taureau noir wrote:I had a blade failure today while moose hunting.Found my string not centered when drawn.By checking further, I notice the right hand blade has many lines across the blade like delamination.
Right away I undraw it and found the inside of the blade to be rought when I pass my hand on it.Never had a dry fire ,I have a STS on my crossbow.I have no explanation as why it gave way?
newbie wrote:sorry to hear about your bow, but at least its just the bow that got injured. Could the limb have been damaged during transport to camp? i know i have a few buddied that are always in a hurry when heading to camp, and don't look where they throw their gear or onto what they throw it. Do you have a case or just toss in the truck?
The short lenght of the filaments coming out one long on the bottom. Does not seem a problem with the manufacuting. caviet I don't know the lenght of fiber used in manufacturing process.
M&M wrote:have you gotten ahold of excalibur yet? and what did they tell ya?
one shot scott wrote:Its odd, the claw is down, but the string flung off the bow. Its strange that the end of the string would pull through the closed claw, not impossible , but strange. What are the scratches on the bow by the claw caused from? I bet if you had contacted excalibur you would have had a set of new limbs by now! They are very reasonable folks, and rest assured that limb failure is NOT common with the excaliburs. This is the first Ive heard of.
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