yes correct......look up KI, they have far more issues with limbs....what good is a crossbow/warranty if it's out for repairs? plus in less then 5 years one will be wanting a new crossbowHelp me understand. CenterPoint warrants 5 years. Killer Instinct warrants lifetime?
The rings are left loose as you need to set your eye relief and level the scope before tightening down the rings.Got it in hand today, many thanks to @BHC for the tip off! Feels very solid - several of the bolts already had blue loctite on them. I have not loctited anything else at this point - going to see how it "feels" when I shoot it the first time. The scope mounts do not exude confidence; the rings weren't tight out of the box; snug, but not tight, and I only use the included allen wrench so I don't risk crushing anything.
The instructions were not as specific as I would've appreciated, but it came together fine. The adhesive to hold the rail cap pad to the rail cap fell out (maybe dried?) but I managed to recover enough of it to keep the pad on long enough to mount the riser to the rail. Not sure why, but I was expecting it to have the finger retainer, but it has the bearing retainer which is a happy surprise. I will sight it in tomorrow (got a DM SpeedBag) - going to compare the Hobo Archery Hammerfist arrows to the CP factory arrows. And Wal-Mart had a nice SuperSling in the clearance section, so there you go. Amazon can't seem to find the BHs I ordered, but gave me a $5 credit for my patience.
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Yeah, probably better stated it came in above average for a chinese scope, with 3 bolts snug(ish) and 1 very loose, slight canted. Bubble jig on the turret helped true up the reticle - to my eye anyway. As for eye relief, there's a lot of real estate on the rail, plus adjustable length stock, and adjustable height cheek - really nice set up.The rings are left loose as you need to set your eye relief and level the scope before tightening down the rings.