I like the anti dry fire mechanism on the TenPoints. I have read about some of you dry fire your bows, especially the excal owners, the TenPoint is almost inpossible to do that. I think more companies should add that safety feature.
My favorite feature IS the Crossbow.After suffering a severe left hand injury and finding I could no longer shoot my conventional bow proficiently,the Crossbow has allowed me to continue in the sport I really do love.
I have read about some of you dry fire your bows, especially the excal owners, the TenPoint is almost inpossible to do that. I think more companies should add that safety feature.
Agreed. But Ive managed to dryfire both a compound, with anti dryfire devise, and an Excal.( I shoot a lot) Best prevention is using what the Almighty put between the ears.
While nothing is impossible...the anti-dry fire mechanism on the Darton is very good. Though it can be a double edged sword, if one fails to "fully" cock the bow...you get the same "safety" engagement. I did this the very first time I cocked my new (at the time) Darton Fireforce.
The light string to track load is also very nice. String servings last seemingly for ever.
For "me"...the trigger mechanism is also very clean and simple. I am able to taylor the trigger action easilly to my liking.
Comming up rapidly is the Horton reCon. Also a very light string to track load. Overall small size. VERY accurate (as with most modern crossbows).
What Urban said,at my age its a must!I like the over all feel of the bow
and its light and is so sweet to shoot!This is my first recurve crossbow
I have shot one other,was nice but this old girl just fits so good that
its hard to be fair to anything else!Its a GT Curve and I cant thank
Wyvern Creations enough for setting it up and all the help with the
countless questions,etc!One thing you dont shoot at the same spot
twice them arrows can get expensive!