Learn the proper methods of maintaining your TenPoint crossbow.

You should lube your rail approximately every 75-100 shots under normal conditions. Applying too much lube can cause excessive wear on your string's center serving and it will also cause your ACUdraw felt pad to fall off (if your crossbow is equipped with an ACUdraw unit). You should also lube your rail after you have gotten your crossbow wet - dry it thoroughly first, then re-apply a fresh coat of rail lube. After approximately one hour after application, the rail lube will dry to a thin glaze.

TenPoint Crossbow Technologies does not recommend loosening or letting down the tension on limbs in the off season. There is no way to let off enough tension on your string & cables to keep them from stretching. Also, you can end up doing damage to your limbs if not properly tightened before shooting and your crossbow performance will probably suffer.

On the outside edge of the light intensity dial there is a threaded cap that will come off when twisted counter-clockwise - also, some of the covers have a large slot where a screw driver or coin can be used to twist it off and on. The battery sits inside that compartment with the wording/number facing outward. The battery is a 3 volt lithium with the number 2032 on it. The replacements can be purchased at any grocery, department or electronics store.

We recommend the Americase AT-EC-36135 Breakdown Crossbow Case. The AT-EC Breakdown Crossbow case is ready for travel and contains a foam insert in the base and a removable hard foam shelf. We suggest that you put the stock, quiver and bolts in the bottom, and the bow and foot stirrup into the shelf.

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