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T-handle design of the Excalibur Crossbow Rope Cocking Device makes for ease of use; designed for anyone who has difficulty cocking a crossbow, and sets a perfectly centered string every time. Reduces draw weight by 50%; can be used on most crossbows; compact size fits in any pocket. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: 2195.
Bought a crossbow and had a hard time cocking it with the device that came with it. Took a lot of upper body strength that I did not have. Bought this tool and it is now easy to get it cocked. Will not leave home without it.
July 11, 2012
Just what you need
My original Excalibur rope cocking aid suffered from some mishandling on my part and a piece of one handle broke off. It was still usable, but not comfortably so.
I purchased this replacement unit. It comes with a longer rope so you can choose the length of rope you want, matching the various sizes and string positions one may face. Once I got the position where I wanted it I cut off the excess rope and I'm ready to go!
April 17, 2012
Excalibur Cocking Device
I have been using this cocking device for several years now, to go with my Excalibur bow. Can't say enough good things about both, they are incredible. I saw people buying the cheesy Cocking devices made by other manufacturers, for about the same price and told them to do themselves a favor and get this device. Also, the bow is incredible, the early version of the quiver didn't work well, lost several bolts, but the new quiver works great. The only other thing I have noticed with the bow, is some rusting around the screws, recommend they change to stainless. The beauty of this bow, is there are no cams that require timing, that you see on most all the other crossbows. Excalibur is my choice, when it comes to cross bows.
November 14, 2011
this is a great buy for a great price.. well worth every cent. my crossbow has a 150lb draw weight and it really does cut it in half. and keeps your hands from gettin sore. my fiance had no problem cocking my bow with this. neither did my 13 year old brother.. highly recommended
August 28, 2011
yes. i have that bow and it works great. on the back of the bow below the scope is a small slit made just for cocking devices. perfect match. just make sure you dont leave alot of slack when sizing it up to make it easy to cock
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