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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-02-2013, 01:30 AM Thread Starter
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Excalibur SMF

Looking for a starter crossbow and I've been eyeing up the cheaper excalibur crossbows. Are there any advantages or disadvantages to the SMF (synthetic main frame)?
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Re: Excalibur SMF

Can't go wrong with that bow, IMO. Many seasoned crossbow hunters shoot the synthetic barreled Excals. I think it actually helps to absorb vibration a bit on a generally loud crossbow type(recurve).

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Re: Excalibur SMF

My Dad has the axiom with the SMF and it is a really nice bow. They are definitely a great buy at their price.

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Re: Excalibur SMF

They are lighter in weight. This is both an advantage and a disadvantage. Easy to carry and slightly more difficult to shoot offhand. For me personally, the lightweight is a good trade off. I just love the 175 lb. Excaliburs too.

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