150 - lb. Recurve Camo Crossbow

Item # WX2-228854

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Expected availability: 8/26/2014

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150 - lb. Recurve Camo Crossbow Fast shooting fun! BIG BUCKS OFF !

Powerful, stealthy, accurate... these Camo Crossbows really bring it, on the hunt or at the range. The zing comes from the classic recurve style, with a sturdy steel frame. The 150-lb. draw weight fires bolts at up to 210 F.P.S. (depending on the bolt weight).

Here's a hotshot:
  • Rifle-style stock, recurve limbs with steel frame
  • High-grade aluminum stock
  • Aluminum barrel
  • Easy-to-draw system with foot stirrup and safety
  • Adjustable front and rear sights
  • Includes 2 bolts.
  • Measure 27" w. tip to tip and 30"l. Weights 5 lbs. 4 ozs.

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