New from Barnett Crossbows for 2016 is the Ghost 415 Revenant Crossbow. This new crossbow shoots arrows at a blistering 415 fps and produces an amazing 153 foot pounds of kinetic energy. All this from a crossbow that is only 20" wide axle to axle and weighs only 7 pounds. The overall length is just over 37" long. The Barnett Ghost 415 features the Carbonlite Riser Technology or CRT. The design of this lighter riser helps to balance the crossbow by reducing the weight at the front end of making for a better balanced crossbow. The CRT riser is said to be 43% lighter than traditional risers.

Another feature on the Barnett Ghost 415 Revenant crossbow is a the TriggerTech trigger. TriggerTech is known in the crossbow industry for making glass smooth frictionless triggers. So it only made sense to have one in this crossbow. The TriggerTech trigger has zero keep and is said to have a 3 pound trigger pull. The flight track of the Ghost 415 and the picatinny rails CNC machined aluminum. The rail also includes flared out wings to help keep out of the way and safe. To hold the arrow down securely to the rail, the Ghost 415 Revenant is equipped with a bristle brush arrow retainer. The stock on the Ghost 415 Revenant from Barnett Crossbows is a lightweight composite material and has a passthrough fore grip and an adjustable butt pad. The bow also comes with custom composite laminated limbs which produce the 185 pound draw weight. The Ghost 415 has a power stroke of 15.375" long and comes with Crosswire string and cables. Barnett also includes strings suppressors as a standard feature on the Ghost 415.

The crossbow is available in a Mossy Oak camouflage or a black camo finish. The Barnett Ghost 415 Revenant crossbow comes as a package which includes aa rope cocking aid, 3 arrow quiver, three 22" Headhunter arrows, and an 1.5x5x32 scope with illuminated reticle, and a Talon crossbow sling.  In integrated crank style cocking device is also available as an option for this crossbow.

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