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.
The Excalibur Micro Extreme takes crossbow hunting to the next level. This crossbow may be small in stature but not in performance, reliability, and safety. Ceasefire technology ensures the crossbow cannot be fired unless an arrow is loaded. Like the other crossbows in the Micro series, it features the High Output Limbs that are virtually bulletproof under any condition. Perfectly at home in the blind, in a tree, or deep in the brush on a spot and stalk, the Micro Extreme is ready to take it on in true Excalibur style. All at 360 feet per second.
The Micro Extreme is super accurate, reliable, and great for spot and stalk or blind hunting when you want the frame of the crossbow to be as compact as possible.
Great bow! I just picked one up and I can’t wait to use it! So light and the perfect size for hunting in a blind!
I started in 1954 with my Bear cub bow of 52 #. I learned to still hunt and have killed 30+ 8 points and a 225 10 point I applaud Excalibur for bringing a traditional feeling to us and trying to maintain a connection to our prey!
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