Does Horton still make crossbows?

In April 2013 the original crossbow company that Rick helped start in the 1980’s Horton Archery LLC permanently closed its doors and filed for bankruptcy.

What happened to Barnett crossbows?

Surge Outdoors announced its recent purchase of Barnett Crossbows. Barnett’s Crossbows vertical and youth bows and archery accessories are popular with hunting and recreational shooters. Barnett is also a provider of slingshots and accessories.14-Sept-2021

What crossbows are made in America?

The TenPoint Wicked Ridge and Horton crossbows are 100% Made In The USA. They offer a very broad selection of excellent hunting bows in a wide range of price points. It’s without question the best crossbow product lineup made by any US crossbow manufacturer.12-Jan-2019

Where are Excalibur crossbows made?

Excalibur manufactures and distributes efficient reliable and accurate hunting recurve crossbows and other archery accessories to customers worldwide. Excalibur is located in Kitchener Ontario Canada and was founded in 1983.08-Jan-2014

Where are Ravin crossbows manufactured?

– Neal Kregamaki peered intently through the sights of a freshly assembled Ravin crossbow on Wednesday morning. Kregamaki of South Superior works at the Ravin manufacturing facility in Superior’s Mariner Mall.12-Mar-2017

How much is a Barnett whitetail crossbow?

$379.72 & FREE Shipping.

Is it OK to leave a crossbow cocked overnight?

Do not leave your crossbow cocked for longer than a 24-hour period as premature stretching of the string and cables may occur leading to a loss in crossbow performance.

What distance should I zero my crossbow?

Your goal is to “zero” the top-most reticle or dot for a specific distance (20 yards in almost all cases unless instructed otherwise by the crossbow manufacturer).

How often do you have to replace crossbow strings?

We recommend changing the string and cables on your crossbow every two years.

How many feet per second does a Barnett recruit crossbow shoot?

Power and Accuracy With a speed of 300 fps and 400-grain arrows the Recruit deals out 85 ft. lbs. of kinetic energy. While not the most powerful crossbow I’ve ever fired this is pretty impressive for such a small crossbow.