After trying to find a setup to zero my scope with what I had at home, I decided to give a shot a building a shooting rest.
While looking for building materials at the hardware store, I found these beauties:
For what must be $5...
Horton/TenPoint 4x32 scope brand new with rings, scope cover, cleaning cloth and allen wrench for rings. The scope came un-mounted with a brand new bow from TenPoint Innovations. I set it to the side because I wanted one with a speed ring. Asking $60 TYD in the lower 48 states.
For sale is a Stryker Solution LS (390fps) Crossbow Package, complete and ready to hunt. This gently pre-owned (2014) crossbow has only very minor signs of use, and is in perfect working condition. String was replaced with Stryker OEM string in 2016. $525 plus $38 Shipping (Lower 48)
How much of a knock will you let your bow / scope take before you assume it needs to be checked?
Like if I hit a pothole in the car on the way to the woods? Or if I bump a tree with my stock?
If I dropped it hauling it up into my stand, from more than about 6", I would for sure, but...
Anybody ever tried putting something stronger than 4x on a crossbow?
For a number of reasons, I'd like more magnification.
I'm also not situated to spend much on this. Is there any reason why I can't just throw a basic 3-9x40 on my Sniper? Anyone tried this and have any recommendations?
Does anyone have an experience with this red dot? I bought a Center Point Sniper 370 & it came with a CP 4x32 illuminated scope that I don;t care a lot for. I was thinking of switching to this red dot, but wondered if anyone had good or bad to say about it.
Just purchased a horton super mag from a yard sale. Looking to replace the peep sight with a scope so, I am looking for info on where to get a rail to mount my scope. The ones I have found so far are for crossbows with the dial sight and this one does nit have that. Thanks for any help.
My wife wants my illuminated optic on her crossbow as she cant see her crosshairs at night for hog hunting, I said thats fine if we get me a new optic. The issue is I am lost in the sauce when it comes to glass, What is my best bet with a Sniper370 and $200 dollar limit?
MINT SPRING, VA. Parker Bows, a manufacturer of high quality Compound bows, Crossbows and RED HOT brand Crossbow Accessories is proud to introduce the new RED HOT brand 1X Illuminated Multi-Reticle Crossbow Scope. This multi-purpose crossbow scope is perfect for crossbow hunters looking to...
Chances are you bought a crossbow that came in a package and it included a scope of some sort. You may love the scope that came with it, or you may not. If you’ve ever thought about upgrading your scope, or simply just want to try a new one, there are some things to consider before purchasing...
New for 2013, Hawke Optics will have two new scopes that are sure to be a hit for the crossbow hunter. The Hawke XB30 Compact SR & MAP scope offer the same 30mm mono tube chassis just like the original XB30 crossbow scope, but are much more compact and lighter. The original XB30 which included a...
TenPoint Introduces Top Quality Variable Speed,
Arrow Drop-Compensating Scope
Mogadore, OH. TenPoint Crossbow Technologies®, a leader in the production of technologically advanced
crossbows and crossbow accessories, introduces the NEW RangeMaster Pro™ Scope. This scope comes standard
RANGE ‘EM …. DIAL‘EM….TAG ‘EM ….WITH A PIN POINT SCOPE.
Parker Crossbows introduces the revolutionary “Pin Point” Dial-a-Distance scope.
As crossbows get faster and more advanced, optics must keep up with the changing times and performance expectations of today’s modern hunter.
The New Pin...
TenPoint Upgrades Popular Pro-View Scope
Mogadore, OH. At the 2011 ATA Show, TenPoint Crossbow Technologies®, an industry leader in crossbow
technology, will unveil its NEW 3x Pro-View 2™ Scope, an enhanced version of its popular 3x Pro-View™
Calibrated for crossbows that shoot in the...
How do I sight in my crossbow? What are the lines for on the inside of my scope? At what yardage should I start? These are all commonly asked questions when it comes to sighting in your crossbow for the first time. Sighting in your crossbow can seem confusing, but in reality, it really is