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I am a handicapped hunter that uses a crossbow, how well do the self-cocking mechanisms work?

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  • I am a handicapped hunter that uses a crossbow, how well do the self-cocking mechanisms work?

    I am a handicapped hunter that uses a crossbow, how well do the self-cocking mechanisms work?

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    watcher4913
    Not knowing your ability, there are basically two type, one a cocking string that’s a two handed operation and the other is a crank mechanism built in the butt in of the stock. I’m sorry I cannot provide you with any better info, just need to seek out a reputable archery shop or better yet call Barnett Crossbows at 1-800-237-4507.

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    • #3
      Ten-Point Crossbows uses a crank mechanism on the stock. I've used it and it is really easy to crank. Very simple to figure out too. It's great.

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      • #4
        They work great my grandfather got a crossbow with a hand crank built into the stock and they are very easy to cock. The ones that attach to the string are still very hard to draw. I would reccomend one built into the stock.

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        • #5
          I have never used one, but they sounds fairly easy from the responses here.

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          • #6
            They work pretty good!

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            • #7
              They work pretty good!

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              • #8
                They work pretty good!

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