First Look: Barnett TS380 Crossbow

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posted on April 13, 2020
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The TS380, from Barnett, combines powerful limbs, high-energy cams, a 12.625-inch power stroke and a 201-pound draw weight to produce 380-fps shots, with 380-grain arrows, and 121.82 ft.-lbs. of kinetic energy. A buttstock with an adjustable length of pull (LOP), and a pass through fore-end make this powerful bow easy to fit to anyone. Further, at just 32-34-inches long, and 13.25-inches wide when cocked, the bow retains a compact and maneuverable profile, perfect for the deer woods. 
Barnett TS380 Top View
For safety, an anti-dry fire trigger has been installed, and reminders to keep one's fingers out of the string path abound. Further enhancing the function of the trigger is TriggerTech frictionless release technology, for a lighter pull. Barnett's Soft-Lok Floating Bristle Arrow retainer, meanwhile, holds arrows securely against the aluminum flight track. Simultaneously, three Picatinny rails offer ample options for mounting the 4X32mm multi-reticle scope, and any other desired accessories. Finally, track-mounted string dampeners and an anti-vibration foot stirrup help reduce noise and vibration for a quieter, more accurate shot.
Barnett TS380 Side View
Dressed in a digital-grey wrap, the crossbow package features single-bolt assembly, and includes two 20-inch headhunter bolts, the aforementioned 4X32mm multi-reticle scope, a lightweight side-mount quiver, a rope-cocking device and lubrication wax. 

Hunter using TS380 from a treestand

For more information, please visit barnettcrossbows.comMSRP: $549.99

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