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My Arms & Armor

"KingSlayer" Crossbow

purchased in 2006

I picked this up at Pennsic in 2006. After looking at a few other models (not that there were many there), the difference in quality was immediately apparent when I walked into the Kingslayer booth. These crossbows were gorgeous! I picked out a nice mahogany model.

Sadly, if I have yet to fire it. However the construction is solid and the mechanism is nice and tight.

The draw weight is approximately 60 pounds. It was explained to me that it's resulting velocity is equivelant to a much higher draw weight from a steel prod, since the laminate wood construction (similar to modern bows) has a faster reaction speed than the typical steel prod. Thus making a lighter pull for the same output velocity.



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