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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-02-2012, 02:08 AM Thread Starter
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Barnett Rhino Quad

A friend has one to sell and I was wondering if anybody has one and any feedback would be great. This would be my first Xbow.

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Re: Barnett Rhino Quad

I was told to go with tenpoint or Excalibur the others have problems I am currently looking and my buddy asked around when he bought his and he told me the guy from kinseys' archery told him this.
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Re: Barnett Rhino Quad

My first crossbow was a Barnett Quad 400...NOTHING but problems with it, the repair guy at the archery shop refused to work on Barnetts after a while. If you're looking for a cheaper, reliable crossbow, I'd get a Horton, I love mine.

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Re: Barnett Rhino Quad

Keep in mind that it will likely need strings and cables. Also I found this on Barnett's website:
***Note crossbows with a steel cable systems that require new cables will need to be upgraded to synthetic
harness systems. Call the Service Department for details at 800-237-4507.

This crossbow might become more expensive than just buying a new one.

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Re: Barnett Rhino Quad

Thanks for the feedback everyone. Sounds like I should save for a new Xbow, instead of invest in a headache. $600+ is a bit much to swallow right now when you were looking @ $250 for a full setup.

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Re: Barnett Rhino Quad

You can get a good new setup for less than $500. I think the wicked ridge has a complete setup for around $400. Give arrowhead a call or a PM (his website is in his signature). He would be able to make some recommendations for you. He usually has some used bows too that could save you some money.

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