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How to Choose a Hunting Crossbow (Page 2)

Crossbows are becoming more and more popular, but not every hunter has experience with them. Having a hard time choosing one for yourself? Here are some tips.

There you have it—12 fantastic tips that will greatly improve your crossbow shooting. Have fun, shoot straight—and stay safe.

 

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3 Responses to How to Choose a Hunting Crossbow (Page 2)

JJ wrote:
December 25, 2014

All good advice. I purchased a TenPoint for my first crossbow. I think my primary question when looking was what makes one crossbow cost more than another. My decision on TenPoint was primarily based on that they were made in the USA - without really knowing if that was actually good or bad. It was around the Holiday Season and on Black Friday there was a Barnett 500.00 crossbow selling for under a hundred dollars. Sounded like quite a bargain but it was made in Taiwan. I wonder from time to time if I made the right decision, but I was and am quite happy with the TenPoint Crossbow

Tom Saroch wrote:
April 06, 2014

All real good advise,works for me. One thing always check all fasteners like screws etc. Mine worked loose use lock tight, curd prob.

Frank G wrote:
September 14, 2012

Well penned Bob, Both vertical and horzontial have pros/cons. Overall go with the Xbow if you hunt from stands with gun rails. It is the way to send a broad head with deadly accuracy within a reasonably short practice time. Just watch the bow limbs if you’re stalking