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    I like this !!...be nice if other manufactures copied it

    from: https://buckmasters.com/Hunting/Hunt...6/Game-Changer

    TenPoint’s ACUslide features the groundbreaking Auto-Brake Gear System, which allows for SILENT cocking and SAFE and CONTROLLED decocking. The Auto-Brake Gear System eliminates the potential of losing control, which can lead to injury or costly bow damage during the decocking process.
    Last edited by MikePal; March 4th, 2020 at 02:50 PM.
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    Ill stick with my Excalibur Micro Suppressor and charger crank. It's bought and paid for! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellerivercrossbowhunter View Post
    Ill stick with my Excalibur Micro Suppressor and charger crank. It's bought and paid for! lol
    Do the Excalibur cranks have a stop/start and forward/backward capability ? I haven't looked at the newer x-bows, so not sure what they have now.
    Last edited by MikePal; March 5th, 2020 at 03:49 PM.
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    Perfect... bring out this the year after I bought my new Ten-point.

    It would be nice to see this type of system being adopted by other manufactures, just for the safety factor. Having had a recurve in the past, and having to use a dummy bolt to let the bow down after a hut, this type of let down would be quieter, I wouldn't have to fumble in my pack, etc. With my new bow, a TenPoint NXT the only safe way to let it down is to shoot a bolt into a target, which if you hunt to last night means waiting until you are home... after all the bow needs to be encased 1/2hr after sunset.

    As for Belle's Mike's post was not about brand name of the bow, it was about the cocking system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Do the Excalibur cranks have a stop/start and forward/backward capability ? I haven't looked at the newer x-bows, so not sure what they have now.
    When cranking the string up you can silently stop and start at any time without the handle free wheeling.

    When letting the string down you use a safety strap to prevent the handle from free wheeling.

    It is a great crank that I use when loading the bow several times.

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