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Avalanche Mini Crossbow Tactical Pistol 50-lb
List Price: $27.00
$19.99

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This Avalanche mini-crossbow pistol is perfect for target practice and small-game hunting.

  • 50-lb. draw weight
  • Metal limbed bow
  • Shoots bolts up to 150 FPS
  • Includes 5 ABS bolts with field tips

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.86 out of 5
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Pretty cool Reviewed by on Dec 26, 2015   5 out of 5

Got it as a Christmas gift, it went together fine & shoots pretty good. It's a little powerful but it's fun!



need more strings Reviewed by on Dec 26, 2015   3 out of 5

i have had this crossbow for 2 years and have had a lot of fun with it but after 1 two 5 hr of shooting the string well break every time, it is super easy to use.



A Person who likes this product Reviewed by on Aug 29, 2015   5 out of 5

A very awesome crossbow! The bolts are very sharp and the whole crossbow holds together. I have no idea why others say it sucks.



No Reviewed by Tyler on Apr 08, 2015   1 out of 5

This is a piece of junk when I first pulled it out of the box and went to shoot it I pulled the trigger and it got stuck so I set it down and it shot then I picked it back up and did it again used the site but not good aim at all then I shot it again but the trigger snapped so I gave up but there cheep



buy the cobra mini crossbow Reviewed by james on Mar 05, 2015   1 out of 5

Buy the cobra mini crossbow, ive had my cobra for years with no problems, this one is not reliable when you need the reliability. I wouldn't trust this thing in real combat, and you shouldnt either



Didn't even get to shoot it! Reviewed by Jake on Feb 14, 2015   1 out of 5

Piece of junk. Tried to string it by myself, didn't work. Got a friend to help, but it still wouldn't work and eventually it snapped. Never even got to shoot one bolt.



Doesn't last long Reviewed by Mike Rueb on Jan 24, 2015   1 out of 5

After a few shots the bolts start flying out and it's easy tighten but they keep coming lose. The side of my bow snapped off while firing my 10th or so odd arrow. The bolts are very easy to lose if you're shooting it outside not to mention the bolts them selfs aren't very good but those are cheap too. If you're looking for a crossbow to keep around for a while for target practice go for an 80 pound one at least cause this one is very cheap and breaks very easily.



Patients and knowledge Reviewed by paul on Jan 17, 2015   5 out of 5

First, just take all your nuts off and lock tight them, Problems solved. Second, a little dab of silicon under you sight mount holds it steady and in place DONT over tighten'!!! Third, When you load it make sure the safety is on! This is a VERY GOOD idea for ANY type fire arm! And, when you remove safety DON'T push bolt back any further on rail! This is were your miss fires come from. The string will travel between the bolt and the rail! Fourth, WAX THE STRING AND RAIL!!! first and every 10 or so bolts. This Is A MUST! Over all, Excellent! Great for teachin' the youngin's or the new Wife....



Patients & Knowledge Reviewed by Paul on Jan 15, 2015   5 out of 5

First, just take all your nuts off and lock tight them, Problems solved. Second, a little dab of silicon under you sight mount holds it steady and in place DONT over tighten'!!! Third, When you load it make sure the safety is on! This is a VERY GOOD idea for ANY type fire arm! And, when you remove safety DON'T push bolt back any further on rail! This is were your miss fires come from. The string will travel between the bolt and the rail! Fourth, WAX THE STRING AND RAIL!!! first and every 10 or so bolts. This Is A MUST! Over all, Excellent! Great for teachin' the youngin's or the new Wife....



You get what you pay for. Reviewed by Pete on Dec 05, 2014   4 out of 5

Not a bad little crossbow. As with ANY weapon, inspect it before using it. Tighten bolts and nuts as needed. It's bit difficult to string it without help. The sights are mostly useless. Definitely buy extra strings as they lose their tension after a few days of shooting. Ive had no problems with the bolts it fires. Just use a proper foam target and the bolts can be reused as many times as you want!



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