Excalibur new dual arrow crossbow: TwinStrike

0002s

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West TX
Seems like an answer to a question I wasn’t asking. Now you can shoot that pesky squire and have one ready to go. I’m sure they will sell well.


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MSRP
$2,222.22
Speed (Up To)
360 FPS
Weight
7.75 LBS
Cocking Effort
14 LBS
Draw Weight
358 LBS
Draw Length
14.125 in
Overall Length
33.375 in
Width Cocked / Uncocked
21.125 in / 25.25 in

 

Sealesniper

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Eastern NC
Interesting concept, but I can't remember the last time I wanted/needed a follow-up shot that I would have taken. I missed a huge 10pt last year in Illinois because of a branch, but I had plenty of time to reload my Ravin if I had wanted to, but instead just watched him in the binos. He was at 72 yards so doubt I would trust a recurve at that distance and certainly not an O/U which has to have some variances in POI. Other than that miss because of a branch, I have made every other shot with my bow count.
 

cohunt

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Colorado Springs, CO
I need one with 5 arrows.
A fully semi auto crossbow !!

In CO crossbows can only be used during rifle season so I honestly don't know anyone that even owns one.
 

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