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NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD)

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NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD)

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Crossbow with Red Dot Sight - Compact light weight design- fun for all ages - Strong steel cable bow with brass pulleys - Unique rear cocking system - 90 lb draw weight - Front and rear sights, plus a 3/8" dovetail rail - Includes 10 long arrows, 10 short arrows, and arrow retrieving kit with string spool and 4 retrieving arrows

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NcStar Crossbow with Scope (CS)

  • Five-pound youth crossbow has 100-pound draw weight and 200-foot effective range, and convenient built-in compass
  • 4x20 scope with 20-millimeter multi-coated lens
  • Also comes with ten 6.25-inch arrows, ten three-inch darts, four seven-inch retrieval arrows, and two retrieval reels
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
  • This item is not for sale in some specific zip codes
Crossbow with 4x20 Scope - Compact light weight design- fun for all ages - Strong steel cable bow with brass pulleys - Unique rear cocking system - 90 lb draw weight - Front and rear sights, plus a 3/8" dovetail rail - Includes 10 long arrows, 10 short arrows, and arrow retrieving kit with string spool and 4 retrieving arrowsThe NcSTAR junior crossbow with 4x20 scope is a durable, affordable way to introduce aspiring archers to the excitement of a crossbow. The lightweight, five-pound bow has a

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5 Responses to “NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD)”

  1. Sam Addams says:
    117 of 135 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Only 35# draw weight, this is just a little toy crossbow, October 6, 2010
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    This review is from: NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD) (Sports)

    I am an engineer, so I am sure I assembled and tested this correctly. After assembling it, I put the back end of it down on a calibrated weight measuring scale and manually pushed the string (actually cable) all the way back to cock it. All the force I applied to the string (cable) was transmitted directly onto the scale. But the scale only read 35 lbs with the string (cable) pushed all the way back to the fully cocked position. I call that 35 lbs draw weight, not the “90 lbs draw weight” that was advertised. If you want more proof, I can cock it by pulling the string (cable) all the way back with one hand, not using the cocking lever at all, and I am a 60 year old computer geek, not a muscle builder. There is no way I could pull the string (cable) all the way back with one hand if it took more than 40 lbs of force. Here are some other measurements I took on this toy crossbow fully assembled: 25.3″ length over all, 18″ bow span tip to tip lying flat, 14.5″ strung bow span axle to axle, 6.5″ power stroke, 2.75″ small arrow length, 6.25″ large arrow length, and the arrows have no nock or any way to keep them centered on the string (cable). If you want a dangerous toy for a pre-teen youth and are willing to supervise so no one gets injured, the price of this toy crossbow is reasonable. But it should be advertised more honestly as a 35 lb draw weight toy.

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  2. J. Smith says:
    46 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Eh…, May 26, 2006
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    J. Smith (Covina, California) –
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    This review is from: NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD) (Sports)

    The crossbow comes with alot of nice things… but the build quality is “meh” and as far as power goes… its not… at 60 feet the bolts bounce out of an old RV door while my cobra x-bow buries them all an inch deep at least the accessories will go nice with my cobra the problem is that the way the bow is mounted, the string drags along the shaft so severeley that it robs alot of the power, that, and the cocking mechanism isnt always… locking

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  3. Chad Sorensen "Chad Sorensen" says:
    57 of 68 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    DO NOT BUY!!, May 5, 2006
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    Chad Sorensen “Chad Sorensen” (Moxee, WA USA) –
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    This review is from: NcStar Crossbow with Red Dot (CD) (Sports)

    I shot one arrow with no problems. Then, shot a second… It completely broke in half! I goudged the living heck out of my pinkey finger (I will be okay)!! I cannot believe that something like this is so UNSAFE, POOR CRAFTSMANSHIP, I WOULD NEVER BUY THIS EVER!!!

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  4. B. Wilson says:
    46 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    if I could give it zero stars, I would —– junk, February 1, 2010
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    B. Wilson
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    This review is from: NcStar Crossbow with Scope (CS) (Sports)

    broke after firing 3 bolts. latch mechanism that holds the wire ‘string’ would not hold and while
    trying to get it to hold, handle snapped in half. cut my hand up too. what a P.O.S. plus, the cheap bolts (plastic) separated from the head
    while in flight.

    trash. keep your money and use it toward something better!

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  5. Mitchell J. Snyder says:
    44 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    disapointed, June 26, 2010
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    i bought this little crossbow just for fun, and maybe to teach the nieces and nephew about shooting and safe weapons handling when they are ready.

    before the first time that i shot the thing i noticed that the rear open site was cheaply made, after a few shots i gave up on the idea of using open sites due to the fact that every shot would change zero. so if you get it just remove the rear site and go all scope. it did preform fairly well once i got the little 4×20 air gun scope zeroed.

    when i got done shooting it for the first time i dissembled it for storage in its original box
    leaving the scope on it in hopes of not having to re-zero it, alas it was a moot point, as when i took it out of the box two weeks later the prod (bow part) had a crack right down the middle and would not be terably safe to atempt to shoot.
    i’ll try to track down a new prod if the price is right.

    another minor gripe. on the right hand side there is inlayed a small what i would call a “that-a-way” compass. these uesualy have a small amount of liquid inside, however this one was dry, and pointed no where near north. they arnt realy good for navigation at the best of times and in this instance completly useless.

    i didnt expect much when i ordered, but even those low expectations were optimistic

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