Date: 23/11/2020 16:19
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Customers Q&A on Sen-X Onyx Tactical Crossbow

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  • Luke from USA asked:

    What hunting arrows r compatible?

    • Mark from USA:

      The Steambow bolts are specific to the Sen-X.

  • Keith from USA asked:

    Where is it made?

    • Mark from USA:

      Austria

  • John from USA asked:

    Do you also sell the Steambow power reduction fitting which reduces the power and air usage by 1/2 ?

    • John from USA:

      I primarily shoot my crossbows for shorter range target where the standard power would be unnecessarily loud and use up the tanks faster. I can only think of 2 other common crossbow models which offer user adjustable power levels and think that it is a major selling point compared to other crossbow models.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Looking at the power reduction blue kit, they should be available down the road. Just curious, why are you interested in it?

  • John from USA asked:

    What is the maximum width of the bow when not cocked? What is the minimum width of the bow when is it cocked? The Specifications lists 11 lbs for the system. Does that include a large air tank & scope?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Not cocked with limbs collapsed: About 10.5" width Not cocked with limbs deployed: About 33.5" width When Cocked: About 29.5" width Weight with 13ci tank and Hawke 2-8x scope: 12.75 lbs on my scale. So 11 lbs is likely without the tank or scope.

  • Moe from USA asked:

    I see that the co2 is mounted on the right side. What happens if you are a left handed shooter ?

    • Val from USA:

      You can move the mounting bracket to either side easily, just a regular nut/bolt. The crossbow is truly ambidextrous, not to mention you mount the tank forward if you want to make the steambow to be more front heavy. I actually prefer it that way, personally.

  • phillip from USA asked:

    How many shots or one push cocks per 90 gram c02 cartridge?

    • Mark from USA:

      2-3 shots depending on the temperature.

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