Bow arrows & shafts and Ravin crossbows online shopping today? The pull weight of the trigger is only 3.2 pounds, which is pretty good. The Ravin R20 comes with a 100-meter illuminated sight, which has 9 targets ranging from 20 meters all the way up to a 100 meters. The Helicoil is really unique and the railless design adds a really uncommon feature to the design aesthetics. The Crossbow’s arrows do not stay at the rail and the front of the Crossbow has roller support. Along with this, a lock-in nock is used in the outrigger back. Ravin r20 also comes with a crank and the whole design is really useful, ergonomic, and good looking. Ravin R20 comes with some added accessories in the crossbow package such as a Versa-Draw cocking handle, quiver, a mounting bracket, 6 Ravin arrows, an adjustable jack plate, and a scope that can be mounted on a riser level is included with the package. The most interesting piece on the added accessories is the scope. With an added elevation plate, the hunter can rise the scope and dial to a range from point-blank all the way up to 200 yards. Also, scope has impressive features, delivers a good and clear image, and performs well in low light conditions due to its multiple coating.
Mathews is continuing its tradition of smooth-shooting bows in 2020, but is doing it in a different way with the VXR. All new this year is an extended six-bridge riser designed to add strength and stability, but reduce weight. The new riser is also made to perform perfectly with their hugely successful Crosscentric cam system, which keeps arrow speed plenty zippy while providing the shooting comfort that Mathews is well known for. Also included is a module (new last year) that allows you to adjust the peak weight by 5 pounds. Finally, Mathews is introducing a Silent Connect System, which allows you to quietly attach their new pull-up rope or bow sling. I shot a whole lot of smooth-shooting bows at this year’s ATA, but none smoother than this one. It was also quiet and dead-in-the-hand. And it’s certainly no slouch at 343 IBO. I shot both the 28-inch version and this 31-½-incher, and both settled on target immediately and stayed there. All and all, this is yet another excellent offering from Mathews.
Speed. That’s exactly what the MX-15 delivers, to the tune of 362 fps. The MX-15 features Hybrid Duel Stop cams that absolutely scream arrows down-range and the draw cycle is surprisingly smooth despite that raw power. At 4.2 pounds and 33 inches in length, the bow has excellent balance and offers five inches of draw length adjustment, in 1/2-inch increments without the use of a bow press. For smaller shooters, the bow is offered in a 40-pound model in addition to the standard, 50-, 60- and 70-pound setups. It sells for about $1,100.
Ravin Crossbows have a long-range of products and their crossbows are based on Helicoil technology. This advanced technology has shaped the industry for the betterment, making the most accurate crossbows in the hunting industry right now. The Helicoil technology operates uniquely as it coils cables away from the top and bottom of the cams, resulting in the perfect balance of the cams. Another advantage of this is that it makes the cams rotate up to 340 degrees, which is incredible. This design in the crossbows makes the perfect package and has perfect accuracy similar to a rifle. Find even more information at Ravin crossbows.
How we started in the business? Hunting Giant was formed by a group of people who has a deep love for hunting and the outdoors. What started out as a weekly hobby slowly transformed into a mission: to be able to share the sense of fulfillment we feel in hunting. We don’t believe that the right hunting gear can turn a lousy hunter into a great one. However, the right hunting gear may be able to improve their odds for success. This is why we spent so many years looking for premium hunting gear and accessories. Now that we have it, it has been our goal to make it easily accessible to our valued customers.
The only difference between Hoyt’s two flagship bows is easy to spot: It’s the carbon, silly. The carbon for the RX-4 does cost you, though — and it’s at a $500 difference. But here’s the thing: The RX-4 is crazy-light and feels incredibly stable. At 3.9 pounds, it’s almost wacky to have it in hand. But, the exactly-the-same-besides-carbon Axius weighs in at 4.3 pounds. How much is that weight difference worth to you? Because the Axius is still pretty dang light. The RX-4 shoots up to 342 fps, which is a smidge slower than last year’s RX-3 series. Across both bows, you’ll find draw lengths from 25 to 30 inches and weights from 30 to 80 pounds. Axle-to-axle heights are available only at the 29.5-inch option in this bow.
TenPoint entered the ultra-narrow, reverse-draw crossbow world last year with the Nitro XRT. The new Vapor RS470 is another entry that measures just 6.5 inches across when fully cocked. It has a new TEC-X stock that TenPoint touts to be stronger and lighter than previous models and a new riser of 7075-T6 aluminum reduces the overall bow weight to just 8 pounds. Perhaps the most notable change from TenPoint in 2020, however, is in the cocking system. For years, TenPoint’s ACUdraw system set the standard for ease of use and reliability in the crossbow arena. The new ACUslide system builds on that success. It’s ridiculously easy to use and allows not only for hassle-free cocking, but safer de-cocking as well. The Vapor RS470 is sold as a system that includes the ACUslide system, an Evo-X Marksman scope, STAG hard case, EVO-X Lighted CenterPunch Premium arrows, EVO-X CenterPunch broadheads, sling and quiver for $3,050 in camo or $2,950 in gray.