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Ten Point Wicked Ridge Raider CLS Crossbow

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Product Description

The Ten Point Wicked Ridge Raider CLS - compact limb system - Crossbow has the least width across the front of the crossbow, out of the Wicked Ridge crossbows, with the CLS system. Ten Point has won awards by Field and Stream for the Best of the best crossbow of the year for the last two years, that demonstrates their quality and innovation. The draw weight is 180 pounds and can accelerate arrows up to 330 feet per second while still having an energy of 101.6 foot pounds. The ACU-52 cocking system is very smooth and almost completely silent. The 12 inch limbs have ultra durability and strength. Before purchasing a big item options need to be addressed, when thinking about the options remember that the Ten Point Wicked Ridge Raider CLS Crossbow comes with their 3x Multi-line scope, a quick attach 4 arrow quiver, Wicked Ridge embroidered sling, a 3 pack of aluminum arrows with tips, and it comes in Mossy Oak camouflage. The dimensions are 38 inches long, 20.5 inches wide, with a 13 inch power stroke. The hunting crossbow weighs just 7 pounds.

Ten Point Wicked Ridge Raider CLS Crossbow Features:
  • 12 inch limbs
  • Arrow speed up to 330 feet per second
  • 3.5 pound Power Touch Trigger
  • 3x Multi-line scope
  • Quick disconnect 4-arrow quiver
  • 3-pack of aluminum arrows with practice tips
  • Mossy Oak
  • 38 x 20.5 x 13 inches
  • 7 pounds

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