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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-12-2012, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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still cant make my mind up help me

Goin to get my first crossbow and decided on a ten point but cant decide between the Stealth XLT,Turbo XLT II, or the Titan Xtreme. even lookin at them at the Sports show in Harrisburg and talkin to the reps still cant make my mind up so which would you get and why?

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Re: still cant make my mind up help me

Tough choice. Have you shot them all? If you have and you still can't decide then flip a coin. I don't think you could go wrong with any of them from what I have heard.

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Re: still cant make my mind up help me

Confusing, isn't it. I shopped for a while too and really couln't find anything that I really liked so I settled...and I hate settling. Seems like whatever you choose is obsolete in a year or two anyhow. The crossbow industry is where the compound bow was in the mid/late 90's...evolving every year by leaps and bounds but eventually leveling off in the 2000's.

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Re: still cant make my mind up help me

I would get the Stealth XLT. Why? Because I have one and love it.

Seriously, all three are great bows. I like the "extreme limb technology" of the Turbo and Stealth so I favor those over the Titan. I hunt out of treestands alot and the narrow limbs really help with tough angle shots.

The Stealth is just a hair faster than the Turbo, a hair lighter, comes with a really good speed dial scope and just looks way cool. Really depends on if you feel like a few hundred for the above features is worth it to you.

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Re: still cant make my mind up help me

I'd go with one of the XLT's. I shoot a Turbo XLT for deer and turkey and really like the compactness for shooting from either a treestand or a blind.

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Re: still cant make my mind up help me

I would go with the Stealth over the Turbo. The machined aluminum barrel is worth it to me. There will be less vibration and it's a more solid feel. You really can't go wrong with either of those crossbows though.

I would probably opt for the Wicked Ridge Raider over the Titan.

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Re: still cant make my mind up help me

I have an older Stealth (note no XLT)and my nephew a Turbo XLT. He is a smaller frame guy and the Turbo is perfect for him plus was less expensive. Both are great and Tenpoint customer service cannot be beat. Either choice is a winner.
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