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Darton Archery Serpent Crossbow

Darton Archery Serpent Crossbow

Darton celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2010 with the introduction of its Serpent crossbow.

Darton celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2010 with the introduction of its Serpent crossbow. Created for ease of use in ground blinds or treestands, the Serpent features a compact design -- 35 1/2 inches long by 20 inches wide -- and 13-inch powerstroke, producing bolt speeds as high as 320 fps and 96.5 foot-pounds of kinetic energy. The Serpent carries a draw weight of 170 pounds and tips the scales at 8.7 pounds. For more information, visit www.dartonarchery.com.

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