The Intercept Supercoil LT is an important addition to the Carbon Express lineup because it offers lighter weight, better balance, a sleeker look and enhanced adjustability while retaining the speed and capacity to customize that Carbon Express crossbows are noted for.
Shooters who want the lightweight, warmth, rigidity and other advantages of a carbon-riser bow, along with the cutting-edge technology and design features that have made Bowtech a major player in the industry, will find the Carbon Icon a great bow and great value.
Few bows generate the controversy that Mathews’ new Monster Wake has stirred. The combination of a $1,700 price tag, a trend-defying mass weight of 5.38 pounds, a 5-inch brace height and an IBO of 352 fps at 85 percent letoff gets a lot of attention. How did the bow perform for this tester? Read on to find out.
You might decide there are more important qualities or that you prefer the advantages of a heavier crossbow, but it is hard not to grin when you hold a really light crossbow. When I picked up Mission’s latest crossbow in the MXB lineup – the Sniper Lite – I smiled. Big time.