Nitro XRT

Nitro XRT Crossbow
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Nitro XRT is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 50.
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UP TO 470 FPS / 182 FP KE
7.4 LB Weight
$2,549.99
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Item #: CB19005-2193
Available www.tenpointcrossbows.com

 

Cemented at the top of the food chain, the Nitro XRT is fueled by RX7 cams™ and our Vector Quad™ 4 cable system that generate unprecedented power and nock-breaking accuracy. Its center-mounted riser eliminates the “nose-heavy” feel of traditional crossbows and produces the smoothest shot on the market. Effortlessly draw the crossbow with the silent ACUdraw PRO and become a sniper in the woods with the EVO-X Marksman Scope.

Package Includes:

  • Optics: EVO-X Marksman Scope mounted on a machined aluminum 7/8-inch Fixed Dovetail Mount
  • Cocking Device: ACUdraw PRO cocking device
  • Quiver: 3-Arrow Instant Detach Quiver; ambidextrous side-mount quiver bracket
  • Arrows: Six Evo-X CenterPunch premium carbon arrows with 100-grain practice points
  • Noise Dampening: Integrated String Stop System
  • Hard Case: TenPoint STAG hard crossbow case
  • Sling: TenPoint Neoprene Sling
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the best crossbow I’ve ever owned. This is the 5th Tenpoint crossbow that I’ve owned ant it is the smoothest shooting, compact and quietest one so far. I was expecting this crossbow to be noisy and not as accurate as my Tenpoint Carbon Nitro , but it is. I am totally satisfied and thrilled with the Nitro XRT. Great job Tenpoint!
Date published: 2019-02-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed with nitro XRT I’ve been shooting ten point crossbows for well over 15 years . Are usually buy a new bow every year and donate the old bow to a needy boy . And great success and accuracy with all the other tenpoint bows. So may I bought a nitro XTR Crossbow. Newest latest greatest. Boy was that not true. Right out of the box the one cable is already cut. Got that fixed. Then the bow wouldnt stay sighted in. Two shots touching next two all over the place. Sighted it in over and over again. Same every couple shots. I and I got fed up and sold it yesterday took a $1500 loss on it. Very disappointed with the quality this bow. Hopefully 10 point will get their act together. Very loyal customer until now.
Date published: 2019-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfection Ten Point put together a complete package that is top of the line all the way. The only thing needed is broadheads and lights that fit in the nocks. This is the first crossbow that I have not had to upgrade with aftermarket components. The only upgrade I had to do is purchase a new target that can deal with the crazy amount of kinetic energy this bow put out. Well done Ten Point!!!!
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from SCOPE RUINED THIS BOW FOR ME I bought a 10 point XRT. The bow shoots good, but the scope is not hunter friendly. You have to set the scope on 440 to match the bow speed & that set the magnification on about 6 power for 20 yard shots. That is way too much. I talked to customer service about this issue & they said they would have someone call me. no one ever called. I called the 2nd time, they told me technical services would call me, then customer service returned that call.They said to take it to the dealer. The dealer talked to technical service, they said that's all they have & the scope matches the bow. But if you get the lighter arrows to shoot 470 feet per second the scope doesn't match the bow anymore.If you go on the website it says the bow shoots up to 470 fps. Very poor design & very disappointed.
Date published: 2019-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME I've had my XRT a few days now had the chance to shoot it several times. I couldn't be more thrilled with a Crossbow. It is scary fast and accurate out to 50 yds so far(ran out of room). The balance and weight are perfect for my bum shoulder. Easy to sight in I love the scope. Ready to go out and use it on feral hogs in a few days.
Date published: 2019-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great crossbow but too noisy My first experience with a crossbow. I tore my left rotator cuff 2 weeks before archery season in NM so I ordered one. This crossbow is a tack-driver. Super fast and accurate. It is well balanced. I wish the reticles were illuminated. I could clearly see elk through the scope during the last 15 minutes of shooting light but could not see the reticles. My only concern is the ACUdraw Pro is NOT silent, as promised. It clacks and pops loudly as you crank it. You can't cock the bow on-site. You'll have to do it at the car before you head into the woods. You'll never be able to cock the bow within 100 yards of game...way too noisy. I would give this crossbow a 5 star rating except the ACUdraw Pro, which is a 3 star product. So, overall a 4-star for quality.
Date published: 2019-09-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Fast, Could Use Some Refinement I bought this crossbow to replace my 330 fps Horton Vision 175. It is my second reverse draw crossbow. In the photo below, I have both side by side. The Nitro XRT is much smaller and lighter, which is a plus. This bow is very fast. You will need a special target to shoot into. I bought a Spyderweb NO SPEED LIMIT target which works well with field points. You cannot use broadheads (or practice points - I know) with that target. Per the instructions, I sighted in at 20 yards, then at 40 yards. I ended up setting the scope for 440 fps. I used the included Evo-X CenterPunch bolts with 125 grain field tips of my own purchase. I consistently hit the x-ring at 20 yards and the next ring (about 3 inches) at 40 yards. I would not call this bow quiet. My old Horton was much quieter, albeit much slower. The included bolts are well made and accurate. The nock comes out too easily. It is a two piece nock. I inadvertently pulled the outer part of nock out while removing the bolt from the target. I dropped it into to the grass, to disappear forever. I wonder if the nock will stay in place if the bolt passes through a deer. The included quiver and carry case are nice. But, if you mount the quiver to the bow, the bracket on the bow interferes with the front strap in the case. You can still tighten the strap, but not neatly. The scope is of finest Chinese manufacture, illuminated red or green, and the zoom functions as the bolt speed setting. Once set, you do not change the zoom. For some reason, the mounting rings are quick disconnect type. I don't anticipate moving this scope from the bow. The tightening levers interfere with the Accudraw cord, so you have to pay close attention. I will replace these rings with Warne 514M rings that I have on some rifle scopes. The included bow level is handy. Note that the level uses a metric screw whereas all the rest are standard. Speaking of the Accudraw Pro, it takes some time to get used to it. For all the warnings in the manual, it is hard to remove the Accudraw sled without placing your fingers in front of the cocked bowstring. It can be done, so be careful. I lubricated the Accudraw cable with bowstring wax. After about 10 shots, the Accudraw cable began to fray (see the photo). It rubs slightly against the bow arm mount. After about 30 shots, the Accudraw mechanism developed an internal clicking noise. This noise is loud enough to alert an animal close by. The noise appears to be related to release lever on the Accudraw. I expect that this Accudraw device will need replacement. Strange things can happen with crossbows. Designers have take most into account with dry fire inhibitors, finger guards, and the like. Yet, I managed to get the string on the wrong side of a guide while cocking (see photo). Fortunately, I could remove the guide and not loose pieces to allow the string (under some tension) to return to its proper place. The manual warns against placing your foot in the stirrup. It's a good thing your foot will not likely fit. The stirrup is made of some kind of annealed steel that bends easily. It also bends back easily. The stirrup is coated with soft plastic to reduce noise. At this price point, I would expect the user manual specific to the bow. The included generic manual does not directly cover the Nitro XRT, but some earlier version. There is no manual for the particular scope. You have to read carefully; the manual is full of "if you have . . . then" references. Also, I expected more than a tiny sample of string and rail lube. In summary, a nice fast bow that could use some refinements. A very high price point. I'm looking forward to hunting with it.
Date published: 2019-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10 Point Nitro XRT - Can't Be Beat! As an owner for over 15 years, the 10 Point Nitro XRT is TOP'S in my book and can't be beat. I first purchased a 10 Point QX-4 after recovering from a torn rotator cuff so that I could continue bow hunting. I was so happy with the QX-4's performance that I then upgraded to the Nitro XRT. Its speed and accuracy has NEVER let me down.
Date published: 2019-02-26
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I just purchased a xrt, What target is recommended for broadheads?

Asked by: Ozarktaylor
Targets made by Rinehart that accept broadheads are excellent targets and well worth the investment.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-12-10

Can you remove a bolt from the crossbow when it is cocked?  For example you notice a problem with the arrow you have loaded and do not want to shoot it?

Asked by: Jim Big T
Yes - but you should use the proper procedure for doing so, without placing your hand in the path of the bowstring. Here is a general safety video that shows how to safely load and unload an arrow from the flight rail. The specific information about loading the arrow is at 6:33. This is a great all-around safety tutorial, and we recommend watching the entire video. https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com/videos/crossbow-safety/how-to-safely-handle-and-shoot-your-crossbow-2263/
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-11-13

Do the bolts lock on or will they slide off the rail if pointed down

Asked by: Rlbryce36
The Nitro XRT has an arrow retention brush installed so that when you load the arrow, it slides underneath the brush. The bristles apply a force downward and backward to solidly hold the arrow in place, even if you point the crossbow downward at a steep angle.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-11-08

Is there another acceptable scope that will preform as good as or better that the one that comes with nitro xrt recital sto small for my old eyes. P,s. Love this crossbow!!

Asked by: Hairy Dan
You might want to try the RangeMaster PRO scope: https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com/shop/RangeMaster-Pro-Scope-P32.aspx
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-22

Does this crossbow come assembled

Asked by: Hunterman38
The crossbow is mostly assembled when you receive it. You will need to mount the String Stop Block to the front of the flight rail, the scope, and the quiver. The bow assembly is already assembled on the crossbow at the factory.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-09-30

What camo color options are available?

Asked by: Chadpole
The Nitro XRT is offered in Kuiu Verde 2.0 camo pattern only.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-09-27

does the xrt come with a level

Asked by: ctforehand
Yes.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-08-26

Do you recommend just using a practice bolt into a target or specially designed"discharge bolt" that can be shot into the ground for unloading? If you recommend a special bolt, which one? Hauling a target is awkward to say the least

Asked by: Diesel 45
The safest way to unload your crossbow is to shoot an arrow into a target. We do not recommend using a discharge bolt.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-08-26
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Dimensions

Length30.7"
Width - Axle-to-Axle (Cocked)12.5" / 7"
Power Stroke16.5"
Weight in lbs.(w/o accessories)7.4
Draw Weight in lbs.225 LBS.

Performance

Pro Lite Arrow (370 grain)470 FPS / 182 FP KE
Pro Elite Arrow (425-grain)450 FPS / 191 FP KE
EVO-X CenterPunch (445-grain)440 FPS / 191 FP KE

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