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Offline Huntinbull

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Steelforce
« on: September 11, 2009, 06:59:40 PM »
Ok fellas(and ladies). Need all the info I can get on a steelforce crossbow from Horton. Just got one in a swap and have some questions. First, can i take off the dinky red dot sight they put on at the factory and use a regular red dot? Second, What type of speed am I looking at with standard carbon arrows (bolts) and 100 gr thunderheads? Just a ballpark estimate would be good. Third, Anyone own one and like it? I know it is a simplistic thing, but got a good deal on it, so....

Hoping to hear something, well anything, about it soon.

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Re: Steelforce
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2009, 08:30:10 PM »
found these specs on cheaperthandirt had a friend who had one though I never got a chance to shoot it hope you have tons of good luck with it and have fun


Specifications and features:
150-lb. draw weight
Tempered steel recurve limb
11-3/4" power stroke
Uses LS7 or 20" MX arrows only
260 fps
44 ft.-lbs.
31" long
26" wide
Red dot sight
Includes Twist-Lock 4-arrow quiver, 4 arrows & 4 practice points
5.4 lbs
Machined steel trigger
Dial-a-Range trajectory compensator
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Re: Steelforce
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2009, 05:06:24 PM »
Thanks for the reply and the great info. Wondered what the numbered "dial" on the side was for.

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