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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-05-2011, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
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Inferno blitz crossbow

hello,i just picked up an inferno blitz crossbow from arrow precision,got it real cheap at a yard sale,i have a bad shoulder and have not been able to bow hunt in a few years,maybe with this a can get back into archery again,i know its just a cheap crossbow but for now i guess it will have to do.anybody else try one of these crossbows yet?whats your opinion of it?
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-05-2011, 11:51 AM
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Re: Inferno blitz crossbow

Have handled and shot many crossbows but Arrow Precisions have not been one of them.

Glad to see you back in the game and good luck with the bow.

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Re: Inferno blitz crossbow

Very similar to the PSE Copperhead. It will serve you well. Put some custom arrows in it and it will surprise you. Good Luck this fall.

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Re: Inferno blitz crossbow

I've got the fury and I know it will take a deer if I need it to. Just have to figure out what length bolt and grain tips it prefers. Mine likes the 20" bolts and 125gr heads. It sure puts a hurting on my bag when hit.
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Re: Inferno blitz crossbow

I did some testing with the Inferno Fury. Mine liked an Easton Carbon Power with 80 grain Ten Point brass insert and 100 grain heads. I used Norway 4 inch vanes and a moon nock. Arrow length was 17 inches.

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