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Excalibur Ibex SMF Crossbow Kit with SMF Scope, Realtree AP

Excalibur Ibex SMF Crossbow The Excalibur Ibex SMF is a crossbow that even though it’s powerful this doesn’t mean it will only work for certain types of users. For instance, I’m a first time crossbow user. With this being the case I don’t want something that is going to be too complex. With this particular bow all I can say is I’m very glad I decided to purchase it over the competition. One of the main reasons I chose the Excalibur Ibex SMF is because of the company that makes it.

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The Excalibur brand is well known and the crossbows they makes are very accurate as well as reliable. No matter how hard I tried it was very tough for me to find some kind of fault with this bow. Now the main purpose I bought this bow for was close range shooting of about 20 yards and it worked perfectly. In fact it improved my close range shooting. There are no scope adjustments needed.

How tough is it to assemble the Excalibur Ibex SMF?

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Excalibur Axiom SMF Crossbow Kit Review

excalibur Axiom SMFPeople who are looking for a superbly crafted crossbow that has the ability to produce arrow speeds of over 305 feet per second are going to like the Excalibur Axiom SMF Crossbow Kit. Similar to all Excalibur crossbows, it has very good accuracy and you guys will not have to worry about it not being reliable.

Generating lots of horsepower, the Axiom SMF has the ability to handle North America’s biggest game. It has a 175 pound draw weight and 14.5” power stroke in order to make it comfortable to cock. It also has 6 pound mass weight, which is going to make it easy for you guys to carry around on long days in the field.

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The Axiom SMF kit is made to be very affordable and it is going to be a joy for both new crossbow hunters and old ones. Quality of manufacture, reliability, and accuracy of this crossbow is very comparable with most of the companies pricier options.

What are some of the pros and cons?

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