Whats the quietest crossbow available

Discussion in 'General Crossbow Discussion' started by westpadeadeye, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. westpadeadeye

    westpadeadeye New Member

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    Im wondering what the quietest crossbow is above 300 fps. Im new to this stuff and need some info..
    thanks
    larry
     
  2. vixenmaster

    vixenmaster Guest

    Scorpyd RDT125
     
  3. Ventilator

    Ventilator Active Member

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    The quietest I have heard is the Scorpyd RDT 125 at 370 FPS, but I would imagine the Scorpyd RDT 100 would be a little quieter at 330 FPS.
     
  4. westpadeadeye

    westpadeadeye New Member

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    are the scorpyd a durable crossbow
     
  5. rt2bowhunter

    rt2bowhunter Senior Member

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    The Scorpyd 125 is a pretty quiet bow compared to the ones i have shot.I will let others answer the durability question. I have only had mine for a month. I have shot it a good bit and hunted with it. I'm am very happy with the bow and would buy again with out second thought.
     
  6. Sagittarius

    Sagittarius Senior Member

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    Scorpyd crossbows are built like tanks.
    All their parts are large scale and very robust.
    They have a Type III finish that's virtually indestructible.
    Doubt there's a stronger built compound crossbow available.
    Go to youtube and type "Scorpyd" in the search block to view the videos.
    The PSE Tac series seems to be built very well too but have no experience with them.
     
  7. Cossack

    Cossack Incurable Tinkerer

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    Quiet crossbows is oxymoronic. One may be a tad less loud than another, NONE are so quiet as a vert or that a deer won't hear it going off. Pick a bow for how it feels and shoots well for you, quiet it won't be regardless. :rolleyes:
     
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    My 2 cents: Dont pick a crossbow strictly for sound. Everybody has their personal performance on what is important to them, but focusing strictly on sound is probably not a good idea. My personal decision focused on reliability, accuracy, and manufacturer's reputation.
     
  9. Moon

    Moon Senior Member

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    Ranger x 2 :)

    Quietest SCM Twinbow Six Pack $1,800.00 Horton V 175 $799.00
     

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