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2013 Matrix 355 Boo Strings. Big John custom bolts, Hawke optics, Rage crossbow heads.
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- Location: Belleriver Ontario
Thats all ive been waiting for to see, close up view ,sound of it shooting IM sold.
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That's the first close up look I've had at the Matrix. It sure is a great looking bow, very stylish. I'm surprised how quiet this crossbow was in the video??
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The bow looks well made. Should be a big seller. I think I am going to have to a get one. My biggest concern is how well is the serving going to hold up under that poundage. It seems to be the weakest link.
Matrix 355 / Leupold shotgun scope
Kodabow Bravo Zulu / Hawke scope
Black Eagle Executioners / Rage Crossbow X
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- Location: Steamtown, PA.
No vibration sound at all, very nice rig. Can you use the C2 cranking aid?
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There we go !!!
Thanks for posting.
JT of PA
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Wow looks awesome. I wish I had waited to buy my bow. Guess I could always use another one. I was also a little suprised how quiet it is.
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Spitfire MAXX and Slick Tricks
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- Location: South of Annapolis Maryland
im concerned about string life, accuracy and retreiving arrows from targets that are two inches shorter than the ones my eco max burries already.
but looks and sounds nice and would love to have one.
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- Location: South Australia
I would still use the 20" bolts. Would make it even more quieter.
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