Pistol Crossbow Cobra 80lbs

A new crossbow pistol with synthetic body and a special draw lever.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 36
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info Foreseen earliest delivery on 3. July.
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  • Product No: 5187

Pistol Crossbow Cobra 80lbs

  • The delivery includes three arrows.
  • Draw weight 80 lbs
  • Total length 49 cm
  • Prod length approx. 44 cm
  • Weight of the whole set approx. 630 g

Safety instructions:

  • Do not cock or load your crossbow until you intend to shoot.
  • Do not point at anything you are not intended to shoot.
  • It can only shoot with proper bolts.
  • Never shoot it without bolt. To do so could damage the prod.
  • It is dangerous to use a damaged prod, string or bolt. It may cause further damage or injury to the user and/or others.

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