Parker® Hornet Extreme Crossbow with Illuminated Reticle Scope and Quiver

Item # WX2-213207

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Details & Specs

Parker® Hornet Extreme Crossbow stings prey with 315 f.p.s. velocity!

The right stuff for exceptional maneuverability and hard-hitting performance! The Hornet Extreme is ultra-compact with an axle-to-axle width of only 21 1/ 2 ", and weighs just 7 1/ 2 lbs., but its 165-lb. limbs generate a sizzling 315 f.p.s. arrow speed... more than enough sting to take down the largest game. It's made in America, like all Parker® crossbows, with all the quality and attention to detail you'd expect from Parker, and includes an illuminated reticle scope and quiver. Bull's eye!

Details:
  • Max arrow speed: 315 f.p.s.
  • 165 lb. draw weight
  • Power stroke: 11 1/ 2 "
  • Measures 32" long, 21 1 / 2 " wide axle-to-axle
  • Machined aluminum riser and polymer barrel
  • Thumbhole pistol grip design
  • Vented forearm with safety finger flange
  • Red Hot synthetic string and cable
  • G2 zero-travel trigger
  • Auto-engage ambidextrous safety
  • Anti dry-fire device
  • Next Vista camo finish for concealment
  • Weighs just 7 1/ 2 lbs. with optics installed. Includes illuminated reticle scope and 4-arrow quiver.

Illuminated Reticle Scope and Quiver

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