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Avalanche Mini Crossbow Tactical Pistol 50-lb


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Avalanche Pistol Grip Tactical 50-lb. Crossbow

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    Avalanche Pistol Grip Tactical 50-lb. Crossbow
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    Avalanche Pistol Grip Tactical 50-lb. Crossbow
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Sugg. Retail: $27.00
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This Avalanche mini-crossbow pistol is perfect for target practice and small-game hunting.

  • 50-lb. draw weight
  • Metal limbed bow
  • Shoots bolts up to 150 FPS
  • Includes 5 ABS bolts with field tips

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Avalanche Pistol Grip Tactical 50-lb. Crossbow Stars3.89 out of 5 based on 141 ratings. 141 user reviews.


Reviewed by BigCheeseStick from Myrtle Beach on 05-Aug-2014Fun toy
Rating3 star3
This things fun to play with shooting a dart board or other stuff at 10-15 yards or so, but made so junky I swear EVERY TIME I loaded it, till the time it was fired and the tension was released, I thought it would just explode into bits and kill us all! :D :D :DWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by matt from ohio on 01-May-2014poor
Rating1 star1
I bought the item and got it within 5 days. it came out of the box with every screw loose. I got it strung and put it away for the night as I get home around 10:00 pm. the next day I go to use it and the safety doesn't work the string jumps forward without pulling the trigger. I was very dis-satisfied with the item. I never even got to fire it.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Toby from NE on 01-May-2014Piece of junk
Rating1 star1
I used it only one day and the next day it broke when I shot the bolts. It went through my target and the bolt broke.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Matt from Poughkeepsie on 28-Apr-2014You get what you pay for
Rating2 star2
Well,when I first got it, it was fun to shoot around with. Not accurate at all, but as each shot when on, all the bolts just kept getting looser no matter how much they were tightened, until the point where i now have a bag full of screws and missing bolts to keep them in place (they fell off somewhere outside). My string was frayed and it never broke, but it got close and budk sent me a new one for free. Not that good unless you have 20 dollars to just throw away. I got this on bogo and my brothers did the same thing as mine. Its a cheap crossbow, you get what you pay for.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 2.00
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Reviewed by alex g from michigan on 12-Apr-2014junk
Rating1 star1
It misfires every other shot, the string frayed and fell apart and the bolts only last one shot.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Ojay from Canyon, tx on 04-Apr-2014POS
Rating1 star1
I bought this crossbow as part of a kit. It was fun the first day, however, EVERY bolt and screw that held it together is loose, and that was out of the box. The nut and bolt that held the sight on FELL out when i took it out of the package. I fired it once and the sight fell off and lost the nut and bolt that held it. My father fired it once and plastic started flying off. the stopper for the metal cock is already busted. The bolts have no weight to them. So little that they can't even penetrate a CARDBOARD box. Overall this is a piece of s**t. I would not recommend this to ANYONE because of the dangers. Also, when trying to cock it back, both mine and my fathers skin as been cut by the (supposedly) not sharp plastic. Being a person who like to build things, I think I can build one better than this. This plastic piece of s**t should not even exist. I have had mine a week and it looks like I have heavily used it for years. (Only have shot about 30 shots) Overall, I think this was the last purchase from this site. Everything I have gotten from here has been s**t.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Aaron from Marietta, Ga on 02-Mar-2014surprised at what I got for $20
Rating4 star4
I was quite surprised that this was $20, because it just seems like it's worth more. I think if I came across this and wasn't told the price, I'd guess $40 or 50. This has a lot of power and the bolt tips are very sharp. It can be accurate, but you'd have to brace it because it jumps (about the recoil of a .22LR handgun), and get a finer aiming bead, but I don't think trying to make it accurate a sharpshooter would be necessary. I would recommend getting extra bolts, since the plastic sometimes breaks just behind the tip. other cons: the safety bar will (unless mine is a defect) pop out once the crossbow is fired, and hit the trigger lift (the plastic that pushes the string out of the holding slot). For some reason the safety bar has a spring in it, which I didn't notice until I was wondering why the jostle of shooting a bolt moved the safety. Pulling the string back when the safety is closed over the holding slot will move the safety bar back so the string still goes in the slot and the safety resets. I doesn't seem like it's made to do that, but that would explain the spring for the safety bar. Occasionally the string passes right over the bolt for a misfire (not a safe one either), This occurs less often when I make sure the bolt is pushed all the way back, but sometimes it still does. Minor issue. The design is simple, I won't explain the whole thing, but the simplicity screams cheap, although the cut-corner design works quite well. the crossbow is made of ABS plastic. you should have some trouble (a lot of trouble, if you don't know what your doing) stringing the crossbow, as you would stringing any stiff bow. I'd recommend this as a "for fun" bow. So if you don't plan on hunting with it and are mainly just going to have fun shooting it, this is a perfect item. Although it is VERY capable of hunting [small game]. This is quite a lethal little weapon.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Kelli Smith from Illinois on 02-Mar-2014Broke
Rating1 star1
Got as a gift and only got to shoot it once and now the safety does not work as well as once it is cocked the string fires without even touching the trigger. I would not recommend this product, which is a shame because I was excited to get it.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Sam from NH on 25-Feb-2014Don't Buy
Rating2 star2
Got this as a gift three or four years ago. At the time it was okay. Used it a few times then moved on when it broke. The string, bow and bolts were fine but the knocks for the string to slide one broke one day when I shot it. Last week I ordered one for my brother and it came with extra knocks so I put them on mine. First day using, his broke and mine broke again. I think I am just going to use some polypro cord and thread it through the holes on the end of the limbs. Hope that works.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 2.00
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Reviewed by Frank from Ormond Beach, FL on 07-Feb-2014Good For What It Is
Rating4 star4
This little pistol-crossbow is good for what it is - a small, easy-to-use, affordable crossbow. We're serious and avid archery buffs and have lots of archery equipment from standard bows, compounds, and high-end high-power crossbows. At the price, these little crossbows are very nice. However - there are a few things needed to get it to perform well and consistently. Maker sure to tighten all nuts and use loctite or nail polish to keep them from loosening (except front bow screw that secures bow to frame). Make sure to wax the entire string well with bow string wax and set in sun for a while or use a hair dryer so the wax melts into the string. Make sure to center the metal bow in the frame accurately. Get some of the aluminum darts - you'll be glad you did. The plastic darts that are included are not for accurate shooting. Now for accuracy, we ended up cutting off the rear adjustable/windage sight all together. The vertical screw is what you end up with after cutting that off. When aiming, align the top of the rear screw to top of front sight and it is pretty accurate at 25-30 feet. We've used a chrono to measure FPS, and it consistently shoots well over 150 FPS. It is not a toy. It is not a pro piece either, though. It is what it is. A nice affordable pistol crossbow that can be used in survival situations, or to attach on a backpack with a lanyard. It is lots of fun. We shoot it in our family room with a standard foam archery target. Fifty feet is still in the good range for this (accuracy and power) if you had to go after small game with it. Up to 75 feet is ok. After that the energy falls off way too much. Again, it is fun for what it is. It will probably go close to a 100 yards, but with no effective power or accuracy. It's a close range thing. Would hate to be a squirrel at 50-75 feet!Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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