Mission Archery Unveils Two New Crossbows

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posted on December 26, 2012
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Mission Archery introduces two new crossbows, expanding its MXB series. The MXB-Tactical and MXB-320 were unveiled at the Matthews/Mission Retailer Business Show at the beginning of December in Wisconsin Dells, Wisc. The MXB-Tactical crossbow reaches speeds up to 400 fps, and includes an accessory rail with an MSRP of $999. The shorter MXB-320 is comparably cheaper at $599, and gets up to 320 fps. Features include an adjustable stock and a trigger system that has an automatic safe-mode when cocked. Other features included in the MXB package are Mission rail lube, cocking ropes, slings and discharge targets along with a free bow case.

For more information on the MXB series visit MissionArchery.com.

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