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Excalibur Crossbow Stringer

   

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Changing strings on your Excalibur crossbow doesn't have to be difficult or time consuming. Use Excalibur's Crossbow Stringer and make this task fast and easy. It really takes the sweat out of changing your strings!
Manufacturer model #: 2096.

Excalibur Crossbow Stringer 4.3 5 7 7
Excellent Product Excellent quality and easy to use. Definitely recommend this product for anyone in need. February 1, 2015
Excalibur Axiom I have the crosshair set at 2 inches high at 20 yards. At 30 yards it shoots 2 inches low with the flemish string. Very accurate. First time to shoot a crossbow and it is effortless to be accurate. Scope is ok because the adjustments were not crisp. The feet per second advertised is with the flemish string which does not come with the bow. it is extra. Recommend getting the flemish string for added fps. Cocking aid with the bow reduces cocking effort by about 50 percent. Cocking this bow is about like pulling a 60 pound compound if that. Practice tips with the bow are 150 grains. FPS advertised uses 100 grain heads. Pleased enough that I sold my compound bow and will not go back. October 16, 2012
excelent if you hunted with a long or recurve bow same principle very easy to put on limbs and take off removing string is easy and safe no way for it to slip carry an extra string and any problem can be handled in the field January 9, 2015
A must I had a string come off of my crossbow, and after an hour of working on it I finally got the string back on. That night I ordered this stringer and I love it. I have used it multiple times to adjust my string and it makes doing it a breeze. October 12, 2010
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The stringing aid is designed to work on recurve type crossbows and will not be compatible with a compound style such as your Wildcat. Thanks
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I leave mine strung during season and unstrung is off season. Visit the excalibur website.
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No. To destring a crossbow is only an individual thing to relax the crossbow limbs in the offseason or if your crossbow is stored where summer heat would possibly effect the limbs.
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No its so easy you just put the stringer on, pull it to the latch, and the string come right off. It goes on just as easy you just feed the string through the stringer holes and twist the string to adjust the lengh. After your done you just decock and its ready to go.
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