As crossbow popularity continues to grow in the bowhunting community, manufacturers look to stay ahead of the curve by improving on previous models and developing faster, lighter, more accurate crossbows for 2015.
Featuring new components, redesigned risers and refined power strokes, manufacturers continue to incorporate cutting-edge technology to put their crossbows at the forefront of the industry. From Southern Crossbows‘ scorching new Risen XLT 385 to the easy-to-draw Barnett Recruit, this year’s lineup features something even the most discriminating bowhunter will drool over.
Check out all the latest crossbow offerings for 2015:
<h2>Barnett | Buck Commander Rage</h2>The <a href="http://barnettcrossbows.com/" target="_blank">Barnett Buck Commander Rage</a> combines the best design elements from all Barnett crossbows into one lightweight, hard-hitting package. Most notable are the reverse-draw technology and lightweight CarbonLite Riser. This combination significantly reduces vibration and noise as well as bow weight (6.5 pounds) and width (10 inches axle-to-axle when cocked). It also shifts the bow’s center of gravity closer to the shooter’s body for a well-balanced shot. And the 155-pound draw weight, 15.125-inch power stroke, composite limbs and CROSSWIRE string and cable system combine to produce a bolt speed of 330 fps with 97 foot-pounds of kinetic energy. <p></p> Decorated in a carbon-fiber finish or in high-definition camouflage, the Buck Commander Rage also features a CNC machined Picatinny rail, finger guard Pass-Through foregrip and adjustable butt pad and is available as a package with quiver, three 20-inch bolts and illuminated 4x32 multi-reticle scope. <p></p> <strong>MSRP:</strong> Not available