Horton® Havoc Crossbow Package
- Reverse Draw Technology (RDT)
- CNC-machined riser and cams
- CNC Picatinny rail sight bridge with anti-dry fire
- Spring-loaded ball detent arrow retention
- Powerful composite limbs with CH Arm design for in-field string replacement
- Aluminum barrel
- Rugged foot stirrup (added boot grip ridges)
- Ambidextrous Monte Carlo cheek rest
- MIM Talon™ ultra-light trigger
- Arrow Speed: up to 318 fps
- Axle-to-Axle: 12.34"
- Stock Length: 33"
- Weight: 8.3 lbs.
- Includes Mult-A-Range® 4x32 scope, 5-arrow quiver, RTD cocking sled, and three arrows
Package includes Mult-A-Range 4x32 scope, 5-arrow quiver, RTD cocking sled, and three arrows.
Manufacturer model #: CB880.
Horton® Havoc Crossbow Replacement String sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-405-526-01
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by useagle43 fantastic bow this is a fantastic cross bow i cant say enuff about it its advertized to 318 fps i chronographed it at 327 with a horton 17 1/2 inch arrow and 310 with a horton 20 inch arrow its quiet unlike my barnett u can hardly hear it when u squeeze off a shot and talk about accurate wow!! i cant wait to hunt with it. if you buy this thing dont shoot more then one arrow at the same poi you will destroy your bolts December 13, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Middleton Good Crossbow The crossbow is very compact and balanced like a gun. Not nose heavy like the standard style crossbows. Shoots great and built really well. Better than others I looked at for the money. Don't buy the standard Horton cocking string, doesn't work smoothly with the reversed limbs. It comes with a special cocking string but they don't tell you that in the description. I had problem with some extra Horton arrows I had bought (nocks falling out)... Called Horton up and they sent me new arrows and told me to keep the old ones. Great customer service!!!! October 16, 2012
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A:The reverse style is balanced like a gun...not heavy on the front. I believe it also helps it to be narrower. Helps a bunch when in a treestand.
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