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Rocky Mountain Crossbows

Crossbows were invented many centuries before Christ. At that time, they were still made of bronze and did not incorporate any mechanical devices. The design of the crossbow did not change slightly until the Middle Ages. It was not until the fourteenth century that its steel structure became more widespread. At the same time, it began to incorporate many devices in its mechanism.

Today, crossbows are more sophisticated. They are designed with premium materials such as fiberglass, and like bows, they are more maneuverable to ensure precision shooting.

Features of ROCKY MOUNTAIN crossbows

While archery has many enthusiasts, crossbow shooting is also becoming increasingly popular. More powerful and easier to handle than the bow, crossbows offer a unique shooting experience. They can also be used for different purposes such as hunting, outdoor shooting, sport shooting or shooting in a shooting range. It should be noted, however, that in France, the use of crossbows for hunting is prohibited.

Crossbows are becoming increasingly popular on the market and are now available in a wide range of models. Many brands are also involved in the design of these weapons and ROCKY MOUTAIN is among the best. ROCKY MOUNTAIN crossbows stand out for their design and power. If you want to buy one, Hattila.com has the leading models of the brand.

How to learn to shoot with a ROCKY MOUNTAIN crossbow?

While professional shooters do well when using a crossbow, beginners and amateurs sometimes get confused. At first glance, shooting with a crossbow seems to be quite simple when you understand its mechanism. But although it is a matter of pulling a trigger to propel the arrow, crossbows are still complex weapons. To handle them properly, it is important to master the cocking process.

It is important to know that most crossbows come with cocking devices. These may be separate accessories, or they may be built right into the stock. Either way, first take the time to familiarize yourself with the instruction manual to learn the cocking process for the model you have in your hands. Then, once the string is placed behind the trigger, you can load your arrow. In this regard, you should know that arrows can be made of carbon, aluminum, wood or plastic. Choose your arrow carefully as there are many models to choose from for specific activities.

Once your crossbow is loaded, you will have to hold it well and adjust the angle of your shot before pulling the trigger. Use the scope on the top of your crossbow to aim at your target. Also consider which of your two eyes is your directing eye. Next, as far as triggers are concerned, be aware that they differ depending on the crossbow. While some are light and snap into place fairly easily, for other models they are heavier. This means that you will need to apply a lot of pressure to propel the arrow.

Crossbow disciplines

If you are interested in shooting with a crossbow rather than with a bow, you should know that there are two disciplines in crossbow shooting: field and match. For beginners, Field Crossbow is the easiest to start with. Once you have gained experience, you can opt for the Match discipline.

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185 - 200

Speed (FPS)

360 - 415


€0.00 - €405.00

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