Parker Bows BushWacker 150 Crossbow Up to 285 fps Realtree Max-4 Camo Finish Red Dot Sight Included

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Specifications and features:
Parker Bows BushWacker 150 crossbow
Up to 285 fps
150 lb. draw weight
11" power stroke
Realtree Max-4 camo finish
Machined aluminum riser
Polymer barrel
37-1/4" stock length
23.75" axle to axle
Weighs 7.1 pounds
100% synthetic string, 34"
23-3/8" buss cable
Short, lightweight, and compact
Aggressive stock styling
G2 trigger
Auto-engage, ambidextrous safety
Anti dry-fire device
Vented forearm
Includes red dot sight

At an introductory level, Parker has created the "best value" performance crossbow in the industry with the New BushWacker 150. Inspired by the popularity of the number one selling Tornado, the BushWacker 150 is in a class all its own in safety and style. At the center of its performance is Parkers 100% metal G2 Trigger with anti dry-fire device, and ambidextrous auto engage safety. The vented forearm and safety finger flange are incorporated into the front end of the stock, with an aggressive thumb hole and pistol grip detailed into the back of the stock. The mass weight has been dramatically reduced by skelatonizing the under-comb too.

The BushWacker 150 shoots a 20 inch, 400 grain carbon arrow at a buck tagging 285 feet per second. With 150 pound limbs, the cocking effort to shoot the BushWacker 150 is smooth and easy, with a deadly quiet shot when you pull the no creep trigger.

Arrow Alignment
WARNING! Without proper alignment of bolt and nock, a dry-fire could occur.
Use ONLY Red Hot or Parker Hunter Arrows in Parker Crossbows
Use Moon Nock ONLY
Load Arrow Correctly - Proper Nock Alignment and Full Contact with String
Cock Vane should be in a downward vertical position in the track; nock groove should be horizontal w ith the string
Use 400 grain MINIMUM Arrows
Inspect Arrow and Nock for damage BEFORE each shot
Avoid ALL Obstructions when shooting.