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!
Jack ><>