Plus I will bet that the new trigger in the TP is still not as good as the Scorpyd trigger. You can also change and tune the strings and cables on the Scorpyd without a press.Flip a coin. I don't see a wrong choice here. I would be a bit hesitant buying introductory year technology of the Ten Point crank system, and the Scorpyd is faster, more powerful and proven.
Let me add, what are your goals and the way you hunt.A: Never buy a brand new model xbow.
B: Do research extensively models you think you like. There's the crossbow hunting site on Facebook as well as brand specific sites on Facebook that survey a large population. CBN and, CT.
C: Go on xbow shooting adventures. You may bring home something totally different than you thought you wanted. Seen it happen multiple times over the years.
C: Is the most fun. You'll learn something for yourself. I tend to look for ANY posted problems what-so-ever with xbows because that's something I want NO participation in.ymmv
I hope you enjoy launching arrows from your new xbow for years to come.
Curious as to the thumbs up for the viper over the vapor?I shot both at the show and both are good crossbows but I'd take the Viper over it myself. I think it will be the most popular crossbow this year. Light weight IMO, good trigger and tiny! But go shoot them for yourself before you decide.
Looking at the new tenpoint viper or the Scorpyd Death stocker 420. I only hunt deer, black bear and turkeys most shots are under 40 yards in the woods any advice would be appreciated. Also might consider a Ravin R26.