New for 2018: Excalibur Assassin Crossbow

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posted on January 25, 2018
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Excalibur Crossbow was at the 2018 SHOT Show Media Day at the Range showing off its newest horizontal bows, and its new Assassin crossbow is the fastest shooting recurved-limb bow available.

 

With no cams or cables, there are no tuning issues. The bow is 21 inches when cocked, weighs in at 7.7 pounds, has a 285-pound draw weight and a built-in crank to cock the bow. The Assassin shoots and impressive 360 fps, transferring over 100 ft.-lbs of kinetic energy to your arrow and broadhead. With an adjustable stock, the bow is fast, simple and reliable, making this bow a ground-breaker on the recurve side of the industry. MSRP: $1,699.

For more information, go to excaliburcrossbow.com.  

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