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Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow Package

   

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150 lbs.

4X32 SCOPE

Arrow Speed (fps):
345

Weight:
8.4 lbs.
  • $399.99

  • SKU: 1505524

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Powerhouse quad-limb bow sends a 22" arrow streaking to the target at 345 fps with devastating accuracy. That alone makes the Barnett Quad 400 the ultimate hunting tool, but it's also the first crossbow to incorporate a high-density GAM, gas-assist composite stock with thumbhole and contoured cheekpiece for unparalleled lightweight comfort. Super-efficient parallel limb design, CNC cams,  and a synthetic cable system put the emphasis on performance with every pull. 4-lb. trigger pull. New Stock Design with pass throughs. Vented flight track. Draw weight: 150 lb. Stock length: 37.75". Width: 26-3/4". Weight: 8.4 lbs. Color: Next G-1™ Camo. Package includes:  4x32 scope, three arrows, and quiver.
Manufacturer model #: 18032.

  • High-density GAM
  • Parallel limb design
  • CNC cams
  • Synthetic cable system
  • New Stock Design with pass throughs
  • Vented flight track
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 37 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deadly Accurate!!! I'm going into my second hunting season using the Barnett Quad 400. Let me tell you after putting it together and making sure all the strings are lubed and the rail as well, I have had NO issues what so ever. The scope was a little off out of the box so there was some minor adjusting that was needed. I have shot this bow over 50 times from practice along and it has shown no signs of wear and tear. I shot a deer from 30 yards away down range and it ran 25 yards and dropped. I only have two complaints one is that the scope doesn't shoot very well in low light. I plan on upgrading the scope to be able to get those deer that come out early in the morning or right before dark. My other complaint is that finding a hard case for the bow isn't easy because of the height of the scope. I could just be looking in the wrong place. I'm open to new info if anyone has any. Other than those two things this bow is a great buy for the money. I will definitely recommend this bow to anyone on the fence about purchasing it. August 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this bow I have read many reviews on this bow, some negative, but most positive. I bought this bow In October of 2013 and have probably shot it over 200 times.. Some reviews claim that the bolts shoot high and the scope don't match the distance,,. I have experienced the same thing., My fault because I am using 100g tips instead of the 125g that are recommended. Some claimed they had broken or cracked limbs, this is usually due to using a bolt/tip combination that isn't heavy enough or dry firing... I read where the scopes get loose, never had this problem. I put the bow together and insured that ALL screws were tight before to start using it. I also make sure to keep the rail and strings waxed ever 5 to 7 shots. I read where there was trouble getting it to fire, or taking it off of safety. I had this issue also. Again, my fault. If the bolt isn't pushed back all the way to the back, it will not come off of safety, therefore you can not fire it,. Another complaint from some others was the bolt guide breaking,. It comes with an extra one just in case and they are usually broken from not placing the bolt flat before to slide it back. The bow is heavy and long, I feel it is better for stability and accuracy. Hand cocking is hard but is to be expected when pulling on 150lbs and the cocking ropes require you to pull up to your shoulders, Only way to improve this would be to shorten the rope. The butt plates do start popping off after a while and when I install the cranking device, that should take care of that problem. It is a little loud but the speed makes up for it.. I used it for the 2013-2014 deer season and harvested 3 deer at 40 yards using the bolts that came with it with 100gr Rage broadheads. Every shot broke bones on impact and exit. One even went through the shoulder blade on exit. I would recommend this bow to anyone. Make sure everything is tight and the strings stay waxed and you shouldn't have any issues with it. May 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by great purchase Great for hunting zombies. Silent and deadly. Because we all know silence is key when killing zombies. January 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good purchase I purchased this item the same day Bass pro was awarding 500 bonus points and I asked if I would be able to get the free points since I spent so much money so much the same day the offer was being offered but I was denied. October 14, 2013
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I have 20 inch 2013 Easton aluminum arrows with 125 grain target/expandable which are the same weight as the 22 inch carbon arrows that came with the crossbow. Any issues shooting the 20 inch arrows? Thanks
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You cannot shoot 20” arrows out of the Quad 400 due to safety and clearance issues.
You need to stick with 22” arrows with half-moon nocks. Per Manufacturer.
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Hello, I do not live near a store to be able to ask questions in person and am stuck having to research online. I am looking to buy my first crossbow and this one seems to have favorable reviews across the board. My question is, is it absolutely required to pay the extra $100 for the crank to go with it, or can the bow be used just fine without the crank? Since I have not used crossbows before, I am still trying to learn all the differences between them and guns/compound bows, so was just wondering if the crank is an absolute must, or simply a way to make things easier. Thanks!
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No. Just buy the cheaper rope cocker
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I you can lift 25lb, then you should have no problems....The crank would be nice for preping a second bolt while in a tree stand. (not required to have fun)
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I'm 56 years old and I use a crank. It's a booger bear to do it any other way for me. This crank takes all the work out of shooting this big of cross bow.
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All you need is a cocking rope. Which cost $25-$35. Also dont buy a cocking rope with rollers on it they are loud and you dont need it.
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the crank is kind of hard to assemble and very loud when you crank it, but besides that it works fine. i had to use it because my arms are too short. if you have short arms or you dont have that kind of strength then yes it is definatly a must.
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The cranking device is not a must, it is to make the draw easier as you suggested.
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I recommend the 4x32 Multi Reticle over the Red Dot any day.
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use specific, crossbow scope, they are calibrated for the "fast" drop of arrow.
Also most have lines indicating the 30,40, and 50 yard distances.
Buy the package with the best scope!
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Yes, any crossbow scope can be used on this crossbow.

