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ACUsled is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
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Item #: HCA-000-AS
Price: $49.99
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Available www.tenpointcrossbows.com

Description 

The Industry's Only Portable, Fully Retractable, Rope-Sled

A portable, retractable rope-cocker designed for most TenPoint, Horton, and Wicked Ridge crossbows*, including reverse-draw and acute string angle crossbows, the new ACUsled reduces a crossbow’s draw weight by 50% and reduces the risk of inaccurate cocking that can occur with traditional rope-cockers, and thus, improves a shooter’s accuracy. The lightweight unit’s draw cord is pound-for-pound 15 times stronger than steel and completely retracts inside one of the two grips after cocking the crossbow. Then, the grips dovetail neatly together to form a compact unit for easy storage.

  • Compatible with all TenPoint and Horton crossbows with Functionally Superior Bullpup (FSB) stocks, including ultranarrow and reverse-draw crossbows (except the Nitro X) and most Wicked Ridge crossbows
  • Reduces draw weight by 50%
  • Clever, convenient, and user-friendly
  • Draws the bow accurately every time
  • Lightweight and affordable
  • No more dangling ropes or handles
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Accessory My son shoots a Ten-point Turbo GT crossbow that only has the rope cocking device. For his birthday we bought him the ACUsled cocking devise. What a nice improvement over the standard rope device. With this new ACUsled, it will be smoother and easier to pull and cock the bow, providing a more consistent and accurate draw each time. Plus it is compact and stores away nicely in the back pack. It takes up very little space and is easy to retrieve when needed to re-cock the bow again without getting a tangled up rope. I also enjoy shooting my son's Ten-point GT and this will make it easier to draw and re-cock the bow quicker. I no longer can shoot a vertical bow due to age and shoulder injuries. So this year, when I make the change over to my Ten-point cross bow, an ACUsled will be one of my first accessories added.
Date published: 2019-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ACUsled Works pretty good, great design and idea. Much better than using the standard rope cocker. Only reason for 4 stars was that it doesn’t retract very smoothly, and have to shake it a bit to get rope all the way in. May mess with it and see if I can smooth it out.
Date published: 2019-03-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from TenPoint AccuSled The AccuSled worked well on my crossbow, the only issue I had was it's rather hard to adjust to fit a crossbow correctly. Would recommend it.
Date published: 2018-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best cocking device I've owned. I have used traditional rope cockers with hooks, and crank style cocking devices. The ACUSLED is the easiest and most user friendly I have ever used. I bought this for my wife's Wicked Ridge Warrior. Fits perfectly and functions flawlessly.
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ACUsled Very easy to use. No more tangled ropes. Works great on my Horton Storm RDX.
Date published: 2019-09-17
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Can I lengthen the rope ? It is too short to use with my Stryker 380. Can you send me a longer rope, or can I use generic rope in same diameter ?

Asked by: PaVenison
We are not able to send a longer replacement rope and we do not recommend altering the product from its original, purchase condition.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-01

Will this work as a standby for the nitro xrt? If not why?

Asked by: TomH
It will not. The Nitro XRT does not come with a foot stirrup, and there is no way to create the leverage point needed for the rope cocker to work.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-09-23

Will this work on an older TenPoint Titan

Asked by: joker67
The ACUsled will not work, however, the ACUrope will: https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com/shop/ACUrope-wCase-P29.aspx
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-09-19

Will this work on Horton Vortex RDX with an Accu Draw Pro installed on the unit? I would like to use this unit as a back up if the Accu Draw Pro would fail. Does it need a butt stock groove to work because my claw is in that area.

Asked by: Model94
Yes, it will work. To use the ACUsled as a back-up, you would need to remove the claw from it's storage position temporarily while cocking the bow. The rope sled rope must leverage point is in the slot where the claw stores. After the bow is cocked, you then place the claw back in the storage position.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-09-09

Is the sled on this item the updated version that doesn't bind up on the string when you try to remove it?

Asked by: Pastorjim
Yes - the sled will not bind up during removal.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-08-29

will this work with a Bear X Saga 370?

Asked by: hunt42
This cocking mechanism was designed specifically to work with TenPoint, Wicked Ridge, and Horton Crossbow Innovations crossbow models. Please consult with the manufacturer of your crossbow to determine if this cocking mechanism is safe to use.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-08-22

Will this work with a Horton Dakota SL

Asked by: Glw1
Horton Crossbow Innovations did not manufacture that crossbow model, therefore we are unable to say with certainty whether this type of cocking mechanism will work.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-08-08

Can this be used to also release the string on the cross bow after it has been cocked

Asked by: Glw1
No - the Dry Fire Inhibitor (DFI) mechanism on the front of the crossbow's trigger box prevents the crossbow from being de-cocked using a cocking device. The safest way to de-cock your crossbow is by shooting it. For detailed information on how to safely de-cock your crossbow, please contact our Customer Service Department by calling 330-628-9245 Option 2.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-07-31
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