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Old 08-28-2011, 05:16 PM
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Default Carbon Express X-force crossbow?

Anyone have experience with this crossbow or heard any pros or cons?

I'm going to get a crossbow, and this one is fairly light and compact. Seems like a good deal too. Let me know.

Anyone with one for sale? Any crossbow for sale? I'm only interested in very lightly used if I buy used.
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Old 08-29-2011, 05:30 AM
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They are all pretty good any more...However, I would look at the folks that have been making them for a while....I thin Carbon Express is just getting into the business as they are arrow makers...but I could be wrong....I currently own an economical Horton that took down a 300 pound 10 pointer last year at 35 yards.....I have been looking to get one that shoots a little flatter...10 Point is very expensive, The Barnett limbs just look bulky to me...the Parker and Horton are good value I believe...Do not get too hung up on the speed as 300 is plenty fast.....you do need to take a look at how long the bow is vs your arm length...I do not want to use that cable contraption and prefer to use my arms...my buddy is too short and can not reach his strings so he has to use the pulley...you MUST pull it back straight or your groups will be off and that was his isse...my buddy kills 6 dear a year with an old Horton...

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