Killer Instinct Crossbows

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  1. urban legend

    urban legend Administrator Staff Member

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    Looks like a new crossbow company is coming out. Killer Instinct Crossbows. Their website isn;t active yet, but they will be at the ATA show so I'll check them out.
     

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  2. bobbyd1947

    bobbyd1947 Well-Known Member

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    5 pound trigger pull??
     
  3. Old Summit

    Old Summit Senior Member

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    That's what I was thinking bobbyd1947, would also like to see at the bottom of that advertisement , or you can buy a stripped down version with no accessories . Happy Trails !!!!
     
  4. Wibowhunter21

    Wibowhunter21 New Member

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    Looks sharp for a $500 crossbow and made in the USA!
     
  5. Gilles Quenneville

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    Interesting. They are online now.
     
  6. ben694

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    Other news in ATA in some day!
     
  7. lovetohunt

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    Usually I only buy Barnett when makings a new purchase... but with me being a Michigan native, well I'm gonna have to give this crossbow a try. Very impressed by the specs and lifetime warranty. Can't wait to pick one up and see if its accuracy and dependability will also impress me. Wasn't in the market for a 5th crossbow... but Iam now.
    Happy Hunting
     
  8. Klatch

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    "Thanks for your interest and taking the time to reach out. Killer Instinct crossbows are produced in Taiwan."
     
  9. lovetohunt

    lovetohunt Well-Known Member

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    If a purchase was made and there was an issue would the crossbow be fixed in Michigan? Is there a surplus of parts in stock in Michigan so its repaired/replaced in a timely manner? If there is an issue do I get to speak to someone in Michigan or Taiwan? Lastly, is this crossbow company manufactured and owned by Taiwan people and just sold in the states, or is it a crossbow company owned by American citizen(s) and just manufactured over seas?... and why... meaning is it produced over seas cause its cheaper or because maybe they have a better way of achieving the quality that can't be done here? Not saying the crossbow companies in the states don't have quality... love my crossbows and there manufactured here in the USA. Just wondering if you stumbled upon something that allows you to escape the limb issues, ect.... and that's why its made over seas.
    These are just a few questions I'd like to know before making a purchase... and I'm sure others may be wondering the same.
    Thank you.
    Happy Hunting.
    lovetohunt
     
  10. Klatch

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    I got my information by sending them an email. I got a quick response, so ask them your questions.
    Contact@kicrossbows.com
     
  11. bobbyd1947

    bobbyd1947 Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure they are made overseas but serviced here. Your Jackals are made in China.
     
  12. lovetohunt

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    Thanks Klatch. With Taiwan info and saying thanks for the interest.... well I figured you was a rep.
    I'll definitely be getting ahold of them and I'll post the response to those questions for you and everyone else to read. Thanks again.
    Happy Hunting
    lovetohunt
     

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