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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-10-2018, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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Tenpoints new bows

Some Ravin and Scorpyd killers here.
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They look REALLY REALLY awesome. and with the #1 company out there to back the product also.

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any idea on the price of the nitro dpms ?
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any idea on the price of the nitro dpms ?
Gonna be a pretty penny. MSRP is $2000. The Shadow NXT can be had for $1000 with a rope cocking device. The Stealth NXT will fall in the middle.

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The shadow is going to be a seller for sure. That is pretty narrow.

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Chatted with Todd a lil last night, he said he would post all the info on Crossbow Magazines face Book page. Do you have any idea on the weight of the Nitro X?? There is a new crossbow in my future due to the injuries I received last summer, just not sure which one yet..

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Chatted with Todd a lil last night, he said he would post all the info on Crossbow Magazines face Book page. Do you have any idea on the weight of the Nitro X?? There is a new crossbow in my future due to the injuries I received last summer, just not sure which one yet..
7.8 lb according to Tenpoints website. https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com/sh...ssbow-package/

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Just saw that thank you, hope they fixed the triggers

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Just saw that thank you, hope they fixed the triggers
That 7.8 pounds will be without accessories. The package will probably weigh close to 9 pounds with the scope.

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Is the trigger issue regarding excess wear on the serving that I have experienced the last 2 years in a row? I spent $38 last year and sent it back to TP and they went over it and said they adjusted the trigger assembly? Still tearing up the serving after less than 35 shots just like before. I suspect a nick or edge inside on the trigger latch.

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