even though the Ghost is actually a little HEAVIER. It didn't take me long to figure out why: The Ghost 350 is MUCH better balanced, so it takes less perceived effort to hold. The Ten Point is poorly balanced and it takes lots of wrist and elbow power to balance, and that seems to make it feel heavier. I never noticed that with the Ten Point before! I am more accurate out to 50 yards than ever before. I highly recommend this crossbow!
There are two things that could be improved:
1. The Ten Point has a little "foot" attached to the quiver, which allows for the crossbow to sit flat on the ground (if needed). The Ghost quiver doesn't have this, which means the fletched end of the arrows are resting on the dirt when the bow is laid down. Looks like I'll have to rig some sort of leg to take care of that problem, but it would have been nice if Barnett had thought of this.
2. The thumb/finger guard is adequate for finger protection, but seems/feels a little cheap (plastic). It also seems to slightly rattle a little if you touch it quickly, which might spook game. I'll probably try to apply some mole skin to solve that problem, or perhaps remove them completely (and thus making the bow less safe for fingers) since these pieces of plastic are held on with only a allen screws. Barnett could have thought up something to keep these guards from rattling. It almost seems as if somebody in Barnett's safety department demanded some last-minute finger safety system, so the engineers (probably hindered by budget constraints) came up with something that looks more like an afterthought that a real safety system.
But those two issues are really minor. I am truly happy with this bow, and have no regrets! It's quiet, shoots smoothly, easy to carry, and it cocks easy enough by hand if you need a quick follow up shot (without engaging the cocking mech). Also, the scope is about the best I've seen on a stock crossbow. Highly recommended!
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