Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow Package - Red Dot Sight

$399.99
Barnett Quad 400 Crossbow Package - Red Dot Sight - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Barnett® Quad 400 Crossbow shoots with great accuracy and velocity. The Quad 400 features a high-density GAM (Gas Assisted Mold) composite stock that allows for an optional crank cocking device. Its CNC machined cams deliver speeds up to 345 fps and its 7/8" picatinny rails enable you to attach additional accessories. The crossbow package comes with a quiver, 3-22" arrows and a premium red dot sight to give you the ultimate hunting tool.
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FEATURES:

  • Anti-Dry Fire trigger system
  • High-definition camo
  • GAM (Gas Assisted Mold) lighter composite stock
  • CNC macnined cams
  • MIM (Metal Injected Molded) trigger
  • 7/8" picatinny rails
  • Allows for integration of crank cocking device
  • Includes quiver, 3-22" arrows and premium red dot sight
  • Made in USA
  • Model: 78071
  • Barnett

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SPECS:

  • Speed: 345 fps
  • Draw Weight: 150 lbs.
  • Energy: 112 ft.-lbs.
  • Power Stroke: 15.5"
  • Length: 37"
  • Width: 26.75"
  • Weight: 9 lbs.
  • Arrow Length: 22"


NOTICE: We recommend the use of protective eyewear whenever using or near the use of this item.
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 19010626

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Crossbow I bought my Quad 400 for Christmas and could not be happier. I can consistently hit the center of a bullseye the size of a quarter at 20 yards. Haven't had a chance to work on farther distances yet - too busy hunting. Don't worry - not looking to kill a deer at 50 yards just yet. Many of the older reviews have been deleted from view, but wonder if some of the few bad reviews came from just not reading the manual before use. It is important to keep the string, cables, and flight rail waxed. I wax mine every 5-6 shots - better too often than not enough (wax is cheaper than string replacement) Failure to do so will shorten the life of the cables and string. When cocking, make sure you are pulling the string back toward the flight rail as you pull up. Failure to do so will cause you to break the arrow retaining spring that presses on the bolt from the top and keeps it in position on the flight rail. Also, when cocking the crossbow you should listen for two clicks - the second click assures that it is fully cocked with the safety automatically set to the ON position. If you have trouble moving the safety to the OFF position, make sure that you have a bolt loaded and far enough back to the string that it allows the safety switch to work. The crossbow is designed to stay in the ON position until a bolt is properly loaded, as to prevent a dry fire that would cause damage to the crossbow. If you can't move the safety switch, first make sure you have a bolt in the proper position. If you try to fire your crossbow without a bolt and with the safety ON, it can possibly lock up the safety switch. Should this happen, try using your cocking device to pull the string back again to reset the switch. The manual recommends 22" 2216 carbon or aluminum bolts with a broadhead weight of 125 grains and a total weight of the bolt and broadhead of AT LEAST 460 grains. UNDERSIZED or UNDERWEIGHT bolts can cause limb damage. If you are looking for lighted nocks to replace the nocks on the bolts provided, make sure they are half moon and work with a 2216 carbon bolt. One last thing, every 20-25 shots check to make sure the allen head bolt holding the limb assembly on to the body is tight. It can loosen over time and can cause the limbs to move right or left and throw off your shot. Hope you find this helpful. Happy hunting! January 21, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Horrible bow dont buy!!! and i noticed the When I first got this bow I took it out to shoot and took about 10 shots I get a group around 2' at 30 yds and on the next shot the string started fraying really bad so I stopped shooting and went inside and i noticed the bow limbs were cracking I did not dryfire don't buy. April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I'm a hunter Bad awesome bow. Wax and rail lube before you shoot and you'll be fine. Love this crossbow! October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by silent Good qulity crossbow this is my second one I've owned and by far the best July 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by fast bolt speed. Awsome product. I really like my quad 400. Excellent crossbow. Not had any problems. August 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Broken sight I just bought this package never having a crossbow before and was excited to get it. It was simple to put together. One thing that struck me right off the bat was how heavy it is! I am a big guy so it doesn't bother me any, but if you are looking for a Xbow for a small woman, or even a small man, this isn't it. Anyway, I put the sight on it and turned it on. I saw 6 dots! You are only supposed to see 3. If I tilted my head just right I only saw the 3 so never having shot any type of weapon with anything but iron sights I thought it was me. I bought the string cocking device when I purchased the bow and it works great! I cocked the bow, stepped out on the porch, and shot into the ground. (I live in the sticks). I heard something kind of clunk. I brought the bow back in and cocked it again and stepped out and pulled it up to my shoulder, and nothing! No dots! I thought the battery was dead , so I drove the 25 mile round trip to town and bought another. I got home and put it in and still nothing. I took the sight off and as I was doing that the guts of the sight were flopping around inside of it! That's why I didn't give it a 5. I called the number on the packing slip and they are shipping me out one today. A footnote on the power of the bow. I was shooting about 15 yards at an angle to the ground. Our ground is hard as it hasn't rained for quite some time. The bolt is 22 inches long and there was only an inch past the fetching sticking out of the ground! Had a heck of a time pulling it out! The only negative about it other than a broken sight is that it is loud. Much louder than I ever expected. It won't make any difference on shots of 25 yards or so because it is incredibly fast, but over that they might jump string. Silencers? I don't know. Need to talk to those in the know. August 25, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by bought went to shot it for second time fell apart in my hands, limb broke and almost took my face off, switching to a ten point will never buy a barnett again May 4, 2014
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