Parker Thunderhawk Crossbow Package
- Advanced Split Limb Technology
- Fulcrum Pocket System
- Bull-Pup trigger and pistol grip
- Easy to handle in a treestand or ground blind
- Optimally balanced for a steadier aim
- EZ Pull System reduces cocking effort by over 50%
- Draw weight: 160 lb.
- Arrow speed: up to 320 fps
- Axle-to-Axle: 20.38"
- Stock Length: 34.25"
- Weight: 6.5 lbs.
- 3x multi-reticle scope (non-illuminated)
- 4-arrow quiver
- Four arrows with field points
Thunderhawk Package includes: 3x multi-reticle scope, 4-arrow quiver, and four arrows with field points.
Manufacturer model #: X220-MR.
Note: Scope is not illuminated.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by muzzy114 impressive went to basspro to buy my first crossbow had my mind set on the wicked ridge raider or the tenpoint titan. the guy at basspro pointed me to the thunderhawk and the f4 so i test fired them. the tenpoint was real nice but some vibration when shot so then tried the wicked ridget the guy at basspro had a hard time getting the bolt to stay in place when cocked so then tried the f4 was not happy with the weight on that felt like all the weight was in the front of the xbow and its quite loud so then shot the thunderhawk its smooth as butter hit bullseye not much vibration pretty quite very light weight and compact. i was sold shot it about 150 times now everything is still in great shape the bolt does seem to drop quite a bit out at 60 yards still hittin the bull out that far but whatever dont plan on making 60 yard shots in deer season got the redhot bolts for it seemed to up the fps alittle very impressed with this xbow well worth the money cant wait for for this season June 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by coach22 Great light accurate crossbow! I am a paraplegic, and I owned another crossbow that weighed 3.5 pounds more than the Barnett Tomahawk that I bought from Bass Pro. Straight out of the box it shot in the bull's eye at 20 yards & at 30 yards with the 2nd line on the scope included. Weighing only 6.5 pounds, it is very light, and the limbs are short, which will make it easy to shoot out of my ground blinds. May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BdangGONcorn WOW doesnt feel like 160 lbs draw weight, more like 100 lbs. but sheesh.. is it fast. and more importantly the accuracy was phenomenal! i was hittin groups the size of golf balls from 40 yrds no prob, consistently.I've put in 100+ shots on this bow only a little wear on the string, where it rides on the rail. Lube and wax often. This was my first crossbow, and I see no need for any other. Just make sure u check the screws, as they do wiggle loose. May 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by ZombieSlayer027 Great Little Crossbow This isn't my first crossbow, and I wont say it will be my last, but I was so impressed with this bow, I sold my Excalibur Vortex. Yup its that good. Its an awesome bow. Didn't care much for the scope, so I replaced it and I used lock tight on all the screws to keep them from loosening, but those point are minor compared to the accuracy this bow demonstrates. I thought my Vortex was accurate....Its got nothing on this bow. I didn't give up much on speed. My Vortex put out 330 FPS with a Flemish string, and this bow seems just as fast. One bonus is its a very compact bow. great for house clearing those pesky zombies. January 26, 2013
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A:you have to buy the illuminated scope seprate and the scope it comes with has crosshairs
A:Cross hairs and the scope is not illuminated
A:you have to buy the rope cocking aide seprate and i wouldnt recomend the redhot cocking aide the rollers on it squeek when cocking the xbow
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