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Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Armstrong County
Re: Tenpoint Stealth for Birthday
I went with the crank model because I'm not getting any younger and I hunt out of small hang-on stands, and if need be can cock it setting down in the stand. A couple things already is I see the crank could very easily fall out of the storage space on the bottom of the stock. I am gone to put a rubeer band around the stock to secure it. The felt pad on the claw fell off after 9 shots, not impressed with that at all. Several guys with crossbows got together yesterday evening and we shot. All of them were quite impressed with the Tenpoint's features and scope, and a couple older guys like me (who have back problems) were sold on the cranking device after they used it.