Horton Archery Vision 175 Crossbow
Frontal String Technology
Ambidextrous MonteCarlo cheek piece
Multi-A-Range 4×32 Scope
Shoots up to 325 fps
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Product DescriptionHorton's Frontal String Technology allows for optimal balance and assures the compact Vision 175 will not cramp your style in a ground blind or treestand. The Realtree camouflaged, thumbhole stock with ambidextrous MonteCarlo cheek piece and oversized forearm provides a comfortable and stable platform for an accurate shot. Features CNC machined cams with dual ball bearings, CH Arm equipped for in-field string replacement, CNC machined aircraft-grade aluminum riser, dual-sided safety, and talon ultra-light trigger. The Vision 175 comes with a Multi-A-Range 4x32 Scope and shoots up to 325 fps. Vision limbs come with a lifetime warranty.
WARNING: The sale of crossbows is restricted by law in North Carolina, New Jersey, New York City (and vicinity). Check your local regulations.
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Q:can you mount a cocking device and how much is itAsked on 4/19/2012 by Midnight Hunter from Paducah, Kentucky
A:yes and price about 175.00Answered on 6/1/2013 by triggerjohn from pitts pa
Q:How much does it weigh?Asked on 8/21/2010 by Anonymous
A:8 poundsAnswered on 10/10/2010 by bugsby from sulphur, ok
Q:What are the advantages of the reverse bar/string when compared to a regular crossbow?Asked on 8/10/2010 by Anonymous
A:More compact design, which makes it easier to shoot in tighter spaces (blinds, treestands, etc.), and it makes it better balanced, as most crossbows have most of their weight on the front, whereas the reverse bar places most of the weight in the middle of the weapon.Answered on 3/12/2011 by browntd41 from Seminole, OK
Q:DOES THIS CROSSBOW HAVE A COCKING MECHANISIM BUILT IN??Asked on 7/22/2010 by HUNTER 2 from MINNESOTA
A:It has string w handles w/ bracket that makes it easier to
draw back to load.Answered on 8/27/2010 by pat from denton,tx.
A:No. The cocking mechanisim is a rope and trolly. The rope is slung around the eye peice side of the scope mount and the trolly pulls the rope down both sides of the scope and hooks to the string. The ends of the rope have loops to get a hold on and while stepping in the end yoke of the bow you pull the string loops toward you until it is cocked. It is pretty simple but does require some strength to ready the string for firing.Answered on 8/25/2010 by BK from Scranton Pa
Q:How loud is this when compared to a crossbow?Asked on 7/8/2010 by CrazyLoveQNS from Lubbock,TX
A:This is a crossbowAnswered on 7/28/2010 by what from where
A:I have found this bow to be less noisey than other crossbows, it doesnt have that vibration sounds that I did hear when shooting recurve type crossbowsAnswered on 8/28/2010 by Zee_Wall from Houston, Tx