TenPoint Crossbows Spring Gobbler Season

 

TenPoint Crossbows Spring Gobbler Season

by Ted Lund

 

Now’s the Time to Start Getting Ready for Spring Gobbler Season

 

Spring gobbler season is right around the corner, and there’s no better time to get ready to experience the combined primal thrill of archery with the ease and precision by reaching for your TenPoint Crossbow.

As the best-in-class manufacturer in its field, TenPoint offers a wide range of technical crossbows perfect for that Spring gobbler. One of the company’s newest offerings, the Lady Shadow, is perfect for getting your wife, girlfriend or daughter in on the action.

Lady Shadow Crossbow in Muddy Girl Camo

Lady Shadow Crossbow
in Muddy Girl Camo

The Lady Shadow is based around the compact XLT bow assembly and features hot pink string and cables and is finished in MuddyGirl Camo. While it’s a crossbow that any female would be proud to carry into the woods, it also shoots at an impressive 350 FPS.

With the stirrup, the Lady Shadow measures 34.4-inches in length and is 13.5 inches wide axle to axle when cocked and 17.5 inches wide when uncocked. Featuring a 12.6-inch power stroke, the Lady Shadow weighs in at a diminutive 6.4 pounds with a draw weight of 180 pounds.

Other features included on the Lady Shadow include TenPoint’s patented 3x Pro-View 2 scope, mounted on a 7/8-inch machined aluminum Fixed Dovetail Mount.

Cocking is a breeze, with hunters having a choice of the ACUdraw or ACUdraw 50 cocking mechanisms. The ambidextrous side-mount quiver bracket serves an Instant Detach 3-Arrow Quiver. In addition to TenPoint’s instructional owner’s manual, the lucky lady also receives a three-pack of TenPoint aluminum arrows with 100-grain practice points.

Regulations for Spring Gobblers and archery vary from state-to-state and you’ll want to be sure to check before you take to the field. For your convenience, however, TenPoint has consolidated all of the crossbow regulations for the 50 US states and Canada at its website at Crossbow Regulations.

In addition to regulations, you’ll also find the complete lineup of TenPoint products and accessories, as well as product, instructional and hunting videos. For all this and more, visit  TenPoint Today.

 

Original Source; Sportsmans Lifestyle.com

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