80 Lbs Self-Cocking Crossbow Pistol

08/11/2013 - Comment

This Self-Cocking Cobra Crossbow system will streak a steel-tipped bolt more than 160 FPS! Best of all, it’s self-cocking. No more contortions or pulled muscles from the 80-lb. draw weight of this beast. Just pivot the arming lever and the heavy-gauge slide and bow cable cocks itself – engaging the automatic safety at the same

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(as of 08/11/2013 7:51 PM EST - Details)

This Self-Cocking Cobra Crossbow system will streak a steel-tipped bolt more than 160 FPS! Best of all, it’s self-cocking. No more contortions or pulled muscles from the 80-lb. draw weight of this beast. Just pivot the arming lever and the heavy-gauge slide and bow cable cocks itself – engaging the automatic safety at the same time. Sighting, windage and elevation wheels click tune for accuracy. It launches bolts more than 100 yards! Fiber-graphite limbs, die-cast alloy and solid brass. Measures approximately 18″ x 6″, with three 6″ aluminum arrows.

Product Features

  • 80 Lbs Cobra Self-Cocking Crossbow Pistol
  • Comes with Three Metal Arrows
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Comments

Big Steve says:

Good Product at a Cheap Price At First Glance When I first opened the package from UPS I have to admit I was a little scared I had bought a toy or perhaps they had sent me the wrong item. I’m happy to say that it’s just a reminder of the old saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover”.Assembly Assembling this thing was extremely easy. I’m not sure how anyone could not figure it out really. The only part that was a little tough was placing the string on the bow. I’m sure there’s some technical name for…

aidan says:

very good item.. much fun I gave this item 4 stars only because the directions are lacking and the sights are a little on the cheap side. Other than that, awesome item. One thing to keep in mind about a crossbow is they require a lot of maintenance. This is in no way a toy either. When assembling the crossbow, point the crossbow straight up, place rubber pad, place the bow, then place the other rubber pad, then the metal plate, then tighten the set screw down. I was able to string the bow myself using my knee and the…

Jason Haynes says:

Completely Meets Expectations I’m a hotheaded fresh 18 year old who is finally acting on all of the years of yearning to own a lethal weapon, and I’m definitely not regretting my purchase whatsoever.I recently purchased a very cheap(but still more expensive than this tank) pistol crossbow that was a generic brand and was made of plastic. After it cutting into my hand with every draw, and then literally every piece except for the prod falling or breaking off, I was discouraged, until I found this nice little…

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