StrykeZone 380 by Bowtech® Crossbow Package
Arrow speeds up to 380 fps
Creep-free crisp trigger
Draw weight: 160 lbs.
Weight: 6.9 lbs.
Five 385 grain matched bolts
5-arrow quick-detach quiver
Carrying sling The extreme performance you expect from BowTech®, at a median price! Super-quiet, with a creep-free crisp trigger, the new StrykeZone rockets bolts into your target at 380 fps with a silent precision that you’ll have to experience to believe! Draw weight: 160 lbs. Stock length: 34-3/8". Width: 19-1/2". Weight: 6.9 lbs. Color: Black/Mossy Oak® Treestand®. Package includes: Five 385 grain matched bolts, 5-arrow quick-detach quiver, multi-reticle scope, carrying sling, and string stops.
Manufacturer model #: A11980.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DarylDixonAKAzombiesmash Phuck ya If your Daryl Dixon hunting zombies or defending the clan this bad boy gets the job done 60% of the time, ...every time! April 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by bigstrick 2013 bow review I have approx 100 shots so far. NO LIMB ISSUES Amazing bow. Super easy to shoot. Accurate. Light. NEEDS IMPROVEMENT - String stops went bad after only 50 shots. The string serving inside the cams on both sides have started to come undone a little. I am keeping an eye on this. The string stops are super cheap. Not a big deal and I think they changed something with the mounting brackets to help this in the future. THE BEST - This is a real smooth shooter for sure! My wife, who has no experience shooting anything, shot a sub 2 inch group at 50yds with 3 arrows the first day! Check out my 3 shot group at 88 yds on youtube January 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MDHunts Strykezone 380 Great bow...super fast. Recently took the Excalibur and the Strykezone on hunts and a huge diffence in mobility due to the 15" width of the limbs on the Strykezone! Super fast delivery! Very pleased! November 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iambowman great xbows I also am an owner of a stryke force crossbow, though I bought the 350 as I couldn't find a 380. These bows are the lightest crossbows with wheel/cams, they are extremely fast, quite, well balanced and they have a hair trigger just like some rifles do. After buying the 350 I am glad I did, I believe the problems with the 380 is due to it being under more tension than the 350, and company recommended 385 gr. bolts, being too close to being a dry fire. I believe if you have the 380 and shoot 400+ gr. bolts you will not have the limb cracking/splintering problem, just my thoughts. I did talk with a archery shop owner and he also said the very high speed crossbows are having there problems due to too much tension on their equipment. Darton fireforce shoots close to 400 fps and they recommend nothing less than 400 gr. bolts. And as far as I know stryker crossbows are the only ones recommending under 400 gr. bolts. November 18, 2012
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A:I just purchased the strykezone 380 in August 2012, and it came with black limbs. Preferred camo, but it is what it is.
Details:do you think they will figure out the bad limbs problem or will we have to get a differnt crossbow
A:Just got a StrykeZone 380 in Sept. 2012. It has black limbs. After 20 shots one of the limbs splintered. So, NO they haven't solved the problem. I called Bowtech and they are giving me a hassle on the warranty too.
A:haven't yet im on my third set last being the black which is supposed to be redesigned think again. Shot five times after waiting a month to get it back black limbs splintered to so no bowtechs problems continue on.Would not waste my time or money on this bow at all it is JUNK.And for those of you that are not having problems congrats for now all i can say you must be holding your mouth right.
A:As far as i can tell all the limb problems centered around the camo limbs the black limbs are the fix
A:I just purchased this crossbow in mid-January after being assured that Bowtech had fixed their problems and I have not had any trouble with the limbs. I've shot the bow for about an hour every night this week and have been really happy with it.
Details:I know for a fact bow tech has a recall on the triggers, are the xbows your selling the "updated" ones, or do we still need to send them to bow teck to get the recall work done?
A:They are all updated. Law states that any product that has a recall while it is at the store must be "Updated".
A:Mine was recalled for trigger work and now my limb just cracked. Poor overall quality!
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A:There were very few bows that made it out of Bow Techs plant that had a falty trigger. That problem was solved shortly after they was out. To answer your question better, yes the bad triggers are takin care of.
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