New: Renegade Crossbow from TenPoint
New from TenPoint Crossbow Technologies’ comes the Renegade crossbow. Offered at an entry-level pricepoint, the Renegade features a new stock and a time-tested bow assembly, providing consumers premium quality, performance, and safety.
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The affordably-priced Renegade crossbow features TenPoint’s new Fusion UltraLite™ stock. Configured with optimal comb-height and length-of-pull, the Fusion UltraLite stock, made from PolyOne OnForce™ LFT long-fiber thermoplastics, employs strategically placed cutouts in the fore-grip and butt stock to reduce weight and provide superior handling and balance. The fore-grip cutouts also allow shooters to wrap their thumb and fingers “into” the grip. This feature and the glass-reinforced nylon safety wings located on the stock above the grip both help to keep the shooter’s fore-grip hand safely below the arrow flight deck.
Specs & Additional Features:
- 37.875″ long (fully assembled)
- 7lbs in weight
- 165lb draw weight
- Shoots up to 335 ft per second
- Aluminum riser with two large weight-reduction cutouts
- 13-inch, tactical black HL Limbs™ powered by XR™ wheels
- DynaFLIGHT 97 string and cables
- 3x Pro-View 2™ Scope
- DFI™ (Dry-Fire-Inhibitor) and auto-engaging safety trigger
Available with or without one of TenPoint’s two patented cocking units, the ACUdraw™ or ACUdraw 50™, the Renegade is double-dip fluid imaged in Mossy Oak Break-Up® Country™ camo.
It is available as a complete package that includes the scope, cocking mechanism, three Pro Elite™ carbon arrows, and quiver.
- $599 with no cocking mechanism
- $699 with ACUdraw 50
- $799 with ACUdraw
“The Renegade is perhaps the best entry-level TenPoint we have ever designed,” said TenPoint CEO Rick Bednar. “It’s lightweight, narrow, fast, and includes some of the industry’s best safety features. Pair that with TenPoint quality and a perfect price tag and this one has all the makings of being a best-seller for years to come.”
For more information, visit www.tenpointcrossbows.com