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Constructed of impact-resistant ABS and fiberglass80-lb draw weightShoots 160 fps up to 40 ydsAdjustable sights already installed for precisionIncludes three fiberglass bolts, bowstring, targetJust over 1 lb
This mini crossbow unit by Avalanche packs a whopping 80 pounds of pure power!! The unit is constructed of impact-resistant ABS with a fiberglass bow. Great for serious competition shooting and target practice. Unit includes 3 fiberglass bolts with field tips, bowstring and a target; laser sight sold separately. Shoots an amazing 160 Feet Per Second and weighs only 1.05 lbs.
80-lb draw weight
3 bolts w/ field tips
Bowstring & target
160 FPS velocity
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This item arrived today. I must say a very nice product. All assembled and I test fired it twice. First time no wax, it was okay. Second test fire I waxed the rails and the string. It stuck very nicely in a tree, about 1 inch deep. As always never load the bolt without the safety on and remember do not ever point a weapon at a person unless your defending yourself. I think it would deter an assailant after the first bolt hit them almost anywhere. I purchased this for the day the SHTF and who knows, mini ice age that is arriving as I speak. Anyone coming through my door will be met with a bolt in the chest and perhaps I will hunt squirrels and rabbits and maybe a coy-dog or two. I live in the country so we have those wild animals everywhere. Good buy for what it is. Not a Toy as with anything requires some intelligence to operate it is what it is. Oh, the front foot loop can be removed as most people have enough strength to cock the string, it is no big deal..
Love this thing I live in a city and have vermin problems. All outside, squirrels and rats that like to destroy my garden. I'm taking them out from a secon floor window. Gotta know how to use it.
First i need to say im a regular guy, this was bought for me as a gift and honestly it has performed very well for me. i took the crappy sights off, but thats ok still shoots good for the range it has, pretty darn accurate if u just practice. its not perfect, the bendable arm thing wobbles a little bit but the arrows seem to stay fairly true so idk. its to be expected this is more toy than serious tool. i wouldn't try to survive on it but I dont think i would regret buying one either.
I have to say, this is definitely my worst purchase from Trueswords and I would definitely recommend you avoid this bow. It's every bit as powerful as advertised, however the safety is made of plastic and is very prone to clicking off by itself and then firing. Out of 25 shots, 3 of them clicked off the safety by itself, and then 2 seconds later fired. At first I thought that maybe I wasn't cocking the string all the way, but after pulling it back all the way each time, it still continued to fire itself. This crossbow is dangerous and if you're going to buy a pistol grip crossbow, get one made completely out of metal components and save yourself from frustration and possible injury.
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First, just take all your nuts off and lock tight them, Problems solved. Second, a little dab of silicon under you sight mount holds it steady and in place DONT over tighten'!!! Third, When you load it make sure the safety is on! This is a VERY GOOD idea for ANY type fire arm! And, when you remove safety DON'T push bolt back any further on rail! This is were your miss fires come from. The string will travel between the bolt and the rail! Fourth, WAX THE STRING AND RAIL!!! first and every 10 or so bolts. This Is A MUST! Over all, Excellent! Great for teachin' the youngin's or the new Wife....
This thing is total crap and anyone who gives it a good rating is just mad at themselves and wants you to waste your money also. As posted by others the string will not hit the bolt when fired unless you get lucky . the dangerous part is that after loading the bolt it will sometimes simply fire without pulling the trigger . The screw that holds down the back of the sight was stripped out . So the sight moves from side to side if touched . I did manage to get it to fire a couple of times properly . the 80Lbs is probably greatly exaggerated . I have a cheap old thing I think came from walmart that has a stronger pull . too bad it finally cracked where the sights are mounted . I would send this back but then I would still have money invested in it and time so I will just toss it . Not likely to be ordering any more items from Budk .
It is a fun bow to have. I wouldnt use this bow for hunting but it sure is fun just to mess around with. Its kinda cheap, it has an extreme hair trigger on it. But i wasnt expecting much from a crossbow thats $30. I recommend it to have fun with, but not to hunt
This cross bow was probably the worst piece of artillery I have ever used. My son is 12 and wanted one badly so I figured I get him a little cheap one that isn't very powerful. It was unable to puncture a hole through a box from 10 feet away. After 10 minutes of use it snapped and formed a large crack going across the gun. It was useless so I sent a request for a refund or a new one being that the one they had sent me was obviously in bad condition or had an issue with the hardware. When the next one arrived it was missing screws and fell apart when I picked it up.
Well you get what you pay for, i got this crossbow last christmas and it still preforms well. If you decide to get one be sure to buy AT LEAST a couple dozen spare arrows(bolts) for they do break and the fletching comes unglued very easy.
well I guess I expected more, but for $30.00 you get what you pay for. It is very inaccurate and will only go through one side of a 12" x 12" card board box, and then one arrow broke and 2 bounced off and ???? who knows where they are. I put it away for now, I'll mess with it later and see if I can make it work a little better.