Gee Doe: bow breaks after one shot bought it several times sent it back several times total waste of time and money PERIOD
Robert Bryan: I like crossbows but which would you recommend for big game
Robert Bryan: great video hope you can make more
Zulyn DeHarty-Ryan: I can't recommendation this bow. The safety malfunctioned the third day after I purchased it and part of the elevation knob snapped off. The scope was so off, that it was impossible to sight in. The customer service promptly sent a new knob, bit would not respond as to why the safety failed. I returned the bow to the retail store then purchased a Tenpoint Invader G3. The Invader is WONDERFUL!! I sighted it in after 6 shots (grouping). Spend the extra to get a Tenpoint.
Ossi undsoweiter: Could anyone tell me how i can get the mechanism for the trigger out of the Crossbow ? Are there Secret screws anywhere ?
or a Picture would help me alot!
Franko S.: I have seen a few videos you have done and they are very good. I am trying to contact SA-Sports because their web site seems to have a mal - ware infection. Do you happen to have a phone number you can share? I am trying to find out what the power stroke is for the SA Sports Fever crossbow. Thanks .....
Barry Beasley: on mmy stinñgiing my new sportsrecurve çroisbw wont loćk in. to place. what can u sayy abouthis outt spoken package . p.o.o
Sean Brown: I get one in birthday
Abedallah Soufian: I'll be gettin this for my religous holiday
Dons Johnson: great video buddy really helped cause the included instructions sucked . thank you
Dawson Dk: And the butt stock looks pretty small or is it big i don't know
Dawson Dk: Should I buy extra string for it?
Dawson Dk: So the scope is good sites in right out of the box I don't have to take time and sit it in
Slim Jim: My advice for stringing to save thine hands is to use the included rope roostering device to pull back the steel cable. Then put the string on. Hook the rope roostering device on the string just like you would if you were roostering it. Pull back as hard as you can with both handles in one hand. Then pull the trigger with the other hand. Still hard to do but as long as you have some tension on the string to prevent it from basically dry firing everything should be fine.
Steven Lowe: Great video, SASportsxbows. My questions is this to them or any other experienced crossbow hunter out there....
I bought this from pickle's a couple of years back, it came with 16" bolts. I can't find any 16" bolts locally and would have to order them from Crossbowfreaks.com. They are awesome, by the way. I had to purchase limb tips from them and they were great to deal with.
Since I can't buy 16" bolts, will 20" or 22" bolts work? Since they came with 16" bolts, and I sighted it in with 16" and practice with 16" bolts, I am reluctant to use anything longer. If I go with a longer bolt, I assume I would have to go through the sighting in process again. Right???
Also, does anyone know the weight of the field points that came with the bolts in the package? Most of, if not all of my broadheads I use with my compound bow are 100 grain.
Austin Woodward: This video was a big help thanks
Umer Khan: How the heck do you string this? So painful!
bostonblock74: I just bought it yesterday from pickles sporting good for $150 included everything im trying too put it together now pickles told me it takes 2days too put it together and do my scope too have me shooting accurate
Mark Hepp: I just purchase the fever it is a great crossbow,real has power .Was target practice at my target at 30 yards had target on top of a wash tub,really old type heavy gauge metal, and 3 foot dia. I shot low the bolt went completly thur the tub out the backside and 3 foot in the grass. I would hate to be hit by that at any distance!. Now a question does anyone know a easy way to replace the tips on the end of the bow limb?? I puchase it was all ready put together. I dont have the stinging cable like the video shows. Does any one have a good way to get the string off? Thanks
tonitchit: Made in china?
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