Barnett Ghost 410

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  1. urban legend

    urban legend Administrator Staff Member

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    Barnett Introduces the All New Ghost 410


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    With a blistering speed of 410 fps, a nearly pound in weight reduction and a more compact, forgiving design, Barnett's Ghost 410 is breaking records in speed and innovation leaving the competition behind in the dust.

    Weighing in at just 7.3 pounds and only 19" inches wide, this bow is no doubt a game changer. It may be lighter and faster than its predecessor, the Ghost 400, but the 410 has maintained some of its most impressive features. Like the 400, the 410 features Barnett's proprietary Carbonlite Riser Technology (CRT), which shifts the balance point away from the riser and back to the shoulder of the shooter. This allows for improved maneuverability and faster target acquisition. Barnett's unique patent-protected, ultra-light, super-strong Carbonlite riser boasts an incredible 5-to-1 safety factor and provides the perfect balance of weight and speed.

    The aluminum flight track produces the smoothest shot in the industry without the added weight. The CROSSWIRE[sup]®[/sup] string and cable system blends Barnett's fibers with the industry's toughest serving materials, ensuring the shooter has the most stable and reliable string in the industry. As a result, shooters experience a faster, quieter and more precise shot. In addition, the crossbow comes with an Anti Dry Fire Trigger Safety System, making it even more reliable in all conditions.

    Three 22" arrows, Barnett's new Talon crossbow sling, a new Carbon Cross[sup]®[/sup]three-arrow quiver, a rope-cocking device and premium paper-sighted illuminated scope all come standard in the Ghost 410 package.

    Features at a glance:
    • Ultralight CRT© (Carbonlite) Riser
    • Barnett Custom Composite Laminated Limbs
    • ADF (Anti Dry Fire) Trigger Safety System
    • MIM (Metal Injection Mold) Tight Tolerance Trigger
    • CNC Machined Aluminum Flight Track
    • CNC Machined 7/8" Picatinny Rail
    • CROSSWIRE String and Cable System
    • Barnett Talon Crossbow Sling
    • Rope Cocking Device included
    • Allows for the Integration of a Crank Cocking Device
    • Finger Guards Pass Through Foregrip
    Specs:
    • 7.3 lbs weight
    • 38" length
    • 19" width
    • 22" arrow length
    • 410 fps
    • 185 lb draw weight
    • 151 ft. lbs energy
    • 15.75" power stroke

    From its inception, over a half century ago, Barnett Crossbows has led the industry with pioneering innovations and patents to become the world's number one manufacturer of crossbows. Barnett's engineers have created its latest range of crossbows based on the changing needs and desires of today's hunters. Lightweight, adjustable and powerful, Barnett has brought crossbow technology to the height it stands at today. Barnett is committed to delivering high quality performance products with unparalleled service and value for all that use the Barnett Range. Built for maximum speed, efficiency and Built for the Hunt!
     
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  2. Tim50

    Tim50 Well-Known Member

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    Intresting looking bow!
     
  3. lovetohunt

    lovetohunt Well-Known Member

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    Don't see too many differences in the picture from my current ghost 400. Doesn't mean I'm not interested... it means I can't wait to try one out. Although I won't be purchasing one till one of my three Barnett's breaks outside of warranty. I'm drooling over the info.
     
  4. Highlander

    Highlander I Didn't Do It.

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    Ghost 400 PRODUCT SPECS

    Velocity
    400 FPS
    Draw Weight
    185lbs
    Energy
    151 FT-LBS
    Power Stroke
    15.75 IN
    Weight
    8.2lbs

    Length
    38 IN
    Width
    24 IN

    Arrow Length
    22 IN

    There are some differences. ;)
     
  5. Thunderbolt

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    Interesting bow...but i'd like to see Barnett come up with a shorter axle to axle length...their bow's are getting clumbersome ..compared to some....I'd give up speed for shorter axle to axle...
     
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  7. lovetohunt

    lovetohunt Well-Known Member

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    Lol. Thanks Highlander. Perhaps I should of explained myself better. I know the difference in specs, what I was meaning by "hard to tell differences", was that they look very similar.
    Thanks for answering to my comment though. I'm sure your info has given others a better spec side by side caparison. Don't have to search other sites to compare.
    Thanks friend.
     
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  9. Highlander

    Highlander I Didn't Do It.

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    Love to Hunt,

    Not a lot of difference that I can see, I agree. ;)

    I don't see any change in the trigger housing that the scope rail is fastened to, which is my beef with my Ghost. Can't see what's going on under the trigger housing though. I hope they strengthened it up.
     
  10. lovetohunt

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    Agreed. Although my Ghost 400 is reliable, accurate, ect, there are some improvements I'd like to see. Not complaining about what I got, otherwise I wouldn't still own it. Love my Ghost 400. But as with any product, there can always be improvements.
     
  11. AndyC

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    Hard to tell from the pic, but looks like another Barnett bow lacking a cable slide, with a lot of upward pressure from the cables onto and under the stock :sad: . Happy to be corrected on this!

    Also, hope the arrow retainer is more durable than current designs.

    Otherwise an interesting unit. Look forward to reading/seeing some real world tests and reviews.
     
  12. Cowsword

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    I reckon the retainer issue must be related to temperature and humidity.

    I live in the tropics, with very high humidity all year round. My G400 is a couple of days away from making its 400th shot (on its second serving, and its looking a bit sad though).

    A delrin retainer would undoubtedly solve the problem if temp/moisture was the problem.
     
  13. msciresa

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    Shouldn't ke be 158.7 lbs.
     
  14. offshorebandit

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    [sub]it wouldnt suprise me ir they are useing a 390gr arrow to get the 410 fps [/sub]
     
  15. Kenny B

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    any idea when it will be on the stors and how much will it be?
     
  16. msciresa

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    Said in arrow trade magazine ad 410+fps, more than likely the most powerful crossbow on the market! I can't wait for the ata show starts 1/7/13!
     
  17. KodiakIslandArchery

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    Might have to put this one on the "to buy" list...real soon
     
  18. ronaround

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    i also would like to know has the scope rail been beefed up so we can use heaver scopes and possibly the HHA with it.
    also possible wear on the downward pressure with the shafts getting groves on them?
     
  19. Hunting Sc

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    Any idea on a release date for this? miss my predator crt and almost bought a ghost 400 the other day..maybe jesse can chime in on this unless someone else knows..

    Thanx guys.

    Chris
     
  20. Gilles Quenneville

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    Any Idea what will be the pricing ?
     

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