Go Back to the Future with the Barnett BC Raptor Reverse

Barnett BC Raptor Reverse Crossbow
Barnett BC Raptor Reverse Crossbow

Barnett Crossbows

Tarpon Springs, FL -(AmmoLand.com)- If you are in the market for a crossbow, do yourself a favor and check out the all new Buck Commander Raptor Reverse from Barnett.

With its easy draw, outstanding balance, quiet shot and accuracy, the BC Raptor Reverse is sure to be the crossbow you've been searching for. The secret to the BC Raptor Reverse's appeal is its reverse-draw configuration, which results in three key benefits.

First, backward-facing limbs push the bow's center of gravity much closer to the shooter than standard-limb crossbows. This creates a steady hold and a great feel when drawn to the shoulder. Second, the outstanding efficiency of the reverse-draw configuration means you get a blazing 330 fps out of a 155-pound-draw crossbow. An easier draw means you'll enjoy the shooting experience and shoot more, and more often.

Third, because the long power stroke of the Barnett BC Raptor Reverse Crossbow is so efficient, less energy is expended into the bow. Translation? Less vibration and noise, without compromising speed, accuracy or performance.

Those benefits would be enough to make this crossbow a dream to take afield, but it also includes exclusive Barnett features like a CarbonLite riser for weight reduction, and a Metal Injected Molded trigger, which allows for the tightest quality tolerance available. This accounts for the refreshingly smooth trigger pull at 3.5 pounds.

It also features an adjustable butt pad and laminated limbs, along with finger reminders and a pass-through foregrip for safety. The BC Raptor Reverse comes complete with a premium illuminated scope, a rope cocking device, a Cross three-arrow quiver and three 20″ Headhunter arrows.

Crossbow technology is changing, and the Barnett BC Raptor Reverse is proof that sometimes you have to go backward to move forward. Go back to the future and shoot one at your local pro shop today.

BC Raptor Reverse Features:

  • Adjustable butt pad
  • CNC machined aluminum flight track
  • Laminated limbs
  • Finger reminders and pass-through foregrip
  • Carbon riser
  • Reverse limb design
  • String suppressors
  • 16.75″ axle to axle

Specifications:

  • FPS: 330
  • FPKE: 97
  • Draw weight: 155 lbs
  • Power stroke: 15.125″
  • Mass weight: 6.5 lbs
  • Length x width: 31.7″ x 17.25

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For more information on Barnett BC Raptor Reverse, please visit: www.barnettcrossbows.com.

Barnett BC Raptor Reverse Crossbow
Barnett BC Raptor Reverse Crossbow

About Barnett Crossbows

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 information, please visit www.BarnettCrossbows.com.

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Roughwater
Roughwater
4 years ago

For the good, the design looks great, and nice having a 3.5 lb trigger if that’s actually the case. Price is up there but less than others of similar design. 330 fps is definitely sufficient. My only real negative is the balance. Barnett cross bows that I have used seem on the heavy side and very weight forward. Though this one isn’t real heavy it appears it will still have the weight forward feel to it.

Rail cat
Rail cat
3 years ago
Reply to  Roughwater

The weight forward issue is addressed and fixed with the reverse limbs. The limbs are attached at the center of the bow thus bringing the weight to the center.