Barnett’s Quad 400 Crossbow The Ultimate Hunting Tool

Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow
Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow
Barnett Outdoors
Barnett Outdoors

Tarpon Springs, FL –-(Ammoland.com)-  The Barnett Quad 400 has been optimized and redefined to create the ultimate hunting tool.

New key design features include the high-density, gas-assist composite stock (a first in the industry), a thumbhole grip and a 15 ½” power stroke, which are combined with a parallel limb design to produce arrow speeds over 345 feet per second.

The lightweight stock allows for an optional crank-cocking device to be easily installed under the contoured cheek pieces.

Designed to deliver the arrow to the target with devastating accuracy and extreme velocity, the Quad 400 features the powerful CROSSWIRE string and cable system, which blends Barnett's fibers with the industry's toughest serving materials, ensuring the shooter has the most stable and reliable string in the industry. As a result, shooters experience a faster, quieter and more precise shot. In addition, the crossbow comes with an Anti Dry Fire Trigger Safety System, making it even more reliable in all conditions.

The MIM (Metal Injection Molding) trigger contains the added safety precaution of the ADF “Anti Dry Fire” feature, eliminating unintentional dry firing of your bow. MIM components allow for a smooth 3.5 lb pull.

The package comes complete with:

  • Quiver
  • 3 arrows
  • 4×32 Scope -or- Premium Red Dot

Product Specs:

  • Draw Weight: 150 lbs
  • Foot Pounds of Energy: 106
  • Power Stroke: 15.25″
  • FPS: 345
  • Mass Weight: 8.4 lbs
  • Length: 37.75″
  • Width: 29″
  • Arrow Lgth./Grain: 22″/400
  • Axle to Axle: 27.125″

Shop the Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow online at Cabelas: http://tinyurl.com/ksstbks

From its inception, over a half century ago, Barnett Crossbows has led the industry with pioneering innovations and patents to become the world's number one manufacturer of crossbows. Barnett's engineers have created its latest range of crossbows based on the changing needs and desires of today's hunters. Lightweight, adjustable and powerful, Barnett has brought crossbow technology to the height it stands at today. Barnett is committed to delivering high quality performance products with unparalleled service and value for all that use the Barnett Range. Built for maximum speed, efficiency and Built for the Hunt!

For more info, check out www.barnettcrossbows.com

  • 3 thoughts on “Barnett’s Quad 400 Crossbow The Ultimate Hunting Tool

    1. I would say the barnett quad 400 is far from perfect. They say it has anti-dry fire system I which is supposed to make it where it can’t be fired with no arrow in it. I was in the process of sighting mine in and messing with the scope I forgot to load the arrow and it allowed me to fire it anyways breaking the string and cables and smoking both cams.So do not trust there anti-dry fire system my bow hadn’t been shot 10 times then to top it off you can’t even order the cams as a owner. And of course it voids the warranty because it was dry fired but only because their system failed I wouldn’t buy another barnett I’m very disappointed in their way of business

    2. Hey Bill,
      I agree that Ultimate and Perfect are used by reviewers much too often but heck they are professionals and they probably don’t have a thesaurus app. on their ‘puters. Truth be told, I really don’t think I could make a 1500 yard cold-bore shot on a bear even with a Ronnie Barrett .50 and a $1,500 Swarovski. HaHaHa I know you were joking and so am I. I do have a Barnett Revolution XL that slings bolts at about 340 fps. Thanks to a Barnett scope, I hit what I aim at out to 50 yds or so. I would love to trade up to this Quad 400 but just can’t justify the bucks. pun intended. LOL Hope and Prey everyone has a great day. God Bless…

    3. Two words that should be erased from our language: Ultimate and Perfect. If this thing is the ultimate, then it must be perfect for a 100# woman to cock and kill a bear at 1500 yards. Always a let down when those words are used.

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