I guess they are all pretty good. I like and have Excalibur's. You can work on them yourself, change a string in the field and 100% guarantee and service. Wheeled bows are nice but if you have to take it in for service or a tune up you better have a back up because it will probably be the end of the season before you see it again.
Simple is nice.
If you are good with that price range, the SUB-1 is an excellent choice. It is one of the smoothest shooting crossbows out there. It has the best de-cocking feature on the market as well. They have been very reliable too. Missions can be worked on yourself which is a nice feature. The limbs bolts can be backed out and strings and cables changed without a press if you are comfortable doing that.Can anyone give me advice on buying a new crossbow. Looking at the Mission Sub-1 crossbow. They are very pricey around $1500.
Can anyone give me advice on buying a new crossbow. Looking at the Mission Sub-1 crossbow. They are very pricey around $1500. Is it worth the price ??? Anyone have one, any problems with them ??? Can I get some advice. Thanks
I agree on the Centerpoint crossbows, they’re not that expensive I have the Sniper. I trashed my scope that came with it, put a Hawke red dot sight on it. I use the 20” Beaman bolts and they shoot great. Killed a doe with it last fallThis past winter I purchased my first crossbow, not knowing if I will like it or not (still love my compound) I wasn't set on purchasing a crossbow that costed alot of money. Friend of mine was in the same boat as me in late summer of 2017 and he purchased a Centerpoint 380 Tormentor. After handling it, I went on to purchasing one. It's a solid, well made crossbow, the provided quiver, scope needed replacement cause I didn't care for them, I got the Kwikke Kiver and I got a SA-Sport 550 Illuminated scope. Kiver was about $18.00 on Ebay, the scope was under $60.00 on Sportsmansguide.com...... The provided bolts are poor for hunting in my opinion, good enough to use a discharge bolt