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Horton Fury Crossbow

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Product Description

The Horton Fury Crossbow has futuristic backwards looking technology. It boasts RDT, Reverse Draw Technology, to increase energy and velocity. The Horton Fury can shoot arrows at up to 360 fps, feet per second. Laminated limbs with precisely machined cams optimize the arrow speed in order to reach speeds of 360 fps. Made in USA, this crazy looking backwards crossbow is assembled and designed by bow hunters.

Reverse Draw Technology has figured out a way to compact a crossbow as skinny as possible, only 35.25 inches long, 17.5 inches wide normal and only 13 inches wide while loaded. The 8.1 pounds wont break your back while creeping through the woods. The CNC picatinny rail sight bridge allows you to attach nearly any sight. An ambidextrous safety and anti-dry fire mechanism make this as safe or more safe than any other crossbow. A 160 pound draw weight is not as hard as others, while still maintaining a 360 feet per second arrow speed. The rear riser on the Horton Fury is properly balanced which means greater overall accuracy. The Monte Carlo cheek rest and grip add much needed comfort for those hardcore hunters.

The Horton Fury Crossbow Features:

  • Arrow speeds up to 360 feet per second
  • Made in the USA
  • Crazy backwards looking design
  • 35.25 x 17.5 inches, only 13 inches wide while loaded
  • Weighs 8.1 pounds
  • 160 pound draw weight
  • Includes 4x32 Mult-a-range scope
  • Proper balance for greater accuracy
  • Monte Carlo cheek rest and grip

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