Barnett Crossbows, Parts & Accessories For Sale In 2020 ... Newcrossbow.com Top 11 Barnett Crossbow Reviews Barnett Recruit Crossbow. Barnett Recruit crossbow can reach the speed of 300 feet per second. Its draw weight is 140 lbs and it had kinetic energy of 91,9 ft lbs. It weighs 6,4 lbs. Its dimensions are 33 x 14 x 8 inches.
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The Barnett Panzer V is a very light-weight crossbow, however it does carry more of a punch than you might expect. You must never forget to wax the string and string groove ever 5 or 7 (10 at most) arrows fired; failing to do that will significantly reduce the life of your string and will also reduce the speed of the arrow due to excess friction.
Get surprising performance for the price with the Barnett Recruit Terrain Crossbow Package. Built around a lightweight composite stock with pass-through foregrip Measuring just 16" from axle to axle, this lightweight 6.4 lb. crossbow comes complete with a smooth operating Triggertech trigger system.
④ Barnett Recruit. The Barnett Recruit is a very outstanding recurve crossbow. It consists of very high-quality construction materials, that ensure its durability. You will therefore never have to worry about the crossbow serving you for only a short while before giving in to wear and tear.
Barnett engineers were pioneers in developing the most desired features in a crossbow. It began with inventions like the Commando “Self-Cocking” Crossbow, the first compound crossbow the “Demon”, carried on with the Patented Quick Detach Front End and continues today with a fully integrated crank cocking device attachment.