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First Look: Wicked Ridge Ranger X2 Crossbow

First Look: Wicked Ridge Ranger X2 Crossbow

Narrow, fast and extreme value are the best ways to describe the new Wicked Ridge Ranger X2, engineered to introduce crossbow hunting to youth, women and smaller-framed shooters with a manageable size, weight and length-of-pull.

The Ranger X2 comes fully assembled and weighs a manageable 5.9 pounds. The Ranger X2 might be made for small-framed hunters, but offers full-frame speeds, shooting an 18-inch Wicked Ridge Ranger carbon arrow at 330 fps. The bow is 33.5 inches long, and offers a manageable draw weight of 150 pounds. When cocked, the Ranger X2 measures 16 inches axle-to-axle. 

 

The Ranger X2 is builton an aluminum riser fitted with 11-inch limbs and powered by speed enhancing cams and special string and cables with tunable yokes. The stock is lightweight and has built-insafety features to protect the shooter and the bow. The bow is also equippedwith TenPoint’s Dry-Fire-Inhibitor and 3.5-pound auto-engaging safety trigger.

The new Ranger X2 crossbow is covered in Mossy Oak’s Break-Up Country camo pattern, and with an MSRP of $479.99 includes a TenPoint Multi-Line scope, ACU-52 cocking device, three carbon arrows and a quiver.

For more information, visit wickedridgecrossbows.com. 

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