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yes try Red Hot 3XMultireticle for 99.99 or a better one they all will work its just the one you like opn your crossbow I like the rangemaster by 10point
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The 4x32 Multi Reticle has lines that are used to assist in estimating your yardages....I use field points for practice and recreation....I use a Rage Broadhead for hunting....Any useable Broadhead should work.
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Yes it has the lines.
I use 125 grain "muzzy"
Be prepared to upgrade to Nikon!
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i like using expandable like Rage or Nap they are an excellent broadhead
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The Crossbow itself is 7lb, add the scop and bolt quiver with 3 extra bolts and it's almost 9lb...
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Definitely 9 pounds, wish they made a 7 pounder!
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it is about 9 pounds with the scope
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closer to 9 but not too front heavy....very comfortable
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Five Years from date of purchase
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The User manual say 5 years
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after 2010 5 years
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There is a 5 year warranty from Barrett Crossbows according to their website.
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any cross bow made by barnett in coverd by a 5 year warr. its on thier web site
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Does this crossbow come with iron sights? Scopes on crossbows are not allowed in Colorado.
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The Mfg has a pin site for your state, see your local dealer
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no only a scope.
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It comes standard with a scope in the package
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No, it come with just a scope, and one that doesnt stay on correctly at that.
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You can get a two pin sight that has a peep. Contact Barnett direct. Hope this helps and good hunting
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No you would have to put fixed sights on the rail.
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Can it be shot left handed?

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Yes, and no recoil
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yes it can
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I'm a lefty. Ive shot it both ways just to see if I could. But it's safety is not left handed friendly
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I would say yes!
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I don't see why not.
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yes is very easy to use at ether side
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Generally, crossbows are considered ambidextrous. They can be shot by either a right- or left-handed person. This one can be shot either way.
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yes. it clicks fairly loudly though
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You will have a safety switch to prevent misfires.
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yes, it has a metal switch that you must flip forward before firing.
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Yes it does. In fact it engages automatically when it is cocked.
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there is a safety
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That depends on your skill level....I have been shooting mine for quite some time and would be confident is shooting up to 60 yards given the right situation.
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If you lean back in your chair a little and point towards the horizon you should have no problems getting out to 250 yards.
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I would suggest no more than 50 yards. Longer than that, and the deer will hear you fire, and may jump out of the way.
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The max distant I have shot and killed is 40 ft. I make it a rule that I wont shoot a cross bow at a distance farther than I would have with my compound
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I would say 50 yards, anything over that would take lots of practice!
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The farthest I sited mine in so far is 70 yards, but I shot a doe from 50 yards out last week.
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I have not shot a deer with it yet but i shot a rabbit at 75 yrds and it was dead on
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i guess about 60 ft.
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