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Horton Ascent

by Staff Report   |  October 28th, 2010 0

Horton goes vertical.


Horton”s journey into the world of vertical bows includes the compact (30 inches axle-to-axle) Ascent. Eight inches of draw length adjustment, seven-inch brace height, 65- to 80-percent letoff, Horton”s OS-3 Cam System and T60-61 aluminum riser all come together to fire arrows at an advertised 310 fps.

The Ascent also comes standard with Tunerz Products for quiet performance and an adjustable carbon cable guard.

Contact: Horton Manufacturing Company, LLC, Dept. PB, 484 Tacoma Avenue Tallmadge, OH 44278; (330) 633-7751.

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Related posts:

  1. Horton Ascent
  2. Introducing the New Horton Storm RDX Crossbow
  3. Hoyt Alphamax 32
  4. Whisper Creek Phantom
  5. Five First Bows
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