Coralville, Iowa –-(Ammoland.com)- Scorpyd Crossbows is proud to introduce the Scorpyd Ventilator for 2012.
The Ventilator will come with many innovations only found on Scorpyd Crossbows.
Crossbow hunters looking for a compact powerhouse will be pleased to know the new Ventilator is only 19.5 inches wide, axle to axle, and only 12.75 inches wide when cocked which makes this crossbow easy to maneuver in a treestand or the tight quarters often found in a pop-up ground blind.
The Ventilator is a mere 35.75 inches long and comes with a folding stock which makes cocking the crossbow easier in the seated position.
In addition to being more compact than previous Scorpyd models, the Ventilator is lightweight thanks to a vented barrel and a lightweight forged riser. The Ventilator tips the scales at 7.9 pounds.
The solid limb Ventilator is built with top notch components including Barnsdale limbs which are considered some of the toughest, longest-lasting limbs in the archery industry.
The Ventilator will be available in draw weights up to 165 pounds, producing 150 pounds of kinetic energy and will throw an arrow up to an incredible 400 FPS.
Like all Scorpyd crossbows, the Ventilator comes with reverse draw limbs which has a generous power stroke of 18.75 inches thus producing more kinetic energy with less draw weight than other crossbows. As a result, the Ventilator is extremely quiet when shot because large amounts of weight aren’t needed to produce extreme speeds. The Ventilator also comes with a light three pound trigger.
“Crossbow enthusiasts will surely be pleased with our new Ventilator,” Said Jim Kempf of Scorpyd Crossbows. “This bow is super fast, extra quiet, compact and lightweight, everything a hunter is looking for in a crossbow.”
The Ventilator will retail for $1349.
Find out more about the complete line of Scorpyd Crossbows by visiting www.scorpyd.com