Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow Package (Quiver, 3 - 22-Inch Arrows and 4x32mm Scope)
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- Popular Quad 400, redesigned to maintain its reputation as shooter's favorite with new features
- Includes 3 arrow quiver, 3 arrows 22-Inch, 4x32 multi-reticle scope
- 345-Feet Per Second firing velocity, 150-Pound draw weight, 112-Feet Pounds of energy
- 15.5-Inch power stroke, 9-Pound weight, 37-Inch length and 26.75-Inch width, 22-Inch arrows
- This item is not for sale in some specific zip codes. Item does not include a crank cocking device
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This quad limb powerhouse is designed with one outcome in mind, deliver the bolt to the target with devastating accuracy and speed. Redefined, the Quad 400 is everything you expect from its predecessor and a whole lot more. Some key design features have been changed and optimized to create the ultimate hunting tool. New features like the high density gas assist composite stock (a first in the industry), a thumbhole grip, and a 151/2” power stroke are combined with a parallel limb design producing arrow speeds of over 345 feet per second. The high tech composite stock is lighter, more comfortable and contains an integrated cocking device attachment. A contoured cheek piece not only conceals the attachment but also adds to its comfort and appeal.The Quad 400 is available through retailers as a crossbow kit with quick detach quiver and three 22" arrows or as a complete package with crossbow, quick detach quiver, four 22" arrows and choice of either Premium Red Dot Scope or 4x32 Multi Reticle Scope. See your Barnett retailer for details.
This high-powered, quad-limbed crossbow from Barnett is designed to deliver the bolt to the target with as much accuracy and speed as possible. The popular Quad 400 has been totally redesigned with an eye toward maintaining its well deserved reputation as a shooter's favorite, while adding impressive new features.
A high-density gas assist composite stock is the first of its kind in the industry, is lighter and more comfortable than its predecessor, and includes an integrated cocking device attachment. A contoured cheek piece conceals the attachment while also increasing comfort. Additional features include a thumbhole grip, 15.5-inch power stroke, and parallel limb design producing arrows speeds of 345-feet-per-second.
This kit includes the Quad 400 crossbow, quick detach quiver, and three 22-inch arrows.
- Camouflage finish
- GAM composite stock
- Quad limb design
- Four-pound trigger pull
- CNC cam
- Synthetic cable system
- Machined scope mount
- 345-feet-per-second firing velocity
- 150-pound draw weight
- 112-foot-pounds of energy
- 15.5-inch power stroke
- Nine-pound weight
- 37-inch length
- 26.75-inch width
- 22-inch arrows
This Barnett crossbow includes a limited five-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
About Barnett Precision Crossbows
Barnett crossbows are designed by hunters, for hunters. From its inception over 50 years ago, the company has created a range of crossbows based on the changing needs of hunters. Lightweight, adjustable, and powerful, Barnett products have helped crossbow technology evolve.
Top Customer Reviews
First thing I want to say about this bow is that it's NOT a toy! so use it wisely. This crossbow is a real weapon and very powerful.
Once it arrived, I was able to put it together very easily and was up and running in about 20-30min. I've shot it plently of times since and once I zeroed in the scope, I've found it to be a very accurate bow. At 345 fps (I haven't actually measured it for myself and just going off of what Barnett is saying) it's very powerful (I can tell you that from some of the things I've shot at before getting an actual crossbow target). After shooting it a few times, I decided that I should get a real crossbow target that could take this kind of power. Meaning just a regular bow and arrow target wasn't doing the job for me. And having your bolts go through a target will only take up your time chasing bolts down or like one of mine that went through the target, hit a rock and broke it into pieces (which tells me that this crossbow again is extremely powerful for the money).
I'm rating it 4 stars because I would have hoped that Barnett would put a little more thought and time in the trigger system of this bow. But at the end of the day it isn't a deal breaker. At couple of times the string got cocked too high on the trigger and the manual says to use your thumbs and bring the string back down but that just didn't seem right to me (given the pressure the string has on the trigger and how the saftey was just floating when the string isn't cocked properly). Instead of my "thumbs" I ended up using the rope cocking device to pull the string back a little bit more, which cocked the string into the trigger perfectly. The safety engages once you cock this bow right but I've notice the trigger can be very sensitive depending on the placement of the string on the trigger system. So sometimes I pull the trigger a bit harder than others and other times it shoots with just a feather touch. I'm still experimenting with cocking style to see how to be more consistent with this bow's trigger but still believe that Barnett could have put a better system in place all together. Still not a deal breaker though...
I highly suggest that you get some kind of cocking device for this crossbow. Even though I purchased the Barnett rope cocking device at the same time as ordering this bow, I attempted cocking it by hand just to see how difficult it would be. It's perfectly possible to cock this bow by hand (it takes a good amount of effort though) but it doesn't make sense if there's a better way to do it (except speed of reloading I would guess cause the rope take a bit more time to cock). I also noticed that when using the rope cocking device the crossbow was more accurate because it cocks the string back more evenly. I have the crank cocking device on order and will let you know how that goes once it arrives. I watched a youtube video where a guy reviewed the crank system (which fits into the stock of the Quad crossbow) and got much better groupings using the crank device instead of hand cocking it. After seeing the difference between hand cocking and the rope device, I completely believe it to be true.
The bolts that come with it are actually pretty good and I ended up ordering two more sets of the same 22" bolts from Barnett. The quiver that comes with this system is nice but when using the crossbow I take mine off cause it just feels like it's getting in the way even though it really doesn't (just feels too cumbersome to me to have it on). It's nice that you can carry three bolts on the bow itself but I ended up getting a belt strap quiver from my local archery shop that holds much more than that. All I can say about the quiver is that it's really nice that Barnett throws it in the package.
I chose the scope instead of the red dot after reading up on the differences and am happy with my decision. The scope isn't the best but it's not the worst by any means. Once zeroed in it works really good.. just need to learn more about and get used to the multi-reticle thing.. The scope I have on my rifle is much better than the one that comes with the Quad and at this point wondering if I'll get the same for my Quad but will give the multi-rectile scope it came with more time and see.
Lastly, one other reason I'm giving it 4 stars is for the money besides the trigger I mentioned above, this crossbow isn't the most silent nor smooth. It vibrates a lot.. so much so that sometimes when I shoot it, the plastic pieces on the stock (which hide the holes for the crank cocking device you can add on) just fall right off after a shot. It's not that they fall off that I'm concerned about cause I'm getting the crank cocking device soon anyway, which will replace those plastic pieces, but it's the vibration that causes the plastic pieces to just fall off like that (don't worry too much about this though.. I'm not saying anything is broken or really faulty at all.. just that it does vibrate some). Although when I think of the power that this bow has, I'll take the vibration and loudness any day over having a wimpy bow. And even though I've mentioned above that "for the price.. 'this and that'.." I do realize that the Quad and its price is still in the lower end (price wise) for a real hunting crossbow. Again, this is NOT a toy and after all is said and done, I'm very happy with the purchase of the Quad Crossbow. I'll see how it goes when hunting.. but as a first crossbow, I couldn't be happier.
And lastly, this bow is extremely (and that's an understatement) fun to shoot. Just today, I took a trip out to the desert to shoot it... as it was getting late & starting to get dark, I kept telling myself, okay this is the last set of bolts I'm shooting.. and after a bunch more "last" sets of bolts like that, I actually considered spending the night out there just to be able to get up early and continue shooting this thing so I wouldn't have to make the drive out there again tomorrow (if I had some food and coffee for the morning, I completely would have!). I'm definitely not disappointed by purchasing this bow and would highly recommend it to others like me who are getting a crossbow for the first time, want a "real" crossbow that you can use for hunting and don't want to spend well over a $1000 for a TAC15 (which would be soooo sweet.. maybe in the next couple of years. ;-)). If you decide to get the Quad, do yourself a favor and get some type of cocking device (the rope device works real well and I'll let you know once I get the built in to the stock crank device) and get yourself a real crossbow target to shoot at (unless you want o chase or break bolts). Hope this helps some...