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Unread 10-25-2013, 06:59 AM
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Re: Fletching damage

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I read all of these posts and have to ask, am I the only one not having problems with my Tac15? (Rubbing lucky rabbit's foot).
LOL!! I think so... Rub it in why don't ya...
Other than the inherent design flaws, I have only had a one really minor problem and one other more serious problem, not detrimental,but just enough to render the bow useless.
First, when I took the bow out of the box, the spring loaded lever for the crank would not operate. It was jammed a little either from a "bur" or just tight tolerances. The fix was simply a drop of oil and working it manually back and forth until it freed up.
Second, the string loop stretched out to the point that it would not fire anymore. I was able to attain a few string loops from PSE. The ones that they use on the Tacs. I was told that the only way PSE would sell the loops is if you bought the whole harness with the loop already installed. I guess I have a good connection.
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    Unread 10-25-2013, 04:41 PM
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    Re: Fletching damage

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    I read all of these posts and have to ask, am I the only one not having problems with my Tac15? (Rubbing lucky rabbit's foot).
    Twanger, I purposely waited for the Elite to come out. At this point, with all the problems I should have bought the Tac15 instead. Out of three crossbows that I have, the Elite is the most high maintenance and problematic one of the bunch. Upgraded Tac15, I think not!
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