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Horton Vortec RDX Dedd Sled 50 Crossbow Package - Camo

Item# 252-NH17060-5524-AF | Model# NH17060-5524 | Added on March 23, 2017 |
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Horton Vortec RDX Dedd Sled 50 Crossbow Package - Camo
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Ultracompact and powered by Hortons RDX technology, their Vortec RDX Dedd Sled 50 Crossbow measures just 9.125 axle-to-axle at full draw. Lightweight machined-aluminum riser boasts Over-the-Top limb pocket and Zytel limb suspension system that prevent the limbs from making direct contact with the riser to reduce vibration for whisper-quiet shots. 12, 135-lb. limbs are powered by Reaper Cam System, reverse-draw assembly and Brownell Rhino string and cables. Fusion Reverse Draw (FRX) stock is made from PolyOne OnForce glass-filled polypropylene and features strategic cutouts to reduce weight and improve balance. Rubber safety wings on the fore grip prevent your fingers and thumb from moving above the flight deck while shooting. Also features 4, 3.5-lb. bullpup trigger housed in a PolyOne OnForce carbon-fiber-filled thermoplastic polyurethane trigger box, trigger safety and DFI (Dry-Fire Inhibitor). Weaver-style dovetail is fitted with a nylon-filament bolt-retention brush that improves bolt grip and alignment. Includes string stop system. Equipped with TenPoint 3X Pro-View 2 scope. Made in USA. Speed: 340 fps. Power stroke: 15.5. Kinetic Energy:103 ft. lbs. Draw wt: 135 lbs. Length: 34.25. Width: 14.875 uncocked; 9.125 cocked. Wt: 7.6 lbs.; with accessories: 8.6 lbs. Camo pattern:Mossy Oak Break-Up Country. Horton Vortec RDX Dedd Sled 50 Crossbow Package includes:crossbow, Dedd Sled 50 cocking device, TenPoint 3X Pro-View 2 scope, three carbon bolts with fie Color: Camo. Type: ... read more
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