TenPoint’s Titan Xtreme Will Put Turkeys in the Bag This Spring

 

TenPoint’s Titan Xtreme Will Put Turkeys in the Bag This Spring

By Burt Carey

 

If you’re ready to approach this spring’s turkey season with a bit of a twist, TenPoint Crossbows has an idea you’ll find intriguing.

The Titan Xtreme isn’t just a crossbow, it’s a crossbow that will have you wondering why you’ve waited this long to shoot from a horizontal platform.

It’s also a joy to carry into the woods.

Titan Xtreme

Titan Xtreme

The Titan Xtreme features a Mossy Oak Breakup Infinity pattern and an axle-to-axle width of just 18.5 inches in the cocked position, resulting in a narrow profile that blends nicely against any setting. That boss gobbler will never see you sitting there until it feels the power of an arrow sent downrange at 333 feet per second (measured with TenPoint’s 370-grain Pro Lite Arrow). A bird that’s hit with 91 foot pounds of kinetic energy is a bird that isn’t going to run away after impact.

Walking through the woods, the 38-inch length and 21.6-inch width of the uncocked Titan Xtreme isn’t bulky, and you’ll be pleased with its 7.3-pound weight. The crossbow pulls to 180 pounds with just a 12.6-inch power stroke.

The Titan Xtreme’s Fusion Lite stock not only helps the crossbow achieve lightweight carrying status, it also accommodates either the ACUdraw or ACUdraw 50 cocking mechanism. You can choose which of those cocking mechanisms to pair up with this crossbow.

The ACUdraw is the most user-friendly and practical solution available on the market today for cocking a crossbow effortlessly and accurately every time. Fully integrated into the stock, with no dangling parts, it requires only the strength of the average person’s index finger to operate. The ACUdraw allows hunters of all ages and physical abilities to enjoy the great experience of bowhunting by reducing the draw weight to about 5 pounds when operated manually.

The ACUdraw, which mounts inside the stock, is not bulky and doesn’t require additional assemblies or hang-on accessories.

The ACUdraw 50 takes traditional rope-cocking to a new level. For years many crossbow shooters used the conventional but cumbersome rope-cocker to load their crossbows, reducing the draw weight by half. TenPoint’s ACUdraw 50 is an integrated unit that mounts in the butt stock. Its ropes retract neatly inside the unit’s housing after cocking. No storing the rope, untangling it, or putting it away after use!

The contoured ACUdraw 50 covers fit the stock without adding bulkiness. The lightweight covers also improve the alignment of the mechanism’s hooks and handles in the housing for improved security when not in use. Powerful Neodymium mini-magnets hold the handles securely and silently in place. (WARNING: These magnets could interfere with pacemakers or other implants.)

The Titan Xtreme is sold as a packages that includes a 3x Pro-View 2 Scope and a three-pack of TenPoint aluminum arrows with 100-grain practice points, and an instant detach 3-arrow quiver. It retails for $819 and is available at dealers throughout the United States.

Find out more about the Titan Xtreme or other TenPoint Crossbows products by going online to www.tenpointcrossbows.com.

 

Original Source; Sportsmans Lifestyle

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