Thats why I am leaning towards the Parker BB175, you get a good warranty for limbs, trigger and body (minus the usual string, cable and wheel (wear parts)) I am not physically disabled and I can not see spending top dollar on a crossbow.dpms said:Kind of a interesting question. Quite a few speed bows out there right now that put alot of stress on their components.
I stopped at the LGS because I need some vanes and nocks for the bow. I spent some time talking about cross bows and the advice I got was Horton and Excals.Jock said:I wish I would have spent the extra coin and bought the Tornado because of limb length and hunting out of a tree stand.
#150 pound bows come in many forms. Some manufacturers are getting amazing speeds out of #150 or less. When talkin kinetic energy, we need to be talking speed and not poundage.jon8777 said:Other than a shot in the shoulder blade that's going to be bad news for any arrow or bolt, is there any advantage to buying a 175 over a 150 for deer hunting?