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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Parker BushWacker and Enforcer are here

We just got a shipment of new Parker Enforcer 160 and BushWacker 150 crossbows. I'll be calling everyone on the list later tonight and tomorrow.

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Did you get my victory arrows yet?
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what are you throughts on the Enforcer

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Victory arrows are in. I will build them today and ship A.S.A.P.

I shot both the Enforcer and BushWacker last night. They are both very lightweight for a crossbow. Same G2 trigger as on the more expensive models. (includes auto safety) It seemed to me that the BushWacker was a little louder than the Enforcer. I can't explain that as the Enforcer is a 160 lb model and should have been louder. Both are much easier to cock than the Tornado. Both seemed to be accurate, but I was testing at 8 yards.
They aren't the quality of the Tornado, but they are nice crossbows at the price they come in at. More testing later today.

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Does the fact that you have a list on these mean your shipment is already sold out ??

I am awaiting the further testing either way and til i can get my hands on one to check out, but so far the Enforcer sounds like a good crossbow for the Mrs and my daughter to share this Fall with the lighter weight and easier cocking than the Tornado, me and the boy are crrently sharing....if the accuracy holds true out to 25-30 is a big factor for me at this point.

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RB, you are on the list but I can't seem to find a phone number. Can you send it through P.M.?

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Victory arrows are in. I will build them today and ship A.S.A.P.

I shot both the Enforcer and BushWacker last night. They are both very lightweight for a crossbow. Same G2 trigger as on the more expensive models. (includes auto safety) It seemed to me that the BushWacker was a little louder than the Enforcer. I can't explain that as the Enforcer is a 160 lb model and should have been louder. Both are much easier to cock than the Tornado. Both seemed to be accurate, but I was testing at 8 yards.
They aren't the quality of the Tornado, but they are nice crossbows at the price they come in at. More testing later today.
My first shots with the new tornado= [email protected] 2inch left adjust sight #[email protected] dead center #3 50yds bullseye. Map scope and arrowhead victory arrow,can't wait to get the new dozen. never shot a crossbow before today,I am hooked now.
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Here are some pics of the BushWacker and Enforcer. Shot at 20 yards with high winds. Not the best day for testing. Both of these bows make more noise than the Tornado. They are however, the best bows in this price range and compare very favorable to some in a higher price range. If you are on a budget, need a bow for your kids or simply a backup bow...you won't find one better for less.

Enforcer 160.


BushWacker 150.

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never shot a crossbow before today,I am hooked now.
They are fun to shoot aren't they?? Just different than anything else out there.




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yes,it was fun to shoot.
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