The Barnett Quad 400

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posted on July 18, 2012
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Barnett's redefined Quad 400 has put a new spin on one of the company's most popular models, delivering an enhanced version that features a bevy of new design features.

The Quad 400 features 15.5 inches of power stroke, quad limbs and CNC machined cams, helping it deliver speeds up to 345 FPS at only a 150-pound draw weight.

Also included is the CROSSWIRE string and cable system, which blends Barnett's fibers with the industry's toughest serving materials, ensuring the shooter has one of the most stable and reliable strings on the market.

The Quad 400 is available through retailers as part of a complete package. Consumers will receive the crossbow, a Barnett illuminated 3x3 multi-reticle scope or a premium red dot sight, a quick-detach quiver and three high-quality Easton 20" arrows.

Technical Specifications:
Speed: 345 FPS
Kinetic Energy: 112 ft. lbs.
Draw Weight: 150 lbs.
Power Stroke: 15.5"

For more information, go to BarnettCrossbows.com.

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