No string stops !! Looks heavy !!
It has a arrow rest !! but it does look like the arrow leaves the string closer to the rest , unlike the raven .
Built in crank looks good , not sure if i like how they have the cables anchored .
Need better picks to really dig in on this one .
Back in the day Rex told me they really didn't need string stops on their xbow if the barrel was long enough. Maybe the pic in post #3 is a long enough barrel? Or maybe there's a reverse action that cancels it out?
Rubber butt pad once again-yuk. Would rather see that adjustable portion of the check piece in black as well as any hardware. The sun shouldn't ever reflect off your hunting xbow I say.
Respectfully, I'm taking the stance like I'm from the "Show Me" state of Missouri. After last years new Xbow releases I hope there is more "Show me" speed on the chrono and the grain weight of the arrow at the ATA. Not into this "Up To" marketing stuff from multiple Xbow companies that used that tactic.
I do whatever this Xbow is is legit for the consumer.