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  1. Barnett Crossbows
    I purchased a Barnett Wildcat crossbow a couple of years ago and it has been great. One time while using it, the nock ends broke. I kept looking for ones online, but I couldn't find any. Does anyone know where I can find parts for it? The draw weight for the crossbow is 195 lbs.
  2. General Crossbow Discussion
    Just got my bow back from my local pro shop and they told me that I am s*** out of luck because I have bent axles and Barnett does not produce said parts for that specific bow anymore. Is it possible to bend the axles back into place or is that just something that’s not possible.
  3. General Crossbow Discussion
    I noticed the one on the left seems crooked compared to the right one. Not the best photo but as you can see, you can see an equal amount of space between the cams and the limbs on the right side but not on the left side. Is that normal?
  4. General Crossbow Discussion
    Hey, My father in law has a Wildcat Mk1 that he has had from about 1975. Recently having an issue with the safety not disengaging. He is looking to see if the trigger group could be replaced. Where he could find some spare parts. Any help appreciated. Jim
  5. General Crossbow Discussion
    So I'm currently working on choosing my first crossbow and I was curious what you guys thought. I've pretty much narrowed it down to two, but I'm having a tough time picking between them. Right now I'm looking at the Barnett Wildcat Recurve and the Barnett Expedition 350. Current pricing is...
  6. General Crossbow Discussion
    Wildcat C5™ - The best selling bow of all time is the foundation of this awesome compound crossbow. - Lightweight GAM™ composite stock, thumbhole grip, and vented quad limbs. - High energy wheels combined with a synthetic string and cable system. - Ships with Barnett’s ADF trigger system. -...
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