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Horton Steelforce 150


$175.00 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Maintenance is relatively easy, just needs a quick wipe occasionally. Easy to load, don't have to strain to get a bolt set up. Built with durable, heavy-duty materials that can be relied on.

The Cons:A bit hard to maneuver in the brush, can be large and awkward. Starts to feel a little heavy after a few hours.

The Horton Steel Force is a Crossbow with 150lb draw weight and a microfiber synthetic barrel. It has a speed of 240 FPS and its Dial-A-Range trajectory compensation system eases aim. It is designed with a 4-arrow quick detach quiver and measures 31” long, with a total weight of 5lbs. 

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    maintenance is relatively easy, just needs a quick wipe occasionally

  • 1

    easy to load, don't have to strain to get a bolt set up

  • 1

    built with durable, heavy-duty materials that can be relied on

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    has a great range, bolts go a long way and maintain power

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    excellent accuracy, always know where your bolts are going

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    a bit hard to maneuver in the brush, can be large and awkward

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    starts to feel a little heavy after a few hours

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gigmaster
gigmaster: #horton_steelforce_150 I've had a Steel Force for years, and I would trade it for anything. It's a great, no-nonsense, no-frills crossbow that gets the job done. I've taken deer, hogs and even small-game with it with no problems whatsoever. Oct 17, 13
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    gigmaster: Correction-I wouldn't trade it for anything. They need an edit button on this thing. Oct 17, 13

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