I haven't had time to see how it does past 40 yards yet but at 40, it's just like any Excalibur, very accurate. I see no reason why it shouldn't be very good to 60 yards assuming you're shooting a good arrow. As I said earlier, it takes a good amount of effort to cock the 400 using the Charger.OhioXBowhunter wrote: ↑Sat Jun 06, 2020 5:22 pmHey Don tell us more about that 400 TD hows the new limbs, hows it shoot. I’m looking for a take down and I’m up in the air with the 400 TD and the 340 TD and since I’ve bought my son an Axe now I’m looking hard at the 340 TD. I have not shot either yet but as soon as I find them in the shops I want to shoot them both.
The limb design corrects the sins of the past limbs. I haven't been in the limb making room but as I understand it, the mold produces 2 limbs at a time. It gets cut to produce 2 limbs, then drilled for the anchor, then camoed inhouse, then the tips are installed. I see no evidence of any grinding of the limbs. In the past, they ground the tip of the limb to allow for the tips to be installed and then a bit of grinding along the edges.
Any grinding allows for splinters. Just like a fishing rod, if you damage glass or carbon strands, that is where the rod will break. I am really quite confident in the limbs. Seeing the way the limbs are made give me some confidence when I see them bend way back when cocked. They sure store a whole lot of energy!
I've only shot mine about 50/60 times but if for some reason I had to replace it I would not hesitate one bit.one things for sure, if you buy one, you'd better have a Danny Miller arrow puller!
BTW, 18" arrows fit perfectly!