Avalanche Folding Take Down Survival Crossbow 150 lb


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  • This is a great crossbow for hunting or target shooting
  • Aluminum frame wrapped in synthetic stock
  • 150-lb draw weight; speed up to 165 fps
  • Fiberglass bow with 10" power stroke
  • Mounting rail for adding scope or sight
  • Includes adjustable sights

This Avalanche folding tactical crossbow is a great crossbow for hunting and target practice. It offers locking, hinged fiberglass bow limbs which fold for compact transport. The aluminum frame is wrapped in a black synthetic stock to withstand moderate impacts and the fiberglass bow has a 10" power stroke with a 150-lb draw weight. This crossbow delivers a 16" aluminum arrow at speeds of up to 165 fps. It has a mounting rail for adding a scope or red-dot sight and includes adjustable sights for precision aiming.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.58 out of 5
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Nov 23, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Great crossbow

Tried stringing with and without stringer, no go. Had to take to bow shop to have it strung. Sights were a little bent when I received it but after shooting and some adjustment it shoots very accurately. It's a powerful bow that really packs a wallop. Had several friends shoot and all hit with fairly good accuracy. Fine bow for fun and hunting.


Jeremy Bean
Mar 13, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Much better than expected

For the price I was just expecting a crossbow that would be fun for target practice and nothing much more than that. I am highly impressed with the amount of power this thing packs. Set up was very easy other than the stringing but now that I have a method this will definitely be joining me on a deep woods trip.


Jan 18, 2019
(5 out of 5)
sharp shooter

very cool crossbow, very light so its easy to carry but i'm still trying to figure out how to attach a quiver


Dec 22, 2018
(4 out of 5)

I finely got it strung had to take to an archery shop to have it done. They should have supplied the crossbow with a stringer . So far it is a nice bow for the price and for a beginner shooter. I don't think I will be taking it a part until I have a Stringer. It is a good first bow for beginners. So I do recommend you should by one you can't beat the price. However take it to and archery shop to have it strung when you get it, then you need to get your own stinger.


May 15, 2018
(4 out of 5)
Xbow shooter

This is my first full sized x bow. I like the fact I can fold it down and travel with it. It also keeps the limb tight after lots of shooting. The other non folding types have a set screw in the middle of the limbs. This can loosen with many shots. I gave it 4 stars because the front site is very flimsy. It fell over when i had it propped up against the wall and it bent. Bent back easy. I removed the iron sites and put some weaver rail on it. Now i have a green dot laser on it. Im only shooting about 10 yards because i dont have alot of room. Very easy to cock by hand too. Just use gloves to protect my hands. Got some 18" arrows and cut them down to put fixed broadheads on too. I can punch through about 850 pages of catalog with it. Leaves a 1.5in hole! No toy here :D Id buy this again!


christopher faulkner
Mar 27, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Very impressed

Picked this up for $69 bucks along with the 80lb pistol. It's my first crossbow, but I really was not expecting it to be as powerful as it is. Had to get creative when stringing it, but holy crap, I really did not expect it to bury a bolt 10-12 inches in a hardened archery block. Very impressed, very solid and well made weapon. will be getting the leaper crossbow scope. The 80lb pistol is also nice, shooting 6 inch aluminum bolts reliably though a phone book.


Nick Sander
Feb 02, 2017
(5 out of 5)
This X-Bow is damn good

This X-Bow is probably my favorite thing to use in my entire armory.... Not joking... I have pretty much every weapon in my armory from throwing knives all the way up to a grenade launcher and this Crossbow seems to always get taken out with me when I go on my daily hike/hunts out on my ranch... it's nice and light so makes it an easy transport and thing packs a nice punch... very fun to shoot. Perfect for the novice or the pro...I have 3 other xbows which cost me 3 to 4 to 5x the price of this one and I would choose this one over any of my others in a heart beat.... I added a green/red laser dot scope as well as a 3 arrow quiver and I couldn't ask for anything better... Big Ups to Avalanche and BudK for hitting this one way out of the park...Well Done!


Marsha Bell
May 13, 2016
(4 out of 5)
Serious weapon

I bought this crossbow on the Steal of the Day 49.00 price. I favor longbows and recurves and wanted to experience a crossbow. This thing is NOT any kind of toy and packs some serious power. Respect it or you could get hurt. It comes with string and two 16" bolts. I had to get a stringer and a cocking rope-these would have been nice to include in the package but for 49.00 I didn't expect them. It was easy enough to set up the limbs (prods) but NOT at all easy to string the bow. I took my time and finally got it done. The stringer was simple to remove after stringing which is usually not the case with crossbows. Apparently I got lucky. When ready to use, a cocking rope is a much safer and simpler way to cock the bow-trying to pull that much draw weight is beyond most people's ability and can be dangerous. This crossbow has an automatic safety that engages when cocked. It will not cock unless the safety is off beforehand. The butt stock length is OK for me-I am 5'2" and arms to match so this is not an issue for me. Easy to sight in. The bolts included are fine for getting familiar with your crossbow but I got some very nice 20" carbon fiber bolts and it really made a difference. I use straw bales to back my targets and help my arrows/bolts last longer. This crossbow is well built, easy to use (once set up and strung) and fun to shoot as long as you remember it is a powerful weapon and not a toy. 4 stars for no stringer/cocking rope and lack of recommendation to get them. Otherwise a real winner.


Kyle Betts
Apr 07, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Great bow for the $

I bought 2 of these when they had the $49.00 blow out. I must admit I was SKEPTICAL! After watching a youtube video on an easy way to string the bow I took it out this evening. I was IMPRESSED! I buy weapons for survival and I guarantee with very little practice you could bag a rabbit. With a nice razor broad head you could bag a deer within a reasonable distance. I was going to spend a bunch of cash on a compound bow but no need to. This crossbow can defiantly get the job done under reasonable conditions. I always look at the steal of the day and 2 of these bows for a little over 100 bucks was a great Steal of the Day. Keep in mind you are buying a simple bow and should not be compared to some of the high tech bows costing hundreds. A rabbit at 20-30 yards should be no problem using only the sights that come with it. 100% happy with the purchase. BudK speedy shipping and great customer service as always is consistent. Its funny I think I talk to the chat person more during the week than my own wife! Always willing to help! Buy one of these with confidence. BTW....I really do not think the bow is as short as everyone seems to comment on.


Frank Zelinski
Feb 23, 2016
(4 out of 5)

Been wanting a crossbow for some time, this has my name on it ! The folding feature also fits my prepping needs, though you may need time to assemble, still worth trying on hikes or survival treks. Would recommend getting carbon fiber bolts for use, 18-20 inch ,tips of ur choice.


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