A Review Of The SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow
With 20+ years of experience spent hunting with crossbows as well as being in charge of SA Sports, the founder Mark Ambrose talks about creating a range of products and gear that any outdoor crossbow hunter will be proud of. Dedicating his life to this pursuit, the last couple of decades has seen numerous releases and re-releases of the popular crossbow lines that SA Sports manufacture and provide. Let’s see how this legacy of superior craftsmanship and handling olds up by examining the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow.
SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow review
The first thing you will notice about the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow is it’s sleek, professional design. With a purpose in mind, this crossbow combines the beauty inherent in how these crossbows are constructed with practically no frill.
The next thing you may notice is the price. In the $500 range, the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow is reasonable priced between the expert level crossbows of around a $1,000 and the intermediate bows priced around $400. So, is the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow worth the money?
With ambidextrous auto-safety, adjustable tactical rear stock and ant-dry fire trigger, it is easy to see the amount of care and attention given to the crossbow in construction and design. With an illuminated scope and quiver consisting of holder and three 20-inch bolts included, everything added to the crossbow is of solid design.
The crossbow itself does not disappoint either. It is practical, packs a lot of punch, and is fun to use.
Specifications of the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow
The SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow measures in at 32 inches in length by 14.2 inches wide by 6 inches deep.
Weighing about 6.2 pounds, it is among the lighter crossbows you will find. Being light means being practical for a wider range of situations, being transported easier, and being fired with generally more accuracy.
So, does it pack enough of a punch to be effective? At 390 FPS, hunters would agree that it does. This is aided by a 185-pound draw weight. The 20-inch bolts help to find their target thanks to the 4 x 32 multi range scope.
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It is hard to find a crossbow made by SA Sports or in the industry in general that has received more positive comments than the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow.
With an excellent trigger, SA Sports manages to get the smaller details right and doesn’t fall into the hole of skimping out on things like inferior scopes.
In addition, while the cocking process may require a little strength, the lightweight nature of the bow makes it perfect for any age or frame meaning that it is perfect for kids as well.
Living up to the standards set forth by the founder of SA Sports, the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow is an incredibly solid addition to their line of crossbows.
If you are looking for a crossbow to hunt with and you are not sure with what you may need, than the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow represents a solid choice. Furthermore, if you are getting a crossbow for kids or adults with a smaller frame, than the SA Sports Empire Aggressor Crossbow should be on the top of your list.