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Wicked Ridge Unveils 2024 Crossbow Lineup

Highlighted by the new RDX 410, Wicked Ridge will also offer the Invader M1 and Commander M1 rigs.

Wicked Ridge Unveils 2024 Crossbow Lineup

(Photos courtesy of Wicked Ridge)

From the scorching speeds of the RDX 410 to the sweet price of the Commander M1, Wicked Ridge Crossbows’ just-announced 2024 lineup features a trio of high-quality, super-deadly models designed to meet the needs of any bowhunter, whether you’re new to the sport or you’re a seasoned archery hunter in search of a new big-game slayer.

RDX 410

Highlighting Wicked Ridge’s 2024 lineup is the RDX 410, a feature-rich bow that shoots bolts a blistering 410 fps while checking in a full three inches shorter than its predecessor, the RDX 400.

The reverse-draw RDX 410 is powered by 11.7-inch limbs and the company’s Reaper Cam System that work in tandem to deliver fast, hard-hitting shots that easily handle deer, bears, turkeys and more. The crossbow also comes with Wicked Ridge’s ACUdraw Silent, the quiet, easy-to-operate crank cocking device that’s built right into the stock. With the ACUdraw Silent, cocking the bow is simple and safe, with only 5 pounds of force needed to handle the 180-pound draw weight. The ACUdraw’s locking mechanism also secures the cocking handle in place if your hand accidentally slips off the handle or you take your hand off it, eliminating the potential for serious injury or damage to the bow.

Wicked Ridge RDX 410

Other highlights of the RDX 410 include the new Pro-View 400 lighted 4x32 scope, which provides red and green illumination options, offers aim points out to 70 yards and features an updated reticle that delivers a clearer view for the shooter; the Tactical X Stock that features strategic cutouts and weighs less than the RDX 400 stock, helping to reduce the overall bow weight and enhance bow balance; and TenPoint’s crisp, clean 3.5-pound trigger.

As for the specs, the RDX 410 checks in at 29 inches long, measures 9 inches wide axle to axle when cocked and weighs 7.25 pounds without accessories. It comes as a ready-to-shoot package, with the scope, three-bolt quiver and three Match 400 Carbon Alpha-Nock bolts with fieldpoints all included. The suggested retail price is $899.99.

Invader M1

The Invader is Wicked Ridge’s top-selling crossbow ever and for 2024, the company has come up with a sleeker, more compact version that drops the hammer on game.

At 32 inches long without the stirrup and 9.5 inches wide axle to axle when cocked, the Invader M1 is 5.5 inches narrower and 2.5 inches shorter than the original Invader. The crossbow’s VX-5 reverse cams and 11-inch TPX limbs result in an elongated power stroke, with the 190-pound bow assembly generating velocities of up to 390 fps.

Like the RDX 410, the Invader M1 comes with the Pro-View 400 lighted scope, and an integrated ACUdraw is included with the bow, making it easy to cock this big-game assassin.

The Invader M1 checks in at 5.8 pounds without accessories and just under 9 pounds fully loaded. In addition, to the scope and ACUdraw, the crossbow comes with three Match 400 Carbon Alpha-Nock bolts and a quiver. Cost is $749.99.

Commander M1

If you’re looking for a fast, accurate crossbow for someone who’s just starting out in bowhunting but don’t want to break the bank, the Commander M1 is an excellent option. This new-for-2024 model propels bolts up to 380 fps, features a relatively lightweight build and comes with an exceptional price point, with the base model checking in at $499.99.

Similar to the Invader M1, the Commander M1 features Wicked Ridge’s 11-inch TPX limbs and VX-5 reverse cams, with the 180-pound draw weight and elongated power stroke packing a punch that will knock out just about any big-game animal.

Wicked Ridge Commander M1

Like all Wicked Ridge models, safety is paramount, with the crossbow coming with TenPoint’s Dry-Fire-Inhibitor that prevents the bow from discharging until there’s a bolt seated in place and elongated safety wings to prevent fingers from accidentally sliding up into the string path.


The bow is 34 inches long without the stirrup and 9.5 inches wide axle to axle when cocked. It comes with a TenPoint Multi-Line Scope, three Match 400 Carbon Alpha-Nock bolts, quiver and a rope-sled cocking aid. Plus, for an additional $100, you can get the Commander M1 with the ACUdraw, making cocking the bow even easier.

For more information on the 2024 Wicked Ridge crossbow line, visit their website.

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