Wicked Ridge RDX 400

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Wicked Ridge RDX 400 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 43.
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UP TO 400 FPS / 140 FP KE
7.1 LB Weight
$759.99
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Package
Item #: WR19060-
Available www.tenpointcrossbows.com

 

The first Wicked Ridge flagship model, the RDX 400 features a perfectly balanced reverse-draw bow assembly and our Reaper Cam System™ that together deliver consistent down-range accuracy and lighting speeds up to 400 FPS. Focused on speed-to-price ratio, the RDX 400 includes a complete package with a cocking device and Integrated String Stop System.

Package Includes:

  • Optics: TenPoint’s 3x Multi-Line Scope mounted on a machined aluminum 7/8-inch Fixed Dovetail Mount
  • Cocking Device: ACUdraw or Rope-Sled
  • Quiver: Wicked Ridge 3-Arrow Instant Detach Quiver
  • Arrows: Three aluminum arrows with practice points
  • Noise Dampening: Integrated String Stop System (pre-installed)


Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not happy. Just purchased a Ten Point Wicked Ridge RDX 400. First time shooting it I notice that the rope sled was scratching the bow up pretty good. So I stop shooting it and sent Ten Point a mail and pictures went back to the bow shop where I purchased it to point out my concern. So I was told to call customer service that they would help. Hahahaha to no avail customer service did not help at all. So now I have crossbow that I’m afraid to keep shooting this is the first season so what happens over the next few years of shooting this bow. I wouldn’t think after buying a new product that you would scratch it up so bad the first time using it.
Date published: 2019-09-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I am impressed It was my first time to use a reverse draw X-bow. It is vibration free most part of it. Very accurate after I got hang of it. My only concern is the price. It is ok but needs to be a little low. Another issue is about the nocks and the bolt size. I prefer 22 inches but this will also good. I love to have another Ten Point because I used to have one way back. The Acu-Draw si unbeatable and maybe that is the most attracting feature to me when looking at crossbows and acu draw is way silent but I need the option to connect the handle by screw or some clamp so I don't need to take it off every time during hunting or at the range.
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Darned close to perfect You get your money’s worth. It’s light, compact, stable, accurate, and very quiet. It’s balance is excellent and at 400 feet per second, it hits hard. I’m very happy with mine but I do hope they make a few changes for their next model. For night hunting there needs to be an accessory rail forward of the handguard. To improve the manual cocking the groove at the rear of the receiver that indexes the cocking string needs to be more pronounced. And finally, the scope adjustments need to be bind free. When I wish to adjust for windage or elevation by 4clicks in any direction, I need to sail in 6 clicks and then back off by 2 clicks. This is minor but would be a dream come true if done for the next version of this cutting edge bow.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Faulty nocks Caution, my first experience with this bow was not a pretty one, on the very first shot, my string cut in half and my cable blew off of the cam. After calling ten point, it seems that the nocks that are on the bolts that come with the bow, are the wrong nocks, and because of this, is caused the string to jump the nick and dry firing the bow. Ten point did send me new nocks, however the nocks on the original bolts that came with the bow are super glued in and can’t be replaced, forcing me to have to purchase new bolts. Ten point also had me take my bow to a fairly local archery shop for repairs and they provided the shop with a new string and also a package of nocks, however I had to pay for the labor on the bow, so now on top of the cost of the bow, I have had to pay for labor to repair the bow and purchase new bolts to replace the faulty ones and I haven’t even launched a bolt yet. Needless to say I’m not a happy camper so far
Date published: 2019-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just recieved bow compact fast well balanced grea Super compact and light weight for packing on all day hunts .perfect size for tree stand. Very fast quiet and well balanced all that for under $1000
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from By far the best croosbow on the market Its so accurate right out of the box. Light and conpact. Scope is awesome with light on it toolove accu draw. My shoulder pops out of place due to an injury. This croosbow lets me enjoy the outdoors like i like. Thanks
Date published: 2019-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything I imagined and more! Accurate right out of the box! Fas, hard hitting, light weight and did I mention accurate! I had the bow for only a week and harvested my first turkey ever with it! It’s a great bow!
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One problem resolved quickly My boy and I each purchased a new Wicked Ridge RDX 400 - I owned a ten pt crossbow for 9 years, he had a Horton for 5 years. My RDX blew up the string after two weeks and about my 15th shot thru it. Took it back to the store and they gave me a new crossbow, I talked with Randy at Ten Point and he recommended using the new Alpha nock. I couldn't be happier with the attention Ten Point service gave me, the bow is a dream to shoot, accurate, quiet, perfect fit. I have no worries this bow will last me 9 years like the previous one. Not sure of root cause for string failure.
Date published: 2019-09-13
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How far is the shooting range of the RDX 400?

Asked by: Noel
The effective hunting range of any crossbow should be kept to a maximum of 50 yards.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-11-06

I was told the rdx 400 had problems with the standard accu draw( hand crank)...Does this bow work better with the accusled 50 or the hand crank accusled?

Asked by: Onlyaspike
We are not aware of a problem with using either cocking device on this crossbow. Please call our Sales Department at 330-628-9245 Option 1, M-F, 9 am to 5 pm, ET, to learn more about the RDX 400.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-11-06

If I order the Wicked Ridge RDX 400 through this website in the next several weeks will I receive a bow with the alpha nocks on the bolts?

Asked by: acutedeputy
Yes. All Wicked Ridge RDX 400 crossbow packages now come with arrows that have Alpha-Nocks.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-31

Put together RDX. Have two large bolts left over  

Asked by: Kelly7574
Please contact our Customer Service Department at 330-628-9245 Option 2, M-F, 9 am to 5 pm, ET for assistance.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-28

How much weight does the Accudraw add to the total weight of the crossbow?

Asked by: BlackLab14
1.3 pounds
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-25

can you use the new alpha nocks on the rdx 400?? im not a fan of omni nock history with string jumping the arrow

Asked by: Deric86
Yes. You should ONLY use Alpha-Nocks in the RDX 400 moving forward.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-16

I just ordered a RDX 400, heard alot about problems with omni nocks and switching to alpha nocks, are the omni nocks safe to shoot with the RDX or no? Also the spec page doesn't list arrow speeds for different arrows , what is the speed for aluminum arrow

Asked by: Arizona Bob
We have made an in-line change to the nock requirement on the RDX 400. You should shoot ONLY Alpha-Nocks from this crossbow. The RDX 400 will shoot the XX75 Magnum Arrow approximately 380 fps with 140 ft lbs of kinetic energy.
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-16

bought the 400, and just tried to put my sling on it from my old wicked ridge. there is no attachment for the front of the sling on the crossbow. there are holes there. can you put a sling on this model?

Asked by: Todd C
The front sling stud is located on the quiver mounting bracket. Please see page 3 of the Reverse Draw Assembly Manual: https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com/downloads/file/0b2dcfcd-20fe-49cf-9462-719717955ec2/
Answered by: TenPoint Rep
Date published: 2019-10-16
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Dimensions

Length33.25"
Width - Axle-to-Axle (uncocked/cocked)15" / 9"
Power Stroke15.5"
Weight in lbs.(w/o accessories)7.1
Draw Weight in lbs.175 LBS.

Performance

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