Introducing the New Horton Storm RDX Crossbow

At the 2015 ATA Show in Indianapolis, Ind., Horton introduced its newest crossbow, the Horton Storm RDX. As the first reverse-draw crossbow in the Horton line, the Storm RDX features a new adjustable stock design with an adjustable cheekpiece and buttplate, Horton's new arrow retention brush and TenPoint's ACUdraw cocking mechanism. The Storm RDX weighs in at under 8 pounds with a 16.5-inch power stroke, 15.5-inch axle-to-axle width uncocked and is capable of reaching IBO speeds of 370 fps. The Horton Storm RDX will be available in March with an MSRP of $999 or $1,199 depending on selected options.

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