Designed for use with all crossbow makes and models. Unique roller glide in hooks for easy, smooth cocking. Non-marking barrel roller reduces friction. Extra-long rope with T-handles for a solid grip and pull.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Nitro225Optimax DOES NOT FIT BARNETT QUAD 400
I bought this cocking device because I decided I didn't want to use the cumbersome crank cocking device that came with my Barnett Quad 400. It takes too long to use and is not always convenient.
I bought this rope cocking device because on the package it said it fit most crossbows including Barnett crossbows. Unfortunately, when I got it home, the way the Quad 400 is designed, it does not fit. The rope cocking "bed" on the 400 is located on the stock butt. The Red Hot rope said it was 42", but the one I bought only measured 35" total length. The 400 probably needs at least a 50" rope in order to work.
I should stress that the product is NOT BAD or of poor quality, it just didn't fit the crossbow I have. Thus, I had to give it two stars.
October 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jpelliott10 Works great
Works perfectly with my Barnett Jackal. Does exactly what it is supposed to do: makes cocking the bow easy! Was a little squeaky the first few pulls, but that worked itself out. A must have for your crossbow!
January 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by RichardSimmons Rope Cocker
If you have a crossbow its a must have. I can now actually target practice with my crossbow. Before, I could only shoot it about three times before I was done. This is the only way to go.
October 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by OutlawDMR76 Accurate & Simple
Since this is my first time using a crossbow I figured it would take a while to learn the ins and outs and obtain some sort of accuracy with it. After 5 shots in the Bass Pro Range I was on target and ready to hit the hunting woods.
Very easy to use and understand and it couldn't be more accurate.
My only complaint is there are a lot of area's that are glossy/shiny that ruin the effectiveness of the "camo finish." That's the case with almost all bows though. A few quick sprays with some flat paint eliminate the problem.
April 27, 2011