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My Latest toy....

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It's been called a hybrid, or a Mutt, depends on who ya ask!


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Does it shoot straight? [rolleyes]
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Does it shoot straight? [rolleyes]


Sure does!
Was a joint venture project between Excalibur an Bear archery, in Canada excalibur sold it as the Paradox, in the US Bear sold em as Buckmaster Maxpoint
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   That is another tack driver for sure. A little on the heavy side but it shoots great.
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   That is another tack driver for sure. A little on the heavy side but it shoots great.


It's actually not to bad as far as weight, has the Vixen rail, riser and stock so it's a shorty!
At 175 lbs draw, Will shoot a 400 gr arrow @ 335 fps not to shabby! It was reported to shoot 400 fps before they detuned the cams some. Has zero let-off cams.
Danny Miller just put a new string an cables on it.
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Just wondering, does it have the Excalibur (full??) warrenty??
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Just wondering, does it have the Excalibur (full??) warrenty??


Nope, no warranty, Danny Miller @ Horizontal Archery is the only guy that even has any parts for em.
Believe they were produced in 2003-04. Jennings archery may have even had a hand in em, not sure. There's a name you don't hear
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http://home.comcast.net/~archery/jennings.htm
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Jennings...now we're showing our age! Don't worry, I remember when they were the bow line to have.
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Update!
My neighbor kept bugging me all summer so I finally sold him the Maxpoint, so I'm down to only three crossbows in the house.
Now I just gotta get paid for it  [rofl]  [rofl]  [rofl]
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My buddy shot a Paradox for years. Very fast and a lot of power. He bought a 380 when they first came out but still has the Paradox.
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Great bows. I popped a buck last yr with mine and the arrow was buried in the ground with a complete pass thru with 100 gr tips. Neighbor is a good guy, wants to try something different without dropping a bunch of money. No doubt, he's hooked by now.
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