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Is the SA Sports 175-lb. Fever Crossbow Package a good beginner crossbow, and are the scope and bolts any good? If it is not so

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  • huntfishtrap
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    Hate to sound discouraging, but in general you usually get what you pay for with crossbows, up to a point anyway. I'm not saying it's necessary to spend $1000 on a top-of-the-line model, but the "bargain-basement" bows are usually heavy, loud, and have tons of vibration, in my experience. I would look around for a good-quality used bow; I think that might offer more bang for your buck

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  • Is the SA Sports 175-lb. Fever Crossbow Package a good beginner crossbow, and are the scope and bolts any good? If it is not so

    Is the SA Sports 175-lb. Fever Crossbow Package a good beginner crossbow, and are the scope and bolts any good? If it is not so good, are there any other good crossbows under $200? Thanks N.D.P.

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