NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD)

08/11/2013 - Comment

Crossbow with Red Dot Sight – Compact light weight design- fun for all ages – Strong steel cable bow with brass pulleys – Unique rear cocking system – 90 lb draw weight – Front and rear sights, plus a 3/8″ dovetail rail – Includes 10 long arrows, 10 short arrows, and arrow retrieving kit with

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Crossbow with Red Dot Sight – Compact light weight design- fun for all ages – Strong steel cable bow with brass pulleys – Unique rear cocking system – 90 lb draw weight – Front and rear sights, plus a 3/8″ dovetail rail – Includes 10 long arrows, 10 short arrows, and arrow retrieving kit with string spool and 4 retrieving arrows

Product Features

  • Includes 10 Long Arrows, 10 Short Arrows, and Arrow Retrieving Kit with String Spool & 4 Retrieving Arrows
  • 90 Pound Draw Weight
  • Strong Steel Cable Bow with Brass Pulleys
  • Unique Rear Cocking System
  • Compact Light Weight Design Fun for all ages!
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Comments

Sam Addams says:

Only 35# draw weight, this is just a little toy crossbow I am an engineer, so I am sure I assembled and tested this correctly. After assembling it, I put the back end of it down on a calibrated weight measuring scale and manually pushed the string (actually cable) all the way back to cock it. All the force I applied to the string (cable) was transmitted directly onto the scale. But the scale only read 35 lbs with the string (cable) pushed all the way back to the fully cocked position. I call that 35 lbs draw weight, not the “90 lbs draw weight”…

J. Smith says:

Eh… The crossbow comes with alot of nice things… but the build quality is “meh” and as far as power goes… its not… at 60 feet the bolts bounce out of an old RV door while my cobra x-bow buries them all an inch deep at least the accessories will go nice with my cobra the problem is that the way the bow is mounted, the string drags along the shaft so severeley that it robs alot of the power, that, and the cocking mechanism isnt always… locking

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