Ace Martial Arts Supply Cobra System Self Cocking Pistol Tactical Crossbow, 80-Pound (Scope with 39 Arrows and 2 Strings) : Sports & Outdoors

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Cobra System Self cocking crossbow

80 lb Draw Weight

Fiberglass construction with Adjustable Sight

Great for both hunting and target shooting

Includes 4 x20 scope, 39 aluminum arrows, and two 80 lbs strings


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10 reviews for Ace Martial Arts Supply Cobra System Self Cocking Pistol Tactical Crossbow, 80-Pound (Scope with 39 Arrows and 2 Strings) : Sports & Outdoors

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  1. George

    I purchased for a cool kid toy ,(I am 76), and in consideration of a potential future need for a WMD. After due consideration and following many prepper U-Tube videos I figured a Cross Bow Pistol would meet my imaginary survival/self defense needs better than some automatic fast firing gun powder weapon that requires registration with the agencies I am trying to escape from and announces for miles around; “Hey Zombies, I’ve got weapons, ammo, and other resources”. I selected the fiberglass model with Red Dot sight and all the accessories. The product and accessories meet my expectations. I was a little disappointed that the red dot sight was in a little box taped to the side of the pistol box. As others have mentioned Stringing the Bow is NOT POSSIBLE without cheating, I couldn’t even get the loop to fit on the end piece with out any tension. After reading reviews and watching U-Tube instructions I modified the auxiliary string method. I attached a length of high strength twine to the bow and pulled as much tension as possible before tying off. I then cocked the bow using this string. Putting the supplied OFFICIAL string on was now very easy. I tried it out with the included mechanical sight and was very impressed and happy with my choice. After a few test shots to align the sight It was more powerful and accurate than I would have anticipated. I fired my last 2 shots of that day from 15 yards into a 1 in group right on the target spot; which, I think that is amazing for a non shooter with shaky old man aim. The next plan was to evaluate with Red Dot Sight and was mostly disappointment. The instructions for mounting were not complete enough for an inexperienced Bow Smith to follow. I eventually figured I had to remove the existing mechanical sight from the rail. Then after more issues, found I had to cut down the the screw from the mechanical sight elevation adjustment. The Red Dot sight brackets still did not fit to the rail, either it was bent or just poor quality. I eventually added shims between the mounting brackets and sight to get a good straight fit on the rail. Adjusting the Red Dot was more difficult than anticipated. I never did get a good alignment or repeat-ability before I broke/lost the 4 arrows I brought with me. I plan on evaluating on another time and with no improvement I will remove the Red Dot and reinstall the mechanical sight. Overall I don’t recommend the Red Dot option based on my experience so far. It appears to be a low cost add on instead of a tested system as implied. Arrow Quality! Since there have been other comments I will also. The 3 arrows that were included in the box appeared to be good quality I made several shots using the 3 to align the mechanical sight and they were fine with no damage. I eventually lost all 3 from low/missed shots resulting in them burying in the ground. I opened a pack of the accessory 36 included in the kit. They turned out be more penetrating in my make shift target as well as surrounding infrastructure, (see above on trying to align Red Dot). They also broke more easy with the plastic ends shattering or points breaking off. So, overall a good choice for my needs.

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  2. sherry dale

    They are perfect. I had no issues with assembly its basically just 2 steps. I noticed some said they had trouble stringing the bow, I did not because I have a stringer for my standard crossbows so I tied a knot it it to use to help string these. That would be