Both Barnetts have TT trigger, any thoughts on Barnett ghost 375 or Raptor fx3 ?The sniper from everything I've read, is a great bow for the money. The specialist is an upgraded version, and very well liked for a few more bucks. Can't go wrong with either.
The other I'll ad is carbon express piledriver 390. But it's new and not much feedback on it yet.
I don't think you'd be disappointed with the sniper or specialist. Those owners should be along shortly.
There is a thread In gear reviews on the sniper. It's a long read, but great info.
I've never owned a Barnett bow. My girlfriends cousin owns one, he likes it.Both Barnetts have TT trigger, any thoughts on Barnett ghost 375 or Raptor fx3 ?
Any suggestions ? I'm just looking for the most bang for the buck, no pun intendedSounds like youre letting the speeds of the bows tell you something. Forget speed and start checking warranties, dependability, maintenance issues, etc. Read some reviews on what interests you before dropping that dime. JMO.....
There's just sooooooooooo many good bows out there to choose from these days. You will really need to pick which style of crossbow you like....ie: recurves, compounds, reverse draw, etc. and then start doing a bit of research about those bows you like. From your post it appeared to me that you was really leaning towards the fastest you lised by their speeds...370, 380, then 390. All I'm suggesting is don't get hung up on the speeds. I have an "old school" Vortex by Excalibur that is shooting @ 300-305 fps and have killed deer out to 45 yards with this bow. I haven't missed a deer because of the speed of the bow and any of those deer shot with a 400 fps bow wouldn't have been any deader. Excalibur has a lifetime warranty on the complete setup...even the scope.Any suggestions ? I'm just looking for the most bang for the buck, no pun intended