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150-lb. draw weight of bowUses 16" aluminum arrows210 FPS speed of arrowRail for adding scope or sight
An awesome entry-level crossbow, this Avalanche recurve crossbow features a black synthetic stock and fiberglass limbs that offer pure performance. The 11" power stroke with a 150-lb. draw weight delivers arrow speeds of up to 210 FPS with a 16" aluminum arrow. Hit your target with precision accuracy using the built-in adjustable sights. It even offers a mounting rail for adding a scope or red-dot sight. 5.61 lbs (Scope not included)
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Received in great condition. The bolts leave a little to be desired but the crossbow itself has surpassed my expectations. I figured for 50 bucks it might only be good for target shooting but I've actually taken it hunting and ended up doing better than a few buddies who have the more expensive brands.
Wanted to try archery with a crossbow without breaking the bank...archery hunted with a compound for years. Item seems solid enough and easy to assemble. Tip for stringing: I used a ratcheting tie down strap to pull the limbs just wrap it through itself and around the butt stock. Took about ten minutes to assemble...
I got two of these one for me and one for my dad for the price I did not know what to expect but it is a awesome bow i use 20" bolts and really good broadheads Don't Think Twice this is an awesome crossbow for the price placed my order on September 7th got my bow's September 9th wow and that was standard shipping
I bought this crossbow for my son and when putting it together I noticed it was missing the foot bracket. It appears the box it came in may have been opened before as it had slight tears in the cardboard, but it was sealed with plastic after that. I strung it on my own with lots of effort. But the missing foot bracket makes it impossible to cock. I need the cocking mechanism, but I sure would lille the foot bracket also. I have to fire it before I recommend to a friend. More stars if it came with foot bracket.
Bought this bow within a week after shooting about 10 arrows the sight bracket broke into and spring that holds arrrows down fell out . Can not find any replacement parts for this bow. So all I have is a $100 rifle stock. Pure JUNK
I got this cross bow not too long ago not really knowing if it was worth the money or not, when it came in the mail it came apart with two i believe 16 inch bolts and after puting it together with my friend (strings a little hard to put on) shot it bending the one bolt in half. I unscrewed the tips on the arrows to keep them and threw the shafts out and went out and bought some 20 inch bolts and broad heads. it shoots just fine with the 20inch shafts it just hangs over a little bit but 20 is the smallest most places carry. this thing kicks ass though as long as you get some better bolts it is worth the money and i already got a few squirrels with it
great cross bow for a beginner. you will need a rope for cocking . 150 lb. was a little to much this 68 year old man.. over all you can't get a better cross bow for the money...
this the first thing I purchased from budk and it did not disappoint me. it was hard to string it. I bent one of my arrows and messed up the tip. the crossbow was at a good price. I would recommend this to a friend.
i found this bow to be very difficult to string without a stringer. also with the string it was more complicated. I had two of my friends help me to put the string on with TONS of effort but after that the crossboy is great it is very powerful, and basically accurate.
works good, but when and if you buy this one. you may have to buy a crossbow scope mount so you can put scopes on it. i bought a separate scope mount and she works like a pretty much perfectly.
Got it for the wife for christmas...string was kinda cheesy but when she shot I was impressed went right though 3/4 inch plywood ......NICE!
I am new to using a crossbow and like some of the others did not want to pay a lot of money to try it. This crossbow is well worth the money. Seems to be accurate and plenty of power.I have it sighted without a scope and can shoot a consistent tight pattern. Safety is hard to disengage and trigger is stiff. Arrows that come with it are very short (15") and flimsy, bent them almost right away. I am using 18" composites now and pleased. Can't beat it for $80.
Great little bow and for the money a great entry level crossbow It will kill alargebhog at 40 yards. More than once I have made a few shots at 30 and one at 45 all quick didn't get very far !!!
I picked this up because I wanted to try archery hunting and everywhere else I looked a crossbow was 300 dollars or more and I did not want to tie that much up into it just to see if I liked the sport. The crossbow works great and once a scope was added it shoots a 4 inch group at 50 yards.
I bought the 150 lb. Avalanche bow and put a 4X scope on it. Had it sighted at 25 yards with great accuracy. I am an avid bowhunter but never used a crossbow before. I decided to take it out deer hunting. Using 2216 arrows with 125 gr broadheads, I shot two deer both at around 20 yards. the arrows went through the deer. Both ran less than 50 yards before they dropped. This is a cheap way to hunt.
I purchased this bow a few years ago and its still going strong. I prefer the Avalanche bows as they are more basic and simple to replace and fabricate parts for.For instance the prod or bow portion of the crossbow can be replaced by most bow companies or even manufactured in a machine shop if you have access to one. With a little bow wax this groups very well when firing (within 5-8 inches when sighted properly), even more so with a decent scope or even reflex sight. Though you will get a work out cocking it, but nothing wrong with a little upper body beef up now is there? Its relatively quiet, especially properly maintained but does exude a small kick but nothing near a firearm. This bow is even powerful enough to take down average game, such as deer, pig, rabbits, or even a zombie for all you Daryl fans out there. The one downside to this bow if any at all is the bolts it comes with. I use them for target practice as they tend to be "off" sometimes, and i would strongly suggest getting longer bolts/arrows for this as its worth the investment. Ive used mine to hunt small game with razor arrow heads and it does the job quite All in all this bow can stand toe to toe with the pricey compound bows from Barnett for a fraction of the price, and are far easier to replace parts and repair/maintain. This bow has earned its place with my bug out gear.
this is a good strong bow but after about 50 shots the prod starts to crack other than that it is a good hunting crossbow and you can get a 150 lb prod from Barnett that will fit perfectly