First Look: Barnett Hyper Whitetail 410 Crossbow

posted on April 9, 2021
The Hyper Whitetail 410, from Barnett, is the latest in the company's line of Hyper crossbows. Featuring an extremely narrow riser, axle-to-axle length is reduced to just a hair over nine inches when cocked, and the bow weighs in at a mere 7.6 pounds. This combination makes for great portability in the deer woods. 

Utilizing HyperFlite bolts, the Hyper Whitetail 410 launches its payload downrange at speeds up to 410 feet per second, with 141 ft.-lbs. of kinetic energy. Its parallel-limb design also puts less weight at the front of the crossbow, making for a more stable shooting platform with reduced recoil and vibration.

Further, the Hyper Whitetail 410 also features a metal-injected molded trigger and TriggerTech Frictionless Release Technology. The TriggerTech trigger provides a reliable, crisp, 3-pound pull for consistent shots and improved accuracy. An Anti-Dry Fire (ADF) system and nock sensor are added to ensure the crossbow is loaded correctly.

The full package includes a premium side-mount quiver, two 22-inch HyperFlite arrows, a 4X-32mm illuminated scope, rope-cocking sled, lube wax and installation hardware. The same model is available with a pre-installed crank-cocking device for just a few dollars more. For more information, please visit barnettcrossbows.comMSRP: $749.99


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