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recomendations for a x bow please help!

looking to buy the old lady a crossbow
what is a good crossbow that is not to expensive, but not junk that wouldbe good for a beginner?

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Re: recomendations for a x bow please help!

horton team realtree is real light plus has a small price tag think the sportsmen guide even sells it....good one

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Re: recomendations for a x bow please help!

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looking to buy the old lady a crossbow
what is a good crossbow that is not to expensive, but not junk that wouldbe good for a beginner?
This would be a good place to start looking.

https://www.huntingpa.com/forums/ubbt...116605&fpart=1

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Re: recomendations for a x bow please help!

The Parker Enforcer 160 or Panther would be a good choice. Both have a lifetime warranty and are made in the U.S.A. The Panther is Parkers pink bow. Don't worry it's not that bright pink like some others have. It is a very subtle pink that isn't really pink, but rather a camo with a pink hue to it. They are light, accurate and the forend has a hole to put you hand into, so that she won't get a finger into the string path.

The Excalibur Axiom is a great bow too, for the beginner. It is light, has a good trigger and they are very reliable. Excalibur also has a very good warranty and is user serviceable.

As always, check the warranty. Some bows have great warranties and some do not.

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