Barnett Zombie 350 CRT Crossbow, Black
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- Shoots 350 FPS
- 175 lb. Draw Weight
- 116 ft. lbs. of Kinetic Energy
- 12" Power Stroke
- 7.8 lbs. Total Weight
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The Zombie 350 CRT crossbow package comes complete with Quiver, 3 - 20' Arrows, Rope Cocking Device and a 3x32 Illuminated Scope. The Zombie 350 CRT is one of the lightest bows to ever come out of the Barnett factory. The Carbon Riser Technology (CRT) removes enough weight out of the front end to move the center of gravity back to the end of the stock. It shoulders with great comfort and is much easier to carry around to your hunting spot and provides more than enough power for any occasion.
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Accurate, and worth everypenny. Not a toy
I have the bow fishing setup order and right now I have it setup with a mag/tac light & laser pointer. It has a nice weight and great balance...they could have put more effort in the on/off safety sticker, I marked mine since it was gone if the first day( 3rd shot). It is a great crossbow, and I took my limit in turkey already in a week with it.
I couldn't have made a better choice! This bow is powerful! I assembled it in
a couple of minutes! This bow is a heavy hitter! It ripped through a 400fps
target like it was nothing with the tips provided with the arrows. ABOUT THE
ARROWS: Go ahead and add more to your order! If you hit something like I
did ( read a brick wall ) they get trashed quickly! This bow penetrated a brick
stucco wall about 3 inches!!!!!!! Like I said this isn't a toy! This thing will drop
ANYTHING you shoot with it! I can't stress enough how great the quality is!
I started out looking at the top rated bows like the Ghost 410 and Tenpoints. Was also very intrigued by the Barnett Vengeance reverse limb design.
I finally concluded I didn't need to spend that much and started reviewing lower cost bows. Reviews all over the internet were extremely positive on this one and so I pulled the trigger (no pun intended).
I started with no adjustments to the scope and was hitting a 10" circle at 20+ yards, although I had to aim 10" low and right to hit it (remember I'm not making adjustments to the sight yet).
Once I shortened the cocking rope and found the right routine, I found it was very easy and relatively quick to just keep loading and shooting.
I will note that initially, I kept having problems releasing the safety every few shots. I finally concluded I wasn't quite pulling the string far enough beyond the safety; once I realized this and made sure I pulled all the way to the stop every time, this problem disappeared.
I've moved out to about 35 yards so far and still consistently hitting the target, though I have to correct more for the sight at greater distances. I've been working on sighting it in, but with each click adjusting only 1/4"at 100 yards, it's gonna take a lot of clicks to get as much adjustment as I need. While the bow is first rate, the scope is obviously pretty cheap (not even a manufacturer's name on it) and I suspect I'll replace it eventually.
I'm really pleased with this purchase.
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