TenPoint WoodsMan Crossbow

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Reviewed by: Roger C Donaldson
Category: Archery
Recommended?: Yes

I have had this crossbow for about 10 years now. It has a 165# draw weight, comes with a crank to cock it. Shoots a 22″ bolt with a 125Gr Wasp broadhead. It is a very durable crossbow and will withstand much abuse with no problem. Comes in camouflage. Make a little noise when fired but I have not had any deer be able to duck the bolt yet. Hits hard and passes through breaking ribs on both sides.

Mine is topped with a 4 power scope with multiple crosshairs set for 20, 30, 40 and 50 yards. Shoots dead on at all yardages. It is a little heavy to carry around for a long period but I use a stand or blind so don’t have to carry it too far.

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