Crossbow with hinged flap limbs, 150lbs

The crossbow FLAP with fiberglass and plastic butt and limbs made of fiberglass. It comes with two 14" aluminum arrows.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 140
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Price of the selection: 140
info Foreseen earliest delivery on 6. March.
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  • Product No: 8510

Crossbow FLAP with hinged flap limbs, 150lbs

Specifications of the crossbow Flap:

  • Approximately 30.8 cm long
  • Approximately 30.5 cm wide
  • Weight approx 2.7 kg
  • Draw weight: 150 lbs
  • Arrow Length: 14"
  • Color: black
  • Producer: Mankung Enterprise Co.,Ltd

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