Barnett Outdoors Brotherhood Crossbow Package, Camo
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- Finger Reminders and Pass-through Fore grip
- High-energy cam system and the crosswire string and cable system
- ADF trigger system
- Climate controlled storage and waxing the string every ten shots is highly recommended. When loading crossbow always make sure odd colored arrow fletching is down.
- Read user’s manual thoroughly and reference safety videos before using
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When Barnett got together with the boys from The Brotherhood to help design a new bow, they knew something awesome was going to come of it. At only 7 pounds, this bow is producing speeds up to 350 fps with 109 ft./lbs. of KE. That's a lot of power for a compact package. The Brotherhood features Barnett's high-energy cam system and the crosswire string and cable system. The Brotherhood comes with Barnett's ADF trigger system giving you a smooth 3.5 lb. trigger pull for that perfect shot. The Brotherhood stands ready for whatever game you will be chasing this season.
Features: • FPS - 350 • Draw Weight - 160 • FPKE - 10 • Power Stroke - 13. • Pounds - 7.0 • Length x Width - 35.75” X 21”
Additional Features: • Magnesium STR Riser • Finger Reminders and Pass-Through Foregrip • CNC Machined 7/8” Picatinny Rail • Lightweight Composite Stock • CROSSWIRE String and Cable System • High Definition Camo Finish • 19” Axle to Axle • 4x32 Multi-Reticle Scope • 3 Arrow Quiver • 3 20” Headhunter Arrows
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How does it shoot? Oh, man. The power ... oh, the power. At 40 yards, I shot through a foam target, though a 3/4" piece of plywood behind it, through the fence picket behind that, and across my neighbor's yard where it embedded in his garden box another 40 yards past the fence. So I went and bought a rubber target and a bale of hay. The hay is perfect; it does a good job dispersing the energy.
Anyhow - don't bother trying to sight in less than 15 yards. You'll just damage your targets and anything else nearby. Seriously powerful. I couldn't be happier. I've used it for one kill this year at 30 yards, and had a big, beautiful blood trail. As good as a gunshot wound.
Where the barrel meets the riser there is a male/female connection that locks the riser into place. The issue is that the locking connectors do not line up perfectly, causing a downward compression on the barrel resulting in a slant down on about the last 3-4 inches on the flight track. I didn't notice this until the bow was cocked and loaded with a bolt. As you can see by the photos I posted, the bolt does not sit flat. I assure you it had nothing to do with the arrow retention spring.
As a positive, I did shoot a round of bolts through it and did get a pretty good grouping. However, I still returned the crossbow due to the obvious engineering oversight and fear that this issue could potentially cause problems in the future.
After these problems were overcome, the bow shot accurately. I wouldn't buy another Barnett cross bow.