Barnett Announces New Penetrator Crossbow

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posted on February 8, 2013
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Barnett Crossbows has announced its new Penetrator model, which is designed to offer top-of-the-line penetration and accuracy from a slim, low-profile design.

The shoot-through foot stirrup and power stroke of 12" produce speeds out to 350 fps. The step-through riser lengthens the power stroke of the bow, without placing the cocking string beyond arm's length. The design comes complete with Barnett's patented magnesium STR riser, a GAM (Gas Assist Mold) composite stock and Custom Composite Laminated Limbs.

Barnett's high-energy cam system and CROSSWIRE string and cable system allow the Penetrator to possess a faster and quieter shot.

Technical Specifications:

Velocity: 350 fps
Draw Weight: 175 lbs.
Energy: 116 FT-Pounds
Power Stroke: 12"
Weight: 8.6 lbs.
Length: 37"
Width: 24:
Arrow Length: 20"

For more information, go to BarnettCrossbows.com.

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