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#3199527 - 03/27/19 09:33 PM Karnage Apocalypse
perch161 Offline
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Registered: 11/16/08
Posts: 235
Loc: Lindenhurst IL
Anyone have any experience with this bow? I'm new to crossbows. Looking for entry level, only moderately interested in deer hunting. I got access to some good deer hunting land close to the house.

It doesn't set up very good for coyote hunting so I thought I would try to kill a stupid deer.

What I was wondering is how well you've grouped with it?is the scope that comes with it any good? What are your overall thoughts about it? Not just for the price.

Thanks in advance.

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#3206857 - 06/29/19 01:29 AM Re: Karnage Apocalypse [Re: perch161]
pyscodog Online
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Registered: 12/04/06
Posts: 13493
Loc: okla
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#3207101 - 07/02/19 07:00 AM Re: Karnage Apocalypse [Re: perch161]
tomcat388th Offline
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Registered: 01/09/09
Posts: 309
Loc: IL
Another entry bow to look at is the Center Point sniper 370 I picked mine up on Amazon for around 250 bucks 2 years ago. Has really good reviews. Very accurate mine at 50 yards off a good rest will hit a 1 inch aim dot as long as I do my part. The only gripe I have is it has a real long trigger pull. I did upgrade my bolts to piledrivers. So far I have taken 6 deer 3 with 100 grain spitfires and 3 with 100 swackers.
Justin
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#3223532 - 12/19/19 09:00 AM Re: Karnage Apocalypse [Re: perch161]
GTOHunter Offline
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Registered: 01/08/12
Posts: 1437
Loc: Southeast Missouri
There are several things to check when buying and picking out a Crossbow.

Does the Bow Shop or Company Warranty the Bow?
How Heavy is the Crossbow?
How wide are the limbs when Open and when drawn back.
How Noisy is it when it is shot?
Can You add sound deadeners/silencers to it?
When drawing the string back does it use the hand held cocking device or an easier hand crank?
What is the cost of the Bow?
Can it be used easily in a Ladder Stand,Blind or Box Blind?
Does it have safety features?
Is it easy to use?
Is it Accurate?


Edited by GTOHunter (12/19/19 09:02 AM)
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