NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD)
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Crossbow with Red Dot Sight - Compact light weight design- fun for all ages - Strong steel cable bow with brass pulleys - Unique rear cocking system - 90 lb draw weight - Front and rear sights, plus a 3/8" dovetail rail - Includes 10 long arrows, 10 short arrows, and arrow retrieving kit with string spool and 4 retrieving arrows
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For those who bemoan the lack of assembly instructions, all I can say is: REALLY?? You look at it for four seconds and it becomes obvious how to assemble it. One Allen bolt, couldn't be simpler. As for draw weight, it has about the same as my fiberglass-limb 80lb pistol xbow. For a gadget like this, that's fine by me; if I want real power, I'll use my 150lb regular size hunting crossbow.
I've taken about 30 shots with it and not had a problem. It's slightly more accurate than the pistol xbow.
I'm not using the stock as a cocking device. I can see where that will weaken quickly and break, so before I start using it that way I will create a reinforcement that will hold up over time.
This would make a great gift for a youngster who watches The Walking Dead and wants to pretend he's Daryl Dixon in the back yard, outside of that it's a great way to waste $40.
Is it going to save your bacon in the ZomPoc? Nope. Will it bring down very small game? Sure. Is it useful in teaching a youngster how to handle a crosbow? Yes very. In fact I think that is the best use for it. If you're into crossbows and have a youngster that wants to be like daddy this thing would be just about perfect for getting him started.
I'm thinking it might be something that women could get some use out of but...it's not exactly something that is going to hold an adult's interest very long.
I just did not trust the poorly built compound limb that came with this crossbow. So I purchased a fiberglass pistol crossbow limb to replace it with. And let me tell you NOW I have a nice little crossbow for messing around in the backyard with.
The results of doing this mod were nothing but positive. I got a stronger quieter bow. The draw with this fiberglass limb is about ½ to ¾ of an inch longer than it would be on a pistol crossbow. I have fired it at least 50 times with this configuration and it shoots great. The limb was less than ten bucks and the string was less than five. So all together I have less than $55 into this thing and I couldn't be happier with it.
There is a slot in the frame that looks like it was just made for a fiberglass limb. The bolt sticks out a little further than before and I left the brass spacer off. I also used a dime between the bolt and the fiberglass limb to keep the bolt from chewing into the fiberglass.
While you're never going to drop a deer with it, I have complete faith in it for small critters and varmints within 15 to maybe 20 yards. Yeah I'm very happy with it now.
Bottom line, this company sells crap. CRAP...CRAP...CRAP!! I hope they go out of business. I am also going to look into a class action lawsuit for the marketing of obviously substandard and dangerous products!
I was able to figure out how to all the pieces together by looking at the picture formula on the back of the box, but I suggest you/the manufacturer or sender/seller, make an mini little book with step by step insturctions on how to put everything together, that way, no confusion will ever be made.
I recently ordered a 90 pound draw weight crossbow from Amazon.com, and unfortunately, it came with more sophisticated parts and less instructions on how to properly put it together, therefore leaving me clueless and looking for other options on how to put it together, and all I ended up taking a piece apart which I assume shouldn't have been taken apart from the front arch of the bow where the metal/steel nylon was attached and it ended up breaking in two for show of great strength which this bow was holding.
Please make better instructions.
Red dot sight wasn't really well built but it was cheap so you cant really complain...