TenPoint Crossbow Technologies, an industry leader in crossbow innovation and technology, received the Reader’s Choice Award from Game & Fish Sportsman magazine. Readers chose the TenPoint Titan Xtreme as their crossbow of choice.
Appearing in the July/August 2013 issue of Game & Fish/Sportsman magazines, the Reader’s Choice Awards highlighted TenPoint Crossbow Technologies as the winner in the crossbow category. Publisher Peter Gross states, “Our readers are hard core hunters, that’s why we are extremely interested in their opinions about what works in the field.” This survey was sent to their monthly subscribers, which includes 400,000 households and was also featured on their website, gameandfish.com. The Game & Fish Sportsman Reader’s Choice Award winners will receive their awards at the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
Rick Bednar, Owner of TenPoint Crossbows comments, “Being an avid hunter myself and bringing up my family as hunters, it is important to me to produce the finest quality equipment on the market. When we develop products, we think about the features and benefits that are most important to us. Our main focus is reliability and accuracy. We are humbled and pleased that readers chose the TenPoint Titan Xtreme as their bow of choice. We are committed to building the best crossbows on the market, made in the USA.”
The affordably priced Titan Xtreme is equipped with a new, fully machined aluminum riser with more acutely angled limb pockets and 13-inch HL Limbs. These revisions produce a narrower and more powerful, 21.625-inch bow assembly with a 180-pound draw weight. This configuration, fitted with D-75 string and cables with tunable yokes powered by new XR wheels, mounts on a 7/8” longer barrel. Its new string serving is also infused with wax and burnished to provide unmatched serving life. Together, these features elevate the Titan’s speed to 333 fps when paired with TenPoint’s new Pro Lite carbon arrow.
To reduce weight and improve handling, the Titan Xtreme is equipped with TenPoint’s Fusion Lite stock, which weighs five ounces less than the original fusion stock. The weight reduction is achieved by an aesthetic cutout above the trigger guard, a cored-out fore-grip to stabilize the stock dimensions by evenly distributing the composite material during molding, and ventilation holes in the butt stock to help the camo pattern adhere better to the stock.
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