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Thread: Not your average new Excalibur cross bow

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    Default Not your average new Excalibur cross bow

    Just when you thought Excalibur couldn't innovate the recurve crossbow any further.

    New Excalibur crossbow bow launching on Jan 07th 2021.

    Excalibur twin strike. Will enable you to load 2 arrows. To be shot with 2 separate triggers and two sets of limbs. Think over and under shot-gun.

    No more worries about re-cocking the bow for that follow up shot...

    Dealer MSRP $2,222.00

    Order yours today!

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    I know its a true story..... but I wish it was a joke...lol

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    Prices for archery equipment is freakin' obscene. Ain't happenin' for this hunter,ever.
    If you're too big to do the little things that count,you're too little to do the big things that really count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Prices for archery equipment....
    That does it!... now i'm triggered

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    Last edited by LowbanksArcher; January 5th, 2021 at 03:24 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LowbanksArcher View Post
    That does it!... now i'm triggered

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    O-o-o-h boy! Wait til I get some popcorn and put the beer on ice,OK? LOL
    If you're too big to do the little things that count,you're too little to do the big things that really count.

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    surprised they went this route..whats is the appeal of a follow up shot? I predict this will be a massive flop on excals part....
    too bad they didnt spend that R&D money to make a more lighter or reliable product..I love excals but who the heck would want to lug this thing around in the woods, I just dont get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokes View Post
    surprised they went this route..whats is the appeal of a follow up shot? I predict this will be a massive flop on excals part....
    too bad they didnt spend that R&D money to make a more lighter or reliable product..I love excals but who the heck would want to lug this thing around in the woods, I just dont get it
    I agree.

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    Never thought I'd spend $900 on a matrix 380 but glad I did. Over 2 grand for a follow up shot that may never be needed or have one presented. Don't think so. I'll stick with what I got.

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    Seen it. All it means is that because of a follow up shot, people are going to be taking even more stupid, careless and unethical shots at game than they have before.
    Honestly, working at a bow shop, I am really getting sick of hearing about the stupid 50, 60, 70 + yard misses and cripples which couldn't be found by over zealous idiots trying to get an instagram photo. I use to like crossbows, heck we even have two of our own. I've written about them and promoted them. My son shot his first deer, a nice 6 point buck at six yards with one when he was twelve. Now I'm really starting to hate them.
    It seems that taking an unethical, poor shot is getting more and more common place now and the manufacturers are jumping on the bad wagon with their stupid advertising and promotions such as, "meet your new rifle."
    To top it off people seem to be bragging about their misses now. Pathetic.
    Everyone is just looking for an easier way to fill a tag. Learn how to hunt from crying out loud!!!

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    Its not only the crossbow shooters, there's unethical hunters in all displines of hunting....

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