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  1. Mission Crossbows
    I will be installing new 60x S/C on my XR today. Also gonna order some threadz. My question is what do yall do to help serving life on the S/C? I read on here somewhere people use silicone grease? I'm wondering if my GAS cables gave out so soon because I didn't lube them properly. I was always...
  2. Barnett Crossbows
    My girlfriends father gave me a wood stock thunderbolt with a snapped cable, is there any way to fix it for a reasonable price? Not sure if a new cable is available, if the limbs would need to be replaced, or if I would need to find a second thunderbolt and strip it for parts.
  3. General Crossbow Discussion
    I have just received my new Barnett XP400 crossbow. From what I can tell it looks like the cables are rubbing pretty hard on the top of the cable rail slot. From what I have found it sounds like some crossbows come with a cable slide while others do not. Mine did not. Would it be fine without a...
  4. CenterPoint Crossbows
    Sorry, its hard for me to explain , Take a look yourself from the pics... Iv seen most cables underneath the rail opposite side than mine, then again some that are the same way as mine... Left side cables are uncrossed, and Right side cables are it right = ? Is it correct...
  5. Mission Crossbows
    I'm posting this to warn everyone that 60xStrings is not a good supplier for Sub1 strings and cables; I have bought strings from them in the past for my other archery equipment, and they have been pretty good. But recently I had them make me a string/cable set for my Sub1, and what I got was...
  6. Barnett Crossbows
    I just got my first crossbow as a gift. When assembling my Jackal, I noticed that instead of having a cable slide with 2 grooves, mine came with 2 cable slides with one big groove. Is one a spare, or should both cable slides be installed to keep the 2 cables from rubbing?
  7. New Member Introductions
    Yesterday, I went out for the forth time this season. Unfortunately, I came back empty-handed. After firing a Barnett decocking bolt, the cable was shredded. Any suggestions on a better brand of cable to replace it? Thanks!
  8. General Crossbow Discussion
    At some point during the life of your crossbow you will need to replace the string. It could be just as preventative measure every few years to prevent damage to your bow, or it could be because your string has broke and you need to replace it with a new one. At that point you will be faced at...
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