Today’s crossbows are faster than ever before. Faster crossbows can deliver more downrange energy.
Optimizing length can provide better balance while shorter crossbows can be better suited for maneuverability and tight spaces.
The weight shown on the left is the overall weight without accessories installed, while the weight on the right is the weight with all included accessories installed.
Draw effort is the weight of resistance while cocking a crossbow. Most crossbows require minimal effort to draw with a cocking aid.
Modern crossbows are drawn back with a cocking aid. Excalibur crossbows use attachable cranks, integrated cranks, and rope cockers to achieve as little as 12 lbs of draw effort.
Optimizing width will increase downrange accuracy and stability. Too narrow of a crossbow can negatively impact accuracy and result in inconsistencies.
The Assassin™ 360 is the ultimate combination of stealth, strength, and performance. Generating 360 FPS is now virtually effortless to draw. Designed around the industry-leading Micro platform, the Assassin is destined to dominate in tight quarters and in the stand.
This is a 5 star crossbow. At 61 years old I don’t have to worry about blowing out a disc pulling it back. The cracking system is a gem of a feature As for the performance, as accurate a crossbow as advertised. The only draw back no pun intended is It doesn’t come with a hardcover case as initially advertised. But the crossbow it self is awesome.
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