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Mine came with 20 inch arrows with moon nocks. I have 2 of these crossbows and so far I love them. This was my 1st compound crossbow and I wanted one that would last me for a while so I decided to purchase these and I was able to get them at a great price. I have been an Excalibur crossbow owner for over 10 years now so I knew this was a crossbow that they would stand behind for any warranty service if I ever had any. This crossbow is very quiet and well balanced, the only issue is getting used to the trigger that has constant tension on it with the Bullpup design of the stock. I had mine for only a week and was fortunate to take a mature doe with it at 36 yards. I believe if you give this crossbow a chance it will be a great one for you.
 
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Mine came with 20 inch arrows with moon nocks. I have 2 of these crossbows and so far I love them. This was my 1st compound crossbow and I wanted one that would last me for a while so I decided to purchase these and I was able to get them at a great price. I have been an Excalibur crossbow owner for over 10 years now so I knew this was a crossbow that they would stand behind for any warranty service if I ever had any. This crossbow is very quiet and well balanced, the only issue is getting used to the trigger that has constant tension on it with the Bullpup design of the stock. I had mine for only a week and was fortunate to take a mature doe with it at 36 yards. I believe if you give this crossbow a chance it will be a great one for you.
Thanks for the info. Not sure I follow you on the trigger ? Is it a long sinking trigger or stiff and break sudden type of trigger ?
Wheres a cheap place to purchase them ?
 

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I don't think you can fix the trigger that's in it by replacing it with a replacement trigger, The Bull Pup design of the stock and trigger is what puts the tension on it. You could call Danny Miller the US warranty rep and he can tell you how to modify it to make it better. Probably the best thing to do is just shoot it and get used to it the way it is.
 

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I don't think you can fix the trigger that's in it by replacing it with a replacement trigger, The Bull Pup design of the stock and trigger is what puts the tension on it. You could call Danny Miller the US warranty rep and he can tell you how to modify it to make it better. Probably the best thing to do is just shoot it and get used to it the way it is.
I just want more info on what the trigger feels like so I can see if its shootable for me ?
Is it a long sinking trigger or stiff and break sudden type of trigger ?
 
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