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.
For hunters that appreciate all the advantages of Excalibur’s time-tested Recurve Technology but have the need for speed, Excalibur is proud to introduce to you the new BULLDOG 440™. Engineered to be one of the fastest crossbows ever produced, the Bulldog 440 gives you the ability to reach out with laser flat speed and trajectory while delivering bone-crushing power.
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