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Going to be listing an Axe 340 dealer edition Kryptek Raid with air brakes on EBAY. Bare bow no scope but it does have the upgraded bigfoot stirrup. Got it last fall Killed a few deer with it. Well taken care of. Standard trigger it came with. All bolts were taken out and blue Loctite where needed a...
I don't post very much but I thought I would because of all the AXE questions. I got one the other day and I love it. I got the kyptek with the SDS. Shot it through the Chrono with all the SDS on 350 gr. at 335. I took everything but the airbrakes off because I like airbrakes it shot 344. Ive owned ...
I recently bought a new triggertech for a micro and some times after the shot the latches close back down and I have to pull the trigger to cock again. My questions are why does it do this? Can I fix it? And is it safe to shoot?
I have a Leupold AR MOD 1 1.5 to 4 X 20MM with the green firedot SPR reticle. I love this scope very much and I am wanting to add a Leupold to one of my other bows. I've got it narrowed down to 2 others along with the one I already have. The VXR with the red dot duplex and the VX3i heavy duplex. For...
Are you saying that if two bows shooting 300FPS but one has a longer power stroke it does not have an advantage down range, they are equal when shot with the same arrow?
I'm not smart enough to know but smart enough to ask. With the very short power stroke of the 308 Short would it lose speed faster than say a micro 335. The one I shot was 314fps out the gate but how well would the short power stroke hold up down range say 35 to 40 yards?
- Wed Dec 13, 2017 6:27 pm
- Forum: Crossbow Hunting
- Topic: Vortex Crossfire scope
- Replies: 5
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Anyone got an opinion on the Vortex Crossfire with a lighted dot reticle. The warranty seems great and it cost less than leupold VXR. For those who know how does it compare to VXR. Quality and low light capabilities.
Shot one today it was the Mossy Oak model without suppression. Very light and small. It Seems much smaller than even a Micro 335. It was very easy to cock (I'm used to Micro 335's, 355's and the Bulldog 380) so that's what I'm comparing it to. It was very nice and a pleasure to cock and shoot. Throu...