Originally Posted by Len Backus
"The PSE TAC 15i crank storage position" is a question I answered last week for someone. Apparently an early prototype somehow stored the PSE TAC 15i crank on the side. This feature never made it into the final unit.
The answer I got from PSE was that the original TAC 15s used a very strong magnet on the x-bows frame to hold it in place. PSE engineers decided it was too easy to knock the crank loose, and decided it was best to forgo storing it on the frame.
It would have been nice if PSE engineers had given some more thought to securing the crank in place, rather than choosing not too.
Still the biggest issue is the noise level of the Tac-15 when it is fired.