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For 2020, TenPoint has designed and released three new crossbows in the Wicked Ridge brand line-up that are faster, lighter, and narrower than ever before. This technologically advanced offering marks a new era for the Wicked Ridge brand as TenPoint revolutionizes the value-priced, American-built crossbow market.

The NEW M-370™ is the lightest crossbow in the world, weighing in at just 5.8-pounds. The model features a featherweight stock design and an extremely narrow 9.5-inch bow assembly capable of producing speeds up to 370 FPS. With a modest price tag starting at $669.99, the M-370 is the only American-built, high performance crossbow on the market today.


The Invader 400™ is the latest and greatest version in the best-selling Invader crossbow series. Shooting up to 400 FPS, 40 FPS faster than the preceding model’s performance, the Invader 400 also now includes a 3x Pro-View 3™ lighted scope. With a starting price of just $569.99, the Invader 400 gives crossbow consumers the opportunity to shoot an American-built, high-performance crossbow for less than $600.00, yielding the greatest performance-to-value ratio ever offered in the Wicked Ridge line.


The Rampage 360™ is the lowest priced crossbow to ever include a built-in cocking device in the stock. This crossbow can be purchased with the ACUdraw 50™ rope-style cocking mechanism or the ACUdraw™ crank-style device, which allow for the user to effortlessly and accurately cock the crossbow every time. With crossbow packages starting at $459.99 and a 360 FPS performance rating, the Rampage 360 is the most feature-packed, value-priced, American-built crossbow available for sale in the marketplace today.


Why TenPoint made these design advancements:

Rick Bednar, CEO, states, “We were asked by our customers to deliver crossbow designs in the Wicked Ridge line that are higher performance, ultra-maneuverable, and value-priced. The new Wicked Ridge crossbow models are the result, as they are the best hunting crossbows available today for less than $700.00. What truly separates these models from their competitors is built-in cocking devices, American-built quality, narrow technology, and out-of-the-box accuracy. These crossbows are designed specifically for the budget-conscious hunter who is seeking to maximize his crossbow investment.”

For more information, please visit https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com/shop/wicked-ridge-crossbows/
 

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They tested using a 370 grain arrow so around 348/350 FPS using a 435 grain arrow. I would use a 400 grain @ 360 fps.
Oops, I meant 425grain arrow setup so you can add a few more fps to that formula. :cool:

Can't wait to see chrono tests when it's released. Nice look Xbow. Like the Camo pattern.

As for the trigger, I know only the T5 per my 2019 models. That is a good trigger box. Not familiar with T4. I'm sure more then good enough. Wishing TenPoint/Wicked Ridge the best with their 2020 models.
 

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Oops, I meant 425grain arrow setup so you can add a few more fps to that formula. :cool:

Can't wait to see chrono tests when it's released. Nice look Xbow. Like the Camo pattern.

As for the trigger, I know only the T5 per my 2019 models. That is a good trigger box. Not familiar with T4. I'm sure more then good enough. Wishing TenPoint/Wicked Ridge the best with their 2020 models.
Didn’t you have the Wicked Ridge RDX400?
 

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I was wondering about why Tom said that myself. I guess he did not even notice the difference in the triggers.
Why did you sell the WR400 after having BCross set it up for you?
Honestly, I think the Ten Point TurboM1 had the T5 trigger and I could not feel a noticeable difference vs the T4 trigger. Hey, that's me. It sure wasn't a wow moment at all between the two. :D
 

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Honestly, I think the Ten Point TurboM1 had the T5 trigger and I could not feel a noticeable difference vs the T4 trigger. Hey, that's me. It sure wasn't a wow moment at all between the two. :D
IMO there is not a big difference in the two in the lower poundage bows. I think once you get to the Nitro's you can tell the difference. The T5 I had in the Nitro XRT felt about like the T4 did in the older bows. For instance the first year they introduced the Nitro X the trigger was not too good but when they dropped the T5 in it then it was better

Short version....I haven't shot the new WR bows but the T4 in them shouldn't be too bad
 
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