I had received my new Carbon Express Covert XB 3.5T crossbow a few weeks ago. Let me tell you folks, it is an unbelievable crossbow. I have really never been exposed to crossbows till the last few years. I have shot several models and brands over the past few years and this one is by far the best I have ever shot. Not only is it shooting at a speed of 350 fps, it is also extremely quiet. No, it is not as quiet as my Hoyt, but for a crossbow it is extremely quiet. The nice thing about this model from Carbon Express is that is comes with a Pro 5 Step tactical scope allowing you to have various yardage adjustments inside the scope. It also will illuminate to either a red or green cross hair. Another nice feature is that it is adjustable in the recoil pad. You can get them in camo but I chose the black with carbon fiber detailing. It is a sharp looking piece of hunting equipment. I know all they guys on the crew are extremely excited to use it this year. Make sure you check the regulations in your state. In Montana, you can only use a crossbow during the general rifle seasons, and not the archery season. Below is a picture of the one I shoot. If you have never checked them out, I suggest you do. You won’t be disappointed.
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