by Karen Mehall Phillips - Sunday, April 12, 2015
Horton Crossbows might have come to an end in an end in July 2013, but 2015 marks the rebirth of the brand as Horton Crossbow Innovations showcases two new models—the Storm RDX and Legend Ultra Lite—at the 144th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits.
“We’re introducing two new crossbow platforms: the Storm RDX, a reverse draw model, and the Legend Ultra Lite, a forward draw model,” said Richard Bednar, president and CEO of Horton Crossbow Innovations. And when it comes to the thousands of hunters walking the aisles at the NRA show this week, he invites hunters to please take the opportunity to stop by Booth No. 100 because they're anxious to hear what you think!
I personally think crossbow hunters will be impressed with the technology, from the ADX (Adjustable Bullpup Crossbow) stock with an adjustable cheek piece and butt plate to its innovative cocking device and rubber safety wings that help to prevent a hunter’s fingers and thumb from moving above the flight deck.
Stay tuned for more good news on the crossbow front as I walk the NRA show floor and round up more crossbow news!
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