September 8, 2017

Tech Tip: De-cocking a crossbow

De-cocking a crossbow can be intimidating if you have never seen it done properly. Check out this important tech tip from Excalibur to see it done […]
September 8, 2017

Early season snacks: Where to find whitetails in crossbow season

If you want to be successful hunting whitetails with a crossbow during the archery-only season gaining a broad knowledge of their natural food habitats is important […]
September 8, 2017

Crossbow hunting legalities and practicalities

Hunting in Texas is an interesting place. While deer and hog populations are sky high, waterfowl habitat in much of the state has decline causing smaller […]
September 5, 2017

Why Should I Consider Crossbows?

Benefits of Adding a Crossbow to Your Repertoire Since their invention, crossbows have been a powerful, accurate, lethal and sometimes even controversial piece of archery equipment. […]
September 5, 2017

Crossbow Essentials for Bowhunting Success

When I was first introduced to the realm of crossbows in 2009, it broadened my perspective of bowhunting in many new ways. To this day, I […]
September 5, 2017

Flash of the Blade: Selecting the Right Bolts and Broadheads

I simply love crossbows and the accessories that come with shooting them. The questions of picking out the right bolts and broadheads for your particular crossbow […]
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Excalibur Micro Suppressor

Holy Shhh...Simply Quiet!

Featuring the all new Sound Deadening System, this includes an over-moulded rubberized stirrup and hold down spring, Ex-Shox, String Stars, and R.A.V.S. (Recoil Anti-Vibration System) silencers for deadly suppressed performance. The five-component package works in sync to dramatically reduce vibration and noise when the crossbow is fired, resulting in a much smoother shooting experience and effectively increases your success in the field.

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With Excalibur, accuracy is more than just a word, it's a guarantee! We guarantee that each and every bow we produce is capable of shooting groups of 3" or less at 25 yards using broadheads… Target arrows? Better shoot one per target or you'll be buying more!


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