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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-02-2020, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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killer instinct crossbows

Does anyone here shoot killer instinct crossbows? If so how are they? Specifically looking at killer instinct speed 425 for my son.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-02-2020, 09:27 AM
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I have 2, Best one I have ever shot. Mine are about 3 years old. shoot great, No problems so far. Shoot my 420 gr arrows at 350 fps.

IMHO we dont need that much speed, The high speed bows need more Maintance. Harder to load, I am sure string and cables will wear faster also.

Good luck. Stant
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Happy to hear you like yours. Ill have to look at the different models and speeds. Thanks for the reply
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Iím thinking for the money you canít go wrong, I bought one last year to replace my Parker. Wanted something smaller to use in tight shooting spots for Eastern Shore Sika deer. Shoots tight groups and pretty quiet.. good luck
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Mike, my thoughts exactly. Seems like you get a lot for your money
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Let us know, I am in the market for a crossbow myself. Any info would be great!
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They also have a crank to load it. Works vg. Stant
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