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Stryker Strykezone 350

Crossbow Review: Stryker Strykezone 350

This sleek-and-slim crossbow is lightweight, well-balanced and accurate.
Stephen D. Carpenteri
The Stryker StrykeZone 350 crossbow is lightweight, well-balanced and accurate.
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Crossbow Review: Carbon Express Intercept

Stephen D. Carpenteri
With the ability to accept most AR parts and accessories on a Picatinny rail, the Intercept crossbow offers the ultimate in versatility and endless customizable options.
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Crossbow Review: TenPoint Stealth SS

Stephen D. Carpenteri
The sleek and slim TenPoint Stealth crossbow lives up to its name, combining accuracy and ease of use in one lightweight package.
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Crossbow Review: Southern Crossbow Rebel 350

Stephen D. Carpenteri
With a generous accessories package and the option of using 20- or 22-inch arrows, the Rebel 350 is a steal of a deal.
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Crossbow Review: Stryker Strykezone 350

Stephen D. Carpenteri
A light-but-capable draw weight makes this bow a pleasure to load and shoot.
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Crossbow Review: Barnett BCX

Stephen D. Carpenteri
Slim and light, the Buck Commander Extreme is a great option for still-hunters on a budget.
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2013’s Best Crossbows

Stephen D. Carpenteri
A look at the latest and greatest in crossbow technology.
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Using crossbows in a treestand

Stephen D. Carpenteri
Crossbows can be a little unwieldy in the small confines of a way-up-there tree stand. Here’s how to place stands to your best advantage, to minimize problems.
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Crossbow review: Mathews’ Mission MXB 360

Stephen D. Carpenteri
Lightweight and super fast, the Mission MXB 360 has some unique features, shoots great and endured our foul-weather test.
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Crossbow review: Stryker StrykeZone 380

Stephen D. Carpenteri
Blazing speed and stone-cold accuracy at a mid-level price are the highlights of Stryker’s new model.
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