Barnett Ghost 360 CRT Crossbow Package
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The Barnett Ghost® 360 CRT Package features the most technically advanced riser ever created for a crossbow. It removes nearly 43% of weight from the front end which dramatically shifts the balance point to the shoulder. This allows for the steadiest and most accurate shot possible. It powers out arrows at a blazing 360 fps, and includes a CNC-machined 7/8" Picatinny rail, custom composite laminated limbs, Crosswire string and cable system, high definition camo finish, finger reminders, and a pass-through foregrip. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 78630.
- CNC Machined 7/8" Picatinny Rail
- Custom Composite Laminated Limbs
- CNC Aluminum Flight Track
- Crosswire® String and Cable System
- High Definition Camo Finish
- Carbon Riser Technology
- Finger reminders
- Pass-through foregrip
- Draw Weight: 165 lbs.
- Energy: 115 ft. lbs.
- Power Stroke: 14"
- Arrow speed: 360 fps
- Mass Weight
- Length: 36"
- Width: 21.875"
- Weight: 7 lbs.
- Package includes: premium illuminated scope, rope cocking device, cross premium 3 arrow quiver, and three 20" headhunter arrows.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by rclonewulf Great piece
Right out of the box easy assembly . Had it shooting bulls eyes in about ten rounds . For the money a great buy has all the bells and whistles . Sighted in ready for tomorrow !!
October 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by upatree64 Best/Worst of Barnett
That’s a “1” for first Ghost 360 I bought, and a “5” for its replacement. (Add a “5” for BPS archery personnel)
Bolts in 1st Ghost rocked on the string rail and launched “front very high”, preventing any reliable grouping with field points. Muzzy 125 broadheads literally sailed high right/left, and heavy grooves were quickly being worn into the back of the bolts and the nocks. Inspection with a known good shaft revealed the rail was bowed high halfway down the track, and additional pinching at the nock end was being caused by the anti-dry fire bar prematurely bottoming out in the upper receiver area. The pinching remained after the safety locked out the ADF in the high position.
I took it back to BPS Auburn Hills, Mi. Archery personnel agreed it was defective and would be replaced. The very first Ghost 360 package we opened had a flat rail with properly functioning ADF. A quick test at their range showed bolts stayed flat on the rail and produced a decent first group. I’m happy with the results (and BPS support) and can now move on with broadhead evaluations.
There was never a question of getting a different brand of Xbow this time out, presuming I could get proper function. The lower weight (7#) and friendly balance of the Ghost will work out quite well in the blind or the treestand. It cocks well (hey, that still 80+ pounds) with the rope/pulley, points well (no heavy front end), and delivers a bolt with authority and consistency. I’m down to 1” groups @ 20yds with the long Satellite 125 practice points on the Headhunter shafts. Individual bolts usually land within ¼” of where they hit on the last shot. (Do NOT fire 3 shot groups unless you own a bolt/arrow factory)
Barnett still has a ways to go on quality control checks before shipping. When they’re good, they’re very, very good. And when they’re bad………. (Apologies to Mr Longfellow)
July 25, 2014
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