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Picked the bow up from Fed Ex on January 14th. Got the super pack with it and a bipod. I am very impressed with the crossbow. It just screams quality when you first take it out of the box. It is a well made machined crossbow. I purchased this crossbow sight unseen. I never handled one or shot one until I brought mine home from Fed Ex. The trigger is awesome and the scope is a Hawke illuminated model. I am going to have to get used to the circles. I use a Leupold heavy duplex 2 x7 on my other crossbow. I have only been able to shot it in my basement for now but I like how it handles once its cocked and loaded. The bow automatically goes to safe mode during the cocking process which is a great feature. Not crazy about the plastic plug needed for cocking the bow but it is a new process and after I have used the bow for awhile I am sure it will become second nature. I am looking forward to taking it outside and dial it in and shoot some 3D targets with it this spring. I am also thinking of getting another set of limbs in 185 lbs or 155 lbs for playing around with this summer and just use the Bravo Zulu limbs for whitetail hunting. My new KODABOW is a definite keeper. I am glad I made the purchase and now I am in the KODABOW family and a new proud owner of a KODABOW Bravo Zulu. :smile:




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Congratulations on the Bravo Zulu You Definitely picked the Best Recurve crossbow on the market today! I will be passing my Express down the family line right next to the family firearms, Hell it will probably outlast some of them. Enjoy
 

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Picked the bow up from Fed Ex on January 14th. Got the super pack with it and a bipod. I am very impressed with the crossbow. It just screams quality when you first take it out of the box. It is a well made machined crossbow. I purchased this crossbow sight unseen. I never handled one or shot one until I brought mine home from Fed Ex. The trigger is awesome and the scope is a Hawke illuminated model. I am going to have to get used to the circles. I use a Leupold heavy duplex 2 x7 on my other crossbow. I have only been able to shot it in my basement for now but I like how it handles once its cocked and loaded. The bow automatically goes to safe mode during the cocking process which is a great feature. Not crazy about the plastic plug needed for cocking the bow but it is a new process and after I have used the bow for awhile I am sure it will become second nature. I am looking forward to taking it outside and dial it in and shoot some 3D targets with it this spring. I am also thinking of getting another set of limbs in 185 lbs or 155 lbs for playing around with this summer and just use the Bravo Zulu limbs for whitetail hunting. My new KODABOW is a definite keeper. I am glad I made the purchase and now I am in the KODABOW family and a new proud owner of a KODABOW Bravo Zulu. :smile:


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