Wirezoll Axiom SMF Crossbow Kit
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- Power Stroke: 14.5 in.,
- Mass Weight: 5.8 lbs.,
- Overall Length: 37.5 in.,
- Arrow Length: 20 in.,
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This superbly crafted crossbow is capable of producing arrow speeds in excess of 305 feet per second and like all Excalibur crossbows, its accuracy is amazing and its reliability is bulletproof. Generating plenty of horsepower, the Axiom SMF has what it takes to efficiently handle any of North America's largest game. Its 175 pound draw weight and 14.5" power stroke make it comfortable to cock and the Axiom's light 6 pound mass weight make it a joy to carry on a long day afield. The Axiom SMF is sold only as a kit including a matching multiplex crossbow scope with mounting hardware, our rope cocking aid, our 4 arrow quiver plus 4 Firebolt arrows complete with field points. The Axiom SMF kit is designed as a budget priced option to help new and seasoned crossbow hunters enjoy Excalibur quality at a low cost, but make no mistake, this is one serious hunting combination! Quality of manufacture, reliability, and accuracy of this economical kit is comparable with our most expensive options.
- Product Dimensions : 38 x 6 x 10 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : 6845
- Department : ""
- Date First Available : February 28, 2011
- Manufacturer : Wirezoll
- ASIN : B004PYML90
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- #367 in Archery Crossbows
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I was concerned about the width of the bow which has been a non-issue. It is a pleasure to stalk around with. I was concerned that after changing to the Flemish string it only shot 305 fps. The Axiom dropped a 300lb bore at 10' with a neck shot in place. The Bolt with a 150gr boltcutter attached, knocked the hog over! It is plenty fast and plenty deadly. When you do not hit bone expect the bolt to go right thru the animal. I ended up putting luminocks on the bolts so I could stop buying new ones to replace the ones that would disappear into the thick, dark brush after shooting game. I was also concerned about the draw weight which is a non-issue with the string cocker. It could be a 300lb draw and I don't think it would be a problem.
I spent more than I wanted too on this crossbow and was considering ones that were faster and heavier for less. The quality product reviews, the hunting videos on Excalibur's web site, the ability to be self sufficient in the field if a string breaks, combined with how light it is changed my mind. If you have a chance, go to Cabela's or Gander Mountain and pick one up to compare with the less expensive and more expensive ones. It sealed the deal for me. It feels like a much more expensive crossbow and the craftsmanship is evident. It was worth the extra money and I have a freezer full of meat to prove it. This crossbow will probably outlast me.
So this season I decided to try a crossbow. I figured I could shoot deer with minimal movement and improve my chances. This seemed like a good entry point.
I matched the included bolts with Muzzy 100 broadheads and I can shoot 7" groups out to 40 yards (I did not even try 50 -- I bet it would still group very well.)
In the field, during this year's archery season. I've already "harvested" three whitetail deer. That's enough to eat for a while and I'll switch to my compound since I really enjoy it.
1. Yes, it really does make it a lot easier to harvest deer. Three deer walked within 30 yards of my stand, and all three had no idea I was there even as I raised the bow and shot. The amount of movement necessary to aim the crossbow is nothing compared to "stand-up and draw" of a compound, and if done slowly (and if your scent control is good) you'll just completely ghost your game.
2. It's accurate. I mentioned my groups in my backyard, it is equally accurate in the field. Each shot was right where I wanted it.
3. It's powerful. All three of my bolts were clean pass-throughs. One bolt went through the deer and still had enough power to fully embed the broadhead 1" into a log behind the deer. I could not get it out and I had to unscrew the shaft to retrieve it. I've only tried it on whitetail, but I bet it would do a number on elk or black bear.
4. It's quiet. Two of the three were in a group. I took one of them, then took the other one when it returned three minutes later (it was not spooked enough to be gone for good).
5. It's deadly. One of my deer went down on the spot. The other two went no farther than 100 yards and were easy to track.
6. It's easy to set-up and sight-in. Took me no more than an hour.
7. it's easy to cock. The included strap with the cams makes it a breeze, even on a treestand. And.... bonus....
8. It's easy to uncock. Yeah, you don't have to shoot a bolt to unload it. You just use the same strap and unload it at the end of the day.
9. The scope is remarkably good for an "included" scope. It's quite bright. 30 minutes before sunrise I can look through it and see well enough that I could shoot (make out details of my target, and what's behind it, with ease).
I really can't think of any. I also can't think of anything else I might want in a crossbow.
The included scope is a cheap one, but will do for a while. Was able to sight it in within about 15 minutes. The ranging reticle was accurate out to 40 yards for the bow. I didn't try it past 40, due to the range limitations of my yard. It does have ranging marks for out to 50 yards. No "clicks" on the turrets, but you can just use a reference point on the turrets and count adjustment marks. This bow is not quiet, but no louder than most recurve limb crossbows with no sound dampening system included.
The string is Dacron, but appears to be well built and serving is tight and consistent. The trigger pull is nice. Crisp, with just a little creep before breaking. The included bolts are decent -- I was expecting aluminum but got carbon. One bolt flies consistently a little higher than the others, but only about 1.5". Be advised if you go to buy bolts at the same time or before you purchase the bow, Excalibur uses and recommends flat "nocks" -- not "moon" or "half-moon".
The included cocking rope I got was too short, by at least a foot. Not sure if Excalibur has different ropes for different model bows, but this one was obviously not right. Luckily, I had a longer cocking aid that I bought for another bow, and was able to get going right away. Hand cocking this puppy without a rope aid would not be very easy...
Very easy assembly, accurate, simple and efficient operation. One "star" deduction for cheap scope and rope cocking aid being too short. Overall very pleased!