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Gear Review: SAS Crusher Tactical Crossbow

Are you ready for a new crossbow experience?

[caption id="attachment_5708" align="aligncenter" width="250"]SAS-630-3T SAS Crusher Tactical Crossbow[/caption]

For some the urge to stand out from the pack is almost unstoppable. Trying to blend in with the crowd just doesn’t cut it. If this describes you, or the crossbow you are looking for, then it’s time to take a look at the modern crossbow from Southland Archer Supplies; The Crusher Tactical crossbow.

The Bow’s Unique Design

[caption id="attachment_5707" align="alignright" width="250"]SAS Crusher Tactical Crossbow SAS Crusher Tactical Crossbow[/caption] This crossbow looks like something straight out of the SWAT truck. The sleek black composite stock is designed for comfort and easy handling. One feature you might like on this unique crossbow is the tactical foregrip. The foregrip offers a different type of control for shooters and comes factory installed, but can be removed if desired. The composite stock is also lightweight, so hauling it around all day won’t be a problem. Another great piece of engineering this bow come standard with is the dry fire inhibitor technology on the trigger. So not only does this crossbow receive the nod on its intense looks, but is designed for functionality in the field as well.


At first some may look down on the 325 fps velocity of The Crusher. Once you crunch the numbers though, one must realize that at 50 yards an average 400-grain bolt will still carry a rib crushing 75.1 ft. lbs. of kinetic energy out of this bow. Another feature you may like on SAS’s tactical crossbow is the 150 lb. draw weight. This relatively low draw weight might dissuade some folks from The Crusher, but for some this lower weight will be a blessing. It should be noted that a crossbow like this tactical one that slings a bolt at 325 fps from a bow using 150 lbs. of draw would be much quieter than one shooting a bolt at over 400 fps. This bow has been designed for stealth. On the other hand, if a bolt is traveling at over 400 fps, you might not be worried about the extra noise produced. SAS’s new Crusher Tactical crossbow offers shooters a new look, comfort, and practicality in the field. If you are looking for a capable crossbow, at a comfortable price, this bow might be worth taking a closer look at.
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