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#1 Urban Legend

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Posted 09 January 2014 - 08:18 PM

  Checked out the Native Crossbows booth at the ATA.  I was told that they are gaining momentum and dealers daily.  They have a new crossbow called the ONYX this year that is not only priced right, but has some nice performance for the money.   With a MAP 0f $525.00 this bow shoots at 305 feet per second and has the same trigger mechanism as the higher end crossbows along with the aluminum extruded rail. It is only a 130 pound draw weight and has an overall length of 35" including the foot stirrup and is only 17" wide when cocked.  Native Crossbows also has three other crossbows in their lineup ranging from $599 - $799 and shooting arrows anywhere from 320 - 350 feet per second.

 

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#2 DaveShooter

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 05:22 PM

Mighty nice looking bows!!!!-Where are they made????



#3 DaveShooter

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 05:24 PM

Never mind where made see it on side of the bow-USA!



#4 Silverjack

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Posted 14 January 2014 - 06:42 PM

Nice looking xbow,but in the second pic it looks like there's quite a bit of string pressure on the barrel.



#5 NativeXBow

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 11:00 AM

Hi Everyone,

 

I just wanted to address the comments above.. thanks for the interest by the way!  The bows are 100% Made In USA, with most of the work being done at our main office in Indiana.  The pics above are at a bit of an angle making it appear to have a heavy amount of string down pressure, however there is just enough to shoot both flat and moon nocks but not too much as compared to some.

 

Again thank you for the interest and we hope you all have a good year!

 

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