32mm M2 Sighting Telescope Laser Gun Sight w/ Reflex Red Dot Scope for Picatinny Rail
● Practical to use and easy to install.
● Mount on any 20mm weaver standard rail.
● Full metal casting scope housing objective.
● With 2 levels dot brightness control on each illuminate color.
● Brightness of the reticle can be controlled by a brightness setting dial.
● Lens diameter: 32mm.
● Length: 135 mm.
● Dot color: Red and green.
● Body construction: Anodized aluminum.
● Power by: 3 x AG13 battery (not include).
Product weight: 0.299 kg
I am selling a lightly used bear apprentice 3. The reason I am selling it is because I have started to out grow the bow and am needing cash to size up. There is nothing wrong with it and has been stored in a hard case since I bought it. Strings are In great condition. It is a trigger release, it comes with the camo stabilizer on the front. ..Sold
I recently bought one of these Yellow Jacket Targets to get some practice in with my new crossbow. I have shot around 150 or so arrows into it so far and with my crossbow having a 150 lbs draw weight this target has stopped everything that I have shot at it so far. I also found that removing the arrow from the target is done with ease, which is a big plus. Its a little pricey but well worth it.
After looking at a variety of different crossbows out on the market and reading a ton of reviews I finally decided to go with the Barnett Jackall Crossbow. I found it on sale at Dunhams Sports in package deal and for the price and this being my first crossbow I decided that it had all the features that I was looking for and fit my budget as well. Features:
150# draw shoots 315 fps
Lightweight composite stock
Weight: 7 lbs
4 x 20 Scope
The directions that came with it isn’t really friendly user to a novice but I managed to get it together after bout 20 minutes or so and after a few adjustments. I then took it out to my buddy Johns house to zero in the scope and get a little practice shooting in. The trigger pull is roughly 3.5 lbs., which felt perfect to me. Even though it was a little loud I was amazed at the power that it had. The scope that came it was really hard to get zeroed in. Im going to upgrade to a nicer red dot scope in the near future. Overall for the price I don’t think you can find a better deal for a crossbow that has the features and power that the Barnett Jackall Crossbow offers and I am looking forward to the start of bow season this year.