Nitro XRT

Nitro XRT Crossbow
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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
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Is the advertised speed of 470 the actual speed it will produce with an actually hunting setup or is it just a sales pitch in which you used a combined bolt/tip weight so light it would damage the bow and void the warranty ? 

Asked by: GeoFake
The 470 can be achieved with the ProLite arrow and polymer Alpha nock. A heavier set up is better for hunting, but the 370 grain ProLite arrow will not damage the bow or void the warranty.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-02-14

How much is the cocking effort with the accu draw?

Asked by: curalaba
To turn the ACUdraw crank handle only takes about 5lbs of force.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-02-13

Follow up to my last question: The website says that my XRT should be shooting 440 FPS with Center Punch EVO-X and Alpha nocks. But it is only 422 - basically the same as my Nitro-X. Why am I not getting the advertised improvement in speed from the XRT

Asked by: randycloud
Because the current aluminum Alpha nock adds about 20 grains, so the Center Punch arrow with aluminum nock weighs about 465 grains. That added weight also adds kinetic energy, accuracy and makes the bow quieter as well.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-02-11

HI - I have two Nitro-X and just received my Nitro XRT. They are great bows and the trigger is a BIG improvement. However, both of my Nitro-X shot 424 fps today with Center Punch Evo-X / Alpha bolts that came with the XRT. The XRT shot SLOWER @ 422 - why?

Asked by: randycloud
It sounds like your Nitro X bows are shooting hot. The EVO X Center Punch arrow with aluminum Alpha nocks weighs about 468 grains. At that arrow weight the XRT should shoot about 420fps.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-02-10

Hello, Please could you clarify if the Nitro XRT will be able to shoot Evo-X center punch arrows with your aluminium omni-nocks? Thanks

Asked by: Rabbit1980
The Nitro XRT needs to be shot with the new Alpha nocks, not Omni nocks. The Nitro XRT is currently shipping with aluminum Alpha nocks, but when the polymer Alpha nock comes on line in April, they will ship with those.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-02-03

Does the length of the xrt include the stirrup thats in the picture?

Asked by: NVRENUF
Yes, the XRT is about 30.7 inches including the mini stirrup in the photo.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-01-25

what size bolts should i use

Asked by: mofo
The Nitro XRT shoots 20 inch arrows with Alpha nocks.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-02-11

Will a 2018 stealth have the t5 or t4 trigger or only in 2019? Is there a way to visually tell the difference between the two?

Asked by: Njbow
The 2018 bows have the T4. The T5 is only in the 2019 bows. No, there is no visible difference.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-01-20
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Dimensions

Length30.7"
Width - Axle-to-Axle (uncocked/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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