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Barnett Jackal Crossbow Package (Quiver, 3 - 20-Inch Arrows and Premium Red Dot Sight) For $175.98

4.2 out of 5 stars From 804 customer reviews

Lowest price ever on this highly rated crossbow!!
  • Velocity: 315 FPS
  • Includes 3 arrows
  • Smooth 3.5 lb trigger pull
  • Complete crossbow package, includes quick-detach quiver, bolts, and premium red dot sight
  • Sleek, military-style stock; high energy wheels; synthetic string and cable system
  • Shoots at 315 feet per second with 150-pound draw weight
  • Climate controlled storage and waxing the string every ten shots is highly recommended. When loading crossbow always make sure odd colored arrow fletching is down.
  • Read user's manual thoroughly and reference safety videos before using.Kindly refer the user manual attached below for troubleshooting steps and instructions.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004IJ1Q1Q
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This is a fantastic price. I am seeing only 17 in stock at this time.
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Beware, this bow manufacturer settled multiple class action suits due to injuries leading to the amputation of a thumb which were caused by this bow model. I guess this is the old version of the bow and the new version has additional design/safety features to prevent such injuries.

http://wishtv.com/2015/01/01/hunt...-injuries/
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Beware, this bow manufacturer settled multiple class action suits due to injuries leading to the amputation of a thumb which were caused by this bow model. I guess this is the old version of the bow and the new version has additional design/safety features to prevent such injuries.

http://wishtv.com/2015/01/01/hunt...-injuries/
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Good reminder to keep your thumb out of the way.... though I had a semi-auto 30-06 slide come back and hit my thumb. I'm lucky cause unfamiliar with the gun I was unaware of the danger. However if it would have broke the heck out of my hand I wouldn't have sued the manufacturer, instead I would say it was my own dumb fault. Same with this story...thumb guards are a great thing, but when using a dangerous weapon, one needs to be keenly aware of the dangers posed, as I myself was lucky and consider it a teaching moment as with this TV story.
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They could just use their other thumb?
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Beware, this bow manufacturer settled multiple class action suits due to injuries leading to the amputation of a thumb which were caused by this bow model. I guess this is the old version of the bow and the new version has additional design/safety features to prevent such injuries.

http://wishtv.com/2015/01/01/hunt...-injuries/
Wow. This bow looks just like the one that injured that guy's thumb. Time to join the lawsuit bandwagon.

All jokes aside, be very careful even with crossbows with finger guards, any appendage above the crossbow will be severed by the crossbow string.
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It looks like they are sold out. At that price anyway.
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This looks like a good way to give an animal a slow painful death. Just use a gun... it's 2017 we can do better.
I have killed deer with my crossbow faster than some of my gun kills, so this is not an inhumane weapon.
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This looks like a good way to give an animal a slow painful death. Just use a gun... it's 2017 we can do better.
Most people buying this live in a state where crossbows are used during archery season. I don't know any states that allow the use of a gun during archery season (excluding special youth weekends). If you're a hunter, archery season is often some of the best hunting available. You're really limiting yourself if you limit yourself to gun season, at least in my state. Also as others have pointed out, a crossbow with a broadhead can be extremely efficient, and a misplaced bullet can be far worse for the deer.
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This looks like a good way to give an animal a slow painful death. Just use a gun... it's 2017 we can do better.
You don't know anything about hunting, do you...
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This looks like a good way to give an animal a slow painful death. Just use a gun... it's 2017 we can do better.
You are obviously not a hunter. As such you don't appreciate the tools used and the actual cause of death. You think you do, but you don't. Here's a hint, though: What will kill you faster:

1) Double-lung shot from a rifle
2) Double-lung shot from a crossbow

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As for this xbow that is an excellent price on that model. I don't have this one but I keep my hand position forefront in my mind when shooting mine. Some xbow scopes even have text below the reticle itself reminding the shooter to keep their hand below the rail.
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all gone deal is expiredFrown
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