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    Cool News about Excalibur Crossbow 2014

    Hi, I'm a fan of Excalibur crossbow, today this company just released the new crossbows of 2014 to the media, serious bow hunters who'd like to switch to xbow shouldn't miss out.

    Just in case you guys aren't aware of, list the names of these products here:

    1. New Excalibur Matrix Mega 405:


    The Perfect Combination of Unprecedented Reliability, Speed & Power!
    The new Excalibur Matrix Mega 405 is a hard-hitting powerhouse that’s built for today’s most serious hunter, The Mega 405’s blistering speeds and bone crushing power makes it the most capable crossbow for taming the world’s biggest and deadliest game ... one arrow at a time.
    Make no mistake: This is the industry’s most serious crossbow. Think of it as archery’s version of an African double-rifle. It’s fun to own and shoot, but it’s not meant for tournament competitions or backyard target games. That’s because the Matrix Mega 405 packs a lethal combination of power, high-speed and flat-shooting performance.

    The compact Matrix Mega 405 Specs and MSRP: SOURCE >> http://goo.gl/JoDmlS

    2. Limited Edition Excalibur Matrix 380 ‘Lynx’
    It is Fully Decked Out in Realtree AP Snow Camouflage, The Answer to the Hardcore Buck Hunter’s Late Season Quest!


    The new limited edition Matrix 380 Lynx from Excalibur is designed for Northern hunters who want a crossbow that’s camouflaged for snowy, late-season hunting conditions. Excalibur plans to make a limited amount of Lynx crossbows, so hardcore hunters who have been asking for this snow-camo crossbow must act fast.

    The compact Matrix 380 Lynx Specs and MSRP: SOURCE >> http://goo.gl/JoDmlS

    3. New Excalibur Matrix 330
    It is Exceptionally Light Weight,
    Perfect for the Hunter Looking for High Performance from an Ultra Compact Crossbow!

    The new Matrix 330 from Excalibur is the perfect choice for hunters who want a lightweight, compact, smooth-cocking, easily carried crossbow for those long days afield.

    The compact Matrix 330 Specs and MSRP: SOURCE >> http://goo.gl/JoDmlS
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    No "serious" bow hunter is gonna switch to a cross bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro V1 View Post
    No "serious" bow hunter is gonna switch to a cross bow.
    Thanks for taking the time to post your derogatory remark. I'm sure it was worth your effort

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    I wonder how crazy loud that new 405 is. The 380 is not a quiet crossbow. I much prefer the mission MX series or a Barnett Vortex. Believe it or not the MXB-320 is my favorite because its very quiet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rknierim View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to post your derogatory remark. I'm sure it was worth your effort

    sent from old school can and string
    My pleasure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro V1 View Post
    No "serious" bow hunter is gonna switch to a cross bow.
    Do you hunt with a compound? Keep your crap remarks to yourself and allow others to hunt the way they want ...troll
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    All I did was state my opinion that's it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro V1 View Post
    All I did was state my opinion that's it.


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    Im a serious bowhunter and id shoot a crossbow. I was actually considering getting one for coyote hunting. Whats more challenging and serious than calling and shooting predators with an archery device?
    Your argument is invalid and unnecessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_P View Post
    Im a serious bowhunter and id shoot a crossbow. I was actually considering getting one for coyote hunting. Whats more challenging and serious than calling and shooting predators with an archery device?
    Your argument is invalid and unnecessary.
    & that is your opinion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro V1 View Post
    & that is your opinion.


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    Yours was insulting.... what don't you see???
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