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Barnett’s New Sharp-Shooting Crossbow

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If you’re gearing up for bowhunting season and in the market for a new crossbow, the Barnett RAZR is full of features, lightweight, and looks as sharp as its name suggests. It weighs just 6.4 lbs. and produces speeds up to 400 feet per second. The RAZR has a redesigned quiver that protects broadheads from damage, and its trigger contains an added safety measure to prevent unintentional dry firing.

“Featuring the industry’s first full carbon stock along with Barnett’s proprietary Carbonlite Riser Technology (CRT), the RAZR is extremely light weight, and thanks to titanium side torque plates it’s as strong as they come. The reverse cam system provides for an increase in speed and power stroke without extending the overall length of the bow. The retractable underarm support system adds counterbalance stability to the rear of the bow, giving it that balanced feel shooters desire.”

Photo by: Barnett Crossbows

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