Excalibur Axiom SMF Crossbow Package

   

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175 lbs.

Multiplex Scope

Arrow Speed (fps):
305

Weight:
5.8 lbs.
  • $549.99

  • SKU: 1799048

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With arrow speeds in excess of 305 fps, the rugged Excalibur Axiom SMF Crossbow delivers performance, accuracy, and excellent reliability at an economical price. Comfortable to hold and cock; lightweight composite construction. Draw weight: 175 lbs. Stock length: 37.5". Weight: 6.0 lbs. Color: Advantage Timber®.
Manufacturer model #: 6845.

Package includes multiplex crossbow scope, 4-arrow quiver, and four arrows.

  • Arrow speeds in excess of 305 fps
  • Delivers performance, accuracy, and excellent reliability
  • Comfortable to hold and cock
  • Lightweight composite construction
  • Space-age composite stock for durability and comfort
  • Computer-machined frame for precise alignment and accuracy
  • Patented trigger unit features a manual safety
  • Modular Magtip recurve limb system
  • Draw weight: 175 lbs.
  • Weight: 6.0 lbs.
  • Multiplex crossbow scope
  • Four-arrow quiver
  • Four arrows

At Excalibur, accuracy and quality take top priority. Every crossbow is built with a space-age composite stock for durability and comfort. Every crossbow frame is computer-machined for precise alignment and accuracy. The patented trigger unit features a manual safety, and it requires only 3 lbs. of pressure for the finest accuracy. The modular Magtip recurve limb system produces top-end speed without the noise or weight of most compound models.

Excalibur Axiom SMF Crossbow Package 4.8 5 19 19
Great Value!! I made the purcahse based on past reviews i read and they were spot on! The Excalibur Axiom Crossbow performed above expectations. instructions were good and sighting in the bow was a snap! I was pleasently supprized at the quality of the scope. It was very clear. The cross bow could not miss the bulls eye at up to 40 yards... it was SO much fun! I can't wait to harvest my first buck with it! August 28, 2012
Compound what??? I just had neck surgery and was sceptical about buying this bow because its not metal framed but could not be happier. I am a compound bow guy usually for bow season bought my first good bow two years ago g5. Fell in love with it.. I know I will not be ready to pull back my 170 lb bow back and steady it for October so I made the plunge. I can buy the pully cocking device as well if needed in October wich is a plus for the Excalibur . i had my little bro cock this device for me while I sighted it in 4 shots and it was on. Took two at 10 then two at 20 yards. Backed up to 40 and the bow shot my 1 inch bullseye twice no problem one was me ,the other my brother. 6 shots total and I could not be happier with the bow.. The price was perfect. It's plenty fast enough for a 30 yard shot without second thought... My little brother liked it so much he's going to start hunting... Finally! July 10, 2012
Happy Customer This is my first crossbow. I was surprised at the power. It took me while to zero in the scope. Well made. I can't wait to bag my first deer. May 1, 2012
Great buy I researched many crossbows and chose this one based on the good reviews. I couldn't be happier. I had never shot a crossbow before, but after watching the DVD I was ready to go. I immediately shot tight groups up to 40 yards. I also dropped an 8 pointer at 25 yards a few days later. December 30, 2011
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No, rail & string wax is an added cost
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no wax with kit
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Unfortunately this does not include wax for the bow string.
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Yep. Just hold one side of the cocking rope to remove tension, pull the trigger and slowly lower the string.
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yes, watch the video on excaliburs website
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Yes, steps are on the included cd or in the owners manual using the cocking aid sort of in reverse.additionally you can purchase a decocking arrow sold separately.
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yes u can uncock xbow
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Yes, this can be uncocked:
A. Remove arrow. Not removing the arrow can cause serious injury
B. Place foot firmly into stirrup.
C. Grasp string in same position as when cocking crossbow.
D. Move safety to fire position.
E. Put enough tension on string to lift it off of the latch so that the string will
not slip out of your hands when the trigger is pulled.
F. Slip right thumb into trigger guard and release trigger. Be sure to keep
firm grip on string to keep it from slipping out of your hands, let string slide
down barrel to fired position.
G. This technique will require some practice before it is tried in the field
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Yes! You do this by using the rope aid that comes with the package. There is a DVD to show you how to uncock the bow.
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Yes make sure the bolt is out of it and it can
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According to the manufacturer the measurements are:

Velocity: 305 FPS
Draw Weight: 175 lbs.
Power Stroke: 14.5"
Mass Weight: 6.0 lbs.
Overall Length: 37.5"
Arrow Length: 20"
Arrow Weight: 350 Grains
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the length is 37.5 long they did not list the width theweight is 6.0 pounds and draw weight is 175 lbs. Excalibur is the lightest crossbows on the market
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yes cocking rope included
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Yes, this does include the rope cocking aid in the crossbow package.
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Yes it comes in the box.
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Yes, but it will not be as accurate because you will have an inconsistent tension at the string retainer,
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Yes look on excaliburs website they show you how in the FAQ section it's easy too
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no, two hands are required
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don't think so....at least without some difficulty.
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This will include a rope cocking aid, which most case they are hard to pull with one hand. You might need to purchase a crank cocking aid. One that you can crank the handle with one hand.
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This includes 150 grain Boltcutter
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no its not hard to cock
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They are 150 grain, not 100 grain, per Excalibur. Excalibur recommends the 150 grain Boltcutter broadheads for hunting thus they supply 150 grain field tips.
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100g
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100gr
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i am 14 but strong for my age will i be able to pull it
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Not hard at all.
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It is pretty easy to cock when using a rope cocker. I haven't tried it without. I'm guessing it would be difficult.
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Shouldn't be a problem if your about 5'-6" or higher...
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With the rope cocking device included in the package you will be able to cock it. Without the cocking device I doubt you would be able to.
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