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36 Pistol Crossbow Arrows 50 – 80 Lb

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5 Responses to “36 Pistol Crossbow Arrows 50 – 80 Lb”

  1. Hank G. says:
    35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for target practice, durable, January 21, 2010
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    Hank G.

    This review is from: 36 Pistol Crossbow Arrows 50 – 80 Lb (Misc.)

    Some other reviewers have noted that their bolts have “broken”. I use these plastic bolts with my 80 lb. Cobra crossbow pistol and have shot hundreds of bolts into many different types of targets. Although these reviewers do not explain what they mean when they say the plastic bolts break, I believe they are referring to the tendency for some of the metal tips on some bolts to pull off when they stick in hard or layered (cardboard, etc.)targets. When/if this happens, you can glue the tips back on with Superglue or any other strong adhesive and continue using the bolt. Just drip a little glue into the hollow back of the tip and press the plastic shaft down into it firmly. Wipe off the excess glue. This is not a big deal. The rest of the bolt is one piece of molded plastic and is virtually indestructible. Hope this helps.

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  2. J. Doyle "Big JD" says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pistol Crossbow Bolts, March 15, 2010
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    J. Doyle “Big JD” (Northeast, USA) –
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    This review is from: 36 Pistol Crossbow Arrows 50 – 80 Lb (Misc.)

    I only received black ones, which is why I gave it four stars. If you’re using these for target practice, make sure the target area is light-colored or you may lose most of them. I may add some white or yellow paint on the shafts or plastic “feathers” to make these more visible. I also found that removing the tips and adding Krazy Glue to the area prior to replacing the tips will keep them on for much longer.

    Also, these are MUCH better than the aluminum bolts – I shot the same bolt eight times without a problem (the bolt is still going strong), while with the aluminum bolts, I got four shots out of three bolts before they all broke.

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  3. Jeff's opinion says:
    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Why wouldn’t you use this?, August 17, 2010
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    This review is from: Barnett Rope Cocking Device (Sports)

    It took me 2 years of crossbow hunting to realize that pulling the string back by hand just didn’t make sense. Hopefully it wont take you that long! Don’t know why I resisted buying something so simple. This thing works great. No problem with the rope hooks jumping off the string. You simply loop the rope over the stock notch and slide your hands down toward the bowstring while holding the hooks and hook the string. Grab the handles and pull. String is locked centered on the stock every time. I know this because my string has centering marks on it. They were needed to adjust the string to center after cocking by hand. For the record, I have a Barnett Quad 400 and love that too. I imagine that this will work with many other brands as well.
    The only other thing I can say is that this device seems very well made. I know that I can’t make it for the few dollars it cost to buy it. I’m sure the parts are cheap but my time isn’t. I would highly recommend this to anyone with a crossbow.

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  4. Rick E. L. "WOT lover" says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Really need this!, February 4, 2010
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    Rick E. L. “WOT lover” (St Louis area) –

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    This review is from: Barnett Rope Cocking Device (Sports)

    Seems like you could make one for about $2 worth of rope and a hunk of steel, but if you have a crossbow you need this.
    After cocking my 150 lb crossbow about 4 times during target practice, my fingers had had it!
    I used this once, then took up a little slack in the rope and would NEVER go back to hand cocking again. It seems like it took 90% of the effort to cock it away. Made it so easy to cock that I could practice all day.
    Best investment I made for my crossbow, that and I can use it on other bows too.
    Works great.

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  5. angel928 says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Shorten rope and good to go.., July 14, 2010
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    This review is from: Barnett Rope Cocking Device (Sports)

    The rope lenght is too long, so just pull the end knot out of the handles and put in a new knot taking up some rope on both sides. The plastic hooks that actually pull on the bow string will have less chance to slip off if you first put the rope around the stock then hook on to the string. Thats all it take to make it perfect!

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