TenPoint XLT Crossbow

TenPoint XLT Crossbow

TenPoint enters 2010 packing its new Turbo XLT crossbow.

TenPoint enters 2010 packing its new Turbo XLT crossbow. The Turbo XLT evolved from TenPoint's Compact Limb System and features a compact bow assembly that measures just 13.5 inches from axel to axel when cocked. Unlike its CLS-based predecessors, the Turbo XLT touts a lighter riser, more accurately angled limb pockets and 11-inch ISO Taper limbs.

The crossbow's 180-pound draw can send a 420-grain arrow flying at 315 fps and can produce 92.5 foot-pounds of kinetic energy. The Turbo XLT weighs in at 8 pounds, 11 ounces. For additional information, visit www.tenpointcrossbows.com.

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