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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Great crossbow for occasional use. A little difficult to string the bow though by yourself though. You may want to try the paracord technique anchoring the the two ends of the bow then using your feet to bend the bow to get the string on.
After the first day of continuous use I noticed the string was almost to the breaking point where the main contact point is with the trigger mechanism.
Other than that it is very fun. This thing can be dangerous. Where some eye protection just in case of ricochets. I have modded mine with a rail from a Daisy BB rifle need to modify the rail so I can swap with red dot sights, scopes, etc. I''ve included a sling to carry on back and an arrow holder from a plastic wrench set to carry up to 6 arrows.
I would recommend to purchase an extra 80 lb. Pleasantly surprised by this little crossbow. It's easy to assemble, easy to cock, and fairly powerful. You're not going to take down a moose with this thing, but you can have a lot of fun target shooting. The bolts are absolute crap. In fact, the slots along the bottom of the frame made it a simple matter to zip-tie a fishing reel to the bottom, turning this compact x-bow into a line thrower, which is actually what I bought it for.
Let me start by saying this is not a toy. As a young adult I killed whitetail deer with a recurve bow rated at 65 lbs, this crossbow has a rating of 80 lbs. It can kill people as well as deer, with the proper tips on its bolts. Even practice tips can kill or cause serious injuries. I love this small crossbow.
I purchased the premium bow rather than the less expensive plastic version because I wanted something that would be durable and last. For a beginner, the plastic version would probably be adequate, at least to get you familiar with a crossbow and learn to use it safely. This bow assembled easily.
Though the instructions recommend you have assistance, one person can assemble and string it. I purchased some plastic practice arrows with it and took it to the backyard shortly after it arrived.
I shot at a standard archery target backed by a 4x8 sheet of three quarter in plywood. It only took a couple of shots to familiarize myself with the sights.
The bow performed flawlessly. Remember to keep the string and rail lubricated. If you purchase this, or any bow, also purchase lubricants. Without proper lubrication you will begin to experience uneven drag which will affect your aim and the bolt's trajectory.
I have purchased a number of MTech products. None of them have disappointed me. I actually received the Cobra pistol 80 lbs. I do not know if this is true or not. Any how, I am not disappointed at all. We had purchased one of the Cobras a few weeks before. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Please try again later. I love it so far. My wife shoots better than me! Its a great crossbow fun for shooting and for the price its awesome. I killed a deer at 70 yards very accurate i reccomend it for new begginers. One person found this helpful. I purchased this crossbow without much expectations for it to be worth while. I have been pleasantly surprised!!! This thing is solid aluminum, the buttock and the rail and trigger assembly is solid metal. No too heavy tho which is nice and this bad boy will keep a 1.
I do plan on using it for deer hunting here in nc and keeping my shots well within 30 yards because 1, while yes it is powerful it is on the very low side for hunting game such as deer and 2, it's not the fastest crossbow out there.
Sound moves at fps. This thing is barely doing so the animal is going to hear the "twang" before the bolt hits so inside of 30 yards you have meat in the freezer. And another thing, throw the red dot that comes with it straight in the garbage ASAP!!!!!
Pulling by hand works but it lowers accuracy signifigantly and plan on getting some 20 inch carbon bolts cut the aluminum ones with this Xbow won't last. And lastly make sure u get bow wax for the string and rail or it will eat through strings. Other than that so far so good.
For the price it is an excellent starter crossbow. But the red dot scope that is included is nothing more than what you would find on a kids toy mine started falling apart within the first 10 shots the retaining ring that holds the lenses in fell out allowing the lenses to fall out.
I replaced the red dot with the scope off of my. See all 8 reviews. Customers also shopped for. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Its second generation Vibration Reduction technology  claims to provide compensation equivalent to an increase in shutter speed of four stops.
The lens has sixteen lens elements in twelve groups, with two ED glass elements to reduce chromatic aberration , and three aspherical elements to reduce image distortion. This lens also works with teleconverters. It adds a zoom lock to prevent zoom creep. Reviewers have praised the lens for its Overall, it has garnered generally positive reviews, citing the lens' flexibility and ability to "allow the photographer to travel light and never miss a shot while changing lenses".
The lens has problems with auto-focus of near subjects and in wide-angle position of infinity subjects on some older Nikon digital camera bodies.
The lens has sixteen lens elements in twelve groups, with two ED glass elements to reduce chromatic aberration , and three aspherical elements to reduce image distortion.
And another thing, throw the red dot that comes with it straight in the garbage ASAP!!!!!