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Old 07-10-2017, 03:40 PM
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Looking to hear some thoughts on the Center Point Sniper 370 crossbow. First time getting a crossbow and I don't want to break the bank to start off. Still have to purchase good arrows and rangefinder and broadheads and target, so thoughts on those will be appreciated also.
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I bought one last year. It was on sale at Gander mtn. for 150 bucks. I wasn't even sure I wanted to get into crossbow hunting but for the money I went for it. I absolutely love it. Its more accurate than I anticipated and comes with a descent illuminated scope. I use the muzzy trocar broadhead on the carbon arrows it came with and they work just fine. Killed a deer with it first time out.I like the AR style grip and adjustable stock as well. I give it a thumbs up. You have to put it together but it isn't difficult. The only issue I had was finding a target that would stop the bolt at 20 yrs.

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Red neck richie what target did you end up with?
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Red neck richie what target did you end up with?
The most economical one I found was the Michael Waddell bone collector target made by Morrell. The block targets are better but they are expensive.
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