As a hunting accessory, Ravin™ crossbows stand out for their precision and ease of use. With a variety of models and innovative technology to improve performance, choosing these crossbows gives hunters of all levels and experience an advantage. Here are four critical factors to consider.
Why Choose Ravin Crossbows?
One of the lightest crossbows available, Ravin’s line is light and easy to transport. As a result, hunters of any size and strength find it much easier to handle and hold in place when they’re preparing to loose an arrow.
2. Narrow Construction
These hunting accessories are fully assembled and pre-tuned, making them ready to go as soon as they’re purchased. The axle width when uncocked is only 10.5 inches; fully drawn, it is only six inches. This compact design is the narrowest from axle to axle available today and optimal for tight hiding areas. It is also easy to store and does not add bulk to your arsenal.
Ravin crossbows have a specially designed trigger mechanism that minimizes shaky movements while aiming and cocks evenly. For smaller hunters or those with compromised mobility, this allows for a more accurate shot, especially when you release an arrow downrange. Because it is easy to cock and uncock, there is less risk of dry-firing, or shooting the bow without an arrow in place.
4. Quick Release
With their R15 model, these crossbows are incredibly fast. They offer a “frictionless” flight system that releases arrows without resistance, which makes them comfortable and efficient to operate. The extra speed also gives hunters the ability to draw multiple arrows in quick succession.
You’ll be surprised to learn how easy it is to practice archery when you use a Ravin bow. Glauber’s Sports has been the Kentucky Tri-State area’s top choice in hunting accessories, guns, ammunition, and apparel since 1863. Family-owned, the sporting goods store has an inventory of more than a thousand guns and one of the biggest selections of crossbows and ammo to suit your needs. To find the right hunting accessories for you, call (502) 732-4005 or visit them online.