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    Stryker/Excalibur Hybrid Crossbow

    With Bowtech recently purchasing Excalibur,I wonder if we will see some of the features of both these companies combined into one crossbow? An Excalibur compound crossbow sounds interesting as does a Stryker recurve .

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    Apparently ... their customer service features already have been.
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    Bear Buckmaster Maxpoint, Hogwire Bowstring, 400 gr Easton Powerbolts,
    Rocky Mountain Snypers, Munch Mount, Excalibur Twilight DLX, 330 fps

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    I'm hoping to see some Excals with a Stryker level of quality trigger and a a trigger forward version Excal, using a stock similar to the Strykers. I've already begged them for that:-)
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    Excal did it once, they'll probably do it again???
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