Wicked Ridge Delivers the Industry’s Top Crossbow Value with Invader X4

Wicked Edge Invader X4 Crossbow
Wicked Ridge Invader X4 Crossbow

MOGADORE, Ohio -(Ammoland.com)- Wicked Ridge Crossbows, known for producing top value, precision performance crossbows, introduced its new Invader X4 model at the 2018 ATA Trade Show in Indianapolis, IN.

The next generation of the best-selling Wicked Ridge Invader model is an incredible 1.25” shorter, ½-pound lighter, 4” narrower, and 30 feet-per-second faster than its predecessor.

Proudly built in America, it features an all-new stock and bow assembly configuration designed for the ultimate in handling, durability, and maneuverability.

“Wicked Ridge crossbows always have been and always will be built right here in America to provide our customers with the highest quality crossbows,” said TenPoint CEO, Rick Bednar. “Once you handle this crossbow – with how lightweight and narrow it is – it’s easy to see this truly is a new era for Wicked Ridge and one that will revolutionize what a value crossbow stands for.”

Built to perform in the tightest of shooting situations, the narrow bow assembly consists of a newly designed riser and machined aluminum limb pockets fitted with 11” WRX laminated limbs.

Powered by heavy-duty machined 4S Cams and DynaFLIGHT 97 string and cables, the bow assembly measures a narrow 15-inches wide and drives an arrow down-range up to a blazing 360 feet-per-second.

Its unique stock design, engineered to lighten the crossbow, improve handling, and withstand years of hunting, is molded from dampening glass-filled polypropylene to increase strength and reduce weight. The butt stock comes pre-installed with the ACUdraw or ACUdraw 50 cocking device and includes an integrated crank handle compartment.

Its fully-integrated fore-grip is backed up with elongated safety wings to help keep the shooter’s hand safely below the bowstring release path. A fully enclosed trigger guard provides added safety as well.

In addition, the stock features a picatinny rail below the front of the barrel to mount additional accessories. Finally, like all Wicked Ridge crossbows, the stock is fitted with TenPoint’s DFI (Dry-Fire-Inhibitor) and ultra-crisp 3 ½-pound trigger.

Combined, the advanced design measures an easy-to-handle 36 ½-inches long and weighs in at a lightweight 6.3-pounds.

The Invader X4 is double-dip fluid imaged in Mossy Oak’s Break-Up Country camo pattern and is equipped with either the ACUdraw or ACUdraw 50 cocking device. Its package includes a TenPoint Multi-Line Scope, 3 arrows, and a quiver.

Invader X4 MSRP: w/ACUdraw 50 $559.99, w/ACUdraw $659.99

All Wicked Ridge crossbows are American made, designed, and built by TenPoint Crossbow Technologies in Mogadore, Ohio.

For more information, visit their website.

TenPoint Crossbow TechnologiesAbout TenPoint Crossbow Technologies:

In January of 2014, TenPoint Crossbow Technologies entered its 20th year in business, but its evolution began with the upbringing of its Chairman, CEO, and President, Richard L. (Rick) Bednar.

Rick’s association with archery and the archery industry goes back to his youth when his parents, Archery Hall of Famer, Bill Bednar, and his wife, Edith, founded Portage Archery Center in Suffield, OH.  Rick and his sisters, Cindy and Joanna, who work for TenPoint as well, grew up in an apartment adjoining the pro shop building.  That shop still operates today as Hunter’s Outlet Archery Center, a Division of TenPoint Crossbow Technologies.

As he grew up immersed in the family’s business, his father, Bill, also coached him as an elite tournament archer.  Competing at the highest collegiate, national, and international levels, he traveled the world as a member of the USA Pan Am, World Target and World Field Archery teams; qualified for the 1976 Olympic Team; and won the NCAA Championship three-times at The University of Akron.  Both his retail and competition background nurtured a strong interest in and appreciation for bow design, performance, and engineering.

For more information on TenPoint Crossbow Technologies, visit their website.