A Review Of The Barnett Recruit Crossbow
Barnett has a wide range of crossbows to fit pretty much every niche in hunting. Perfecting a crossbow for individuals with smaller frames like children and some men and women, this Barnett Recruit Crossbow review will try to expose the results achieved by multiple iterations of design and production.
So, how does it compare to other Barnett crossbows as well as similarly priced models from other countries? Let’s find out!
Barnett Recruit Crossbow review
Advertised as the perfect crossbow for individuals with small-frames, the Barnett Recruit Crossbow is designed to be lightweight and manageable.
Coming with an adjustable butt stock, the Barnett Recruit Crossbow package includes the cocking device, the red dot sight, 3x20 inch arrows, a quiver, and the crossbow itself.
As with any Barnett crossbow, frequent care has to be given to any and all moving parts to ensure that they are properly lubed and waxed for a minimal amount of friction.
Specifications of the Barnett Recruit Crossbow
The Recruit Crossbow (review) is 33.2 inches by 16 inches by 5 inches in size and comes in at an incredible 6 pounds, making it one of the lightest crossbows currently provided by Barnett.
Supporting 20-inch carbon arrows, the Barnett Recruit Crossbow provides solid force with over 300 FPS and accuracy up to 50 yards and a gradual decrease in accuracy up to 70 yards.
What do I think of the Barnett Recruit Crossbow ?
This Barnett Recruit Crossbow review shows how good the crossbow is. Most users also gave positive reviews in regards to its design, lightweight and compact nature. And don’t forget the force behind the arrows!
It has decent accuracy for quite a distance.
That being said, it is easily accessible, easy to assemble, and provides a solid experience regardless of age or gender.
A small group of reviews were overwhelmingly negative and had to do with the customer support. A few received defective crossbows and had issues getting in contact with someone from Barnett for a possible refund.
With mixed results getting refunds, individuals reported having to call back on a number of occasions to solve the problem.
A common complain and possible warning is that the arrow holder and scope broke through early ware and tare.
Taking into account that the defected bows are rare occurrences, this Barnett Recruit Crossbow review ends with the conclusion that this could be the best crossbow for youth and beginners.
Just as advertised by Barnett, this crossbow fits well with individuals who have slighter smaller frames, including women. Definitely worth the price tag!
A great way to learn how to fire a crossbow, the Barnett Recruit Crossbow comes with all the skills that it takes to fire heavier crossbow in a size that makes it manageable for nearly everyone.
In the end, if you are looking for a good gender-neutral crossbow that doesn’t scream ‘girl’ and also manages to handle well outside of a few extreme situations, then the Barnett Recruit Crossbow is right for you.