Freelander, welcome to Crossbow Forum; your English is fine. But don't let us pick your crossbow for you, go to a store where you can try them out and make your own decision, you are the one who will be shooting it. If I could offer you just a little advice, don't buy your crossbow on ebay. How will that vendor help you if you have a problem? How will you know if it's too long, short, heavy, or too wide? Once you buy it off ebay, they MIGHT give you a refund, but in most cases you will have to pay return shipping. You won't really save anything by not buying local. If there are no stores in your area, then that's another thing. I have a motto: "Buy it where you try it", at least whenever you can. Good luck to you my friend, let us know what you end up with.
Originally Posted by freelander
What was William Tell’s foc, fps, KE, dtt, momentum, db noise level, arrow material, spine, grain weight, fletching, nock, and point style when he had to make his first shot count?
Middleton DTM 375 SS
Man Kung 300fps Frankenbow
Man Kung MK-150A3B forcefeeder
Wham-O Powermaster [retired]
Jack Pine Brush Hog & Death Dart Arrows, Bionic Bowstrings, and Backwoods Bipod