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I'm looking for info and guidance into buying a crossbow for my 17 yrs old daughter, I have no knowledge with crossbows. Thanks john
 

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Budget? Can she **** one with a rope cocker or will a crank cocker be required? If not sure, you may want to have her try to **** a crossbow with a rope at a box store to see is that will work or not.
 

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I guess a certain word that is rather common in crossbow discussions is now censored? Can moderation discuss removing the censor of this word that we used here all the time in the past?
 

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Check out the Parker line of crossbows. I would look at the Ambusher and Challenger II models. Both are for female/youth sized shooters. The Ambusher has an adjustable stock and draw weight. This helps smaller framed shooter.
 

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X2 on the Parker Challenger. Have one for my Daughter. Loves it. Shoots great right out of the box. I use it also due to the lightweight!!
 

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Call Arrowhead.He knows crossbows and can help you.Look at the sticky at the top of this forum.
 

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Budget? Can she **** one with a rope cocker or will a crank cocker be required? If not sure, you may want to have her try to **** a crossbow with a rope at a box store to see is that will work or not.
How about can she get it cocked with a rope type?Is a crank type cocker needed?Does the store have a range to discharge a cocked crossbow?If used in that context I would not have a problem.You won't either.
 

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I am not sure how much Arrowhead visits here any more? Have seen him post in a very long time.
 
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