Horton out of business....
Most of you know this already, so you can just ignore it, this is directed toward a few who may not have heard that Horton Crossbow is no longer in business. They have been purchased by Ten Point, who has no intentions of manufacturing the Horton line; they are done.
I post this for the guys who don't know, and who will no doubt run across a great deal on a new or used Horton somewhere. My advice: Don't buy it unless it is in perfect operating condition and it is an absolute steal. If you buy one and anything other than strings/cables are needed [you can get aftermarkets], there is no warranty. Buy it as a throwaway or as a parts bow if you already have one like it. I sure feel for you orphaned Horton owners. Glad I got rid of my TRT Ultralite last season!
What was William Tellís 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?
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