Got one thanks.
Type: Posts; User: okie143
Got one thanks.
How much if I come and pick it up? I live in Fort Smith.
When can we get together to look at the case?
I am looking for an Excalibur Padded case for my Axiom.
You can send my PM with pictures or post them here.
I pay with Paypal.
Does anyone know what type or brand of flat nocks will fit these Black eagle bolts?
9.0 Grains Per Inch
+/- 1 Grain Per Dozen
Half Moon Nocks
If the deal falls through I will take them. Just let me know.
The main safety concern is to get a quality crossbow to start with and become completely familiar with it before shooting. A cheap made crossbow can do you more harm than good.
A comparison is like...
Does anyone have a good broadhead sharpener/wrench combination they really like?
I have been looking at the Lansky one and it even comes with allen wrenchs and screwdrivers.
A Do It Yourself, DIY, section like on the main archerytalk page. So you can separate out the DIY items from hunting articles and for sale or trade.
Just heard officially from Excalibur on discontinuing the E Series bows, Equinox, Exomax, Exocet 200, and the Eclipse XT.
So don't worry about parts.
Here is what they said:
How does one determine the age of a crossbow if it doesn't have date of manufacture, serial number, etc?
For instance I can pickup an Excalibur Exocet 200 for a song but don't know how old it is...
X2. I tried the Bohning and the Bitzenburger. Both are great for their intended purpose but the Bitz can do all fletchings not just 2-3 inch fletchings.
For those of us who cannot afford the matrix line, the E series, I call it because their names all start with an E, is very affordable. Now looks like they will be even more affordable.
I have read some earlier posts about shooting different weight bh's on the excalibur crossbows.
The users manual and website reads to use 350 gr bolt with 150 gr head.
I think I can use 400 gr...
I pulled them from the Excaliburcrossbows.com website.
This is from their users manual on Maintenance. No where does it mention doing anything to the rail.
1. Occasional lubrication of your trigger mechanism is necessary,
especially if you are using...
I asked Excalibur Customer Service if they would fix a used Excalibur if I purchased it second hand. Here is their reply.
"We would still take care of you in the event something were to go wrong....
I clicked on picture and it opened in a separate window and I was able to increase it's size 5 times.
Being new to crossbows, I have done a lot of reading and searching, and handling different crossbows.
I came across this one, online, and only have pictures to look at. This is a Barnett Buck...
I have worked for 2 major corporations that were "acquired, incorporated, assembled, etc." into other companies for market advantage, improved metrics, expanding core values of the best company,...
This it's what barnett replied, "Thank you for your interest in Barnett Crossbows.* Unfortunately 2nd*hand purchases are not covered under any warranty.* We will repair the crossbow when needed. The...
How about a sale price? You can PM me if you like.
Really like the bow and really like you oak cabinets.
Have to work on income tax to determine buying option. Hope you still have it then.
Since I am not an crossbow mechanic or even have a store locally with anyone that I would call an expert, I would need a warranty to cover manufacturer defects.
As far as warranty Excalibur beats them all as they have the limited lifetime. Tenpoint only has 5 years.
As far as ease of maintenance then recurve over compound.
As far as fit: You will...
Just got an email back from Tenpoint. Here is what it says.
Unfortunately the warranty on a used bow even if it is less than 5 years old is void. The warranty does not transfer from one person to...
My brother has his game camera stolen last year but he had another one setup across from it. When he looked at the picture he saw the guy clear as day taking the camera. He turned it over to the...