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    Default scorpyd crossbows

    Could any 1 send info and a dealers info for me as well as specks on a scorpyd. tx

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    this is the site i came up with. lok like they are based out of illinoise.

    click the link http://www.scorpyd.com/store.html

    http://www.scorpyd.com/store.html

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    do you joint scorpyd familly ?

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    I had a vent a great shooter high priced but worth the money.

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    David is great to deal with--------http://www.wyverncreations.com

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    correction there out of Coralville or Iowa City, Iowa

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    are these in Cabelas type stores? like to see em up close.

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    I have a 2015 Scorpyd Orion 160 Extreme. Bought the package from Jim Kempf, the creator of Scorpyd at Scorpyd.com.

    Nice guy to deal with.

    Bobby

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    Has anybody had chance to test out the Scorpyd 165 yet? I've always been a fan of the Barnett models. I was recommended the Ghost 400 as the next model to try out at the moment but fancied giving something different a go. I'm quite intrigued by the reverse draw technology that some of the manufactures are starting to look to but haven't had a chance to use that style bow. Apparently the Scorpyd 165 is the fastest bow now avilable on the market from what I've been told and I'm presuming it's something to do with the reverse Draw tech behind it. I'm wondering at what price this comes at and whether the overall feel and performance is compromised. I've got my eye on a few at an online for sale auction site but don't want to make any knee-jerk reactions if you know what I mean. Is it worth sticking with something like the Ghost 400 or should I take the plunge with the Scorpyd? There's quite a considerable difference in price with the 165 coming in at least a few hundred dollars more expensive. Is it really worth it just to try out this new tech? Both are within my budget so it really is just down to which one is worth the money based on their performance and is the 165 bringing anything new to the table other than being a bit faster than its competition. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Si.


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    I have my eye on a scrorpyd but can't justify it having just purchased a Carbon Express Supercoil not too long ago. I was also looking at the Horton RDX Storm. As I undestand it, Scorpyd is the reverse draw crossbow patent holder and the rest are licensing Sorpyd's design. http://www.scorpyd.com/technology/
    Carbon Express Interceptor Supercoil
    Hawke XB1 1.5-5x32
    Maxima Hunter 290gr 20" bolts
    Carbon Express Field points 125gr
    Muzzy Trocar Fixed Blade Broadheads 125gr
    Grim Reaper's Old Glory Mechanical Broadheads 100gr (+25gr collar)
    Launchpad Lighted Nocks

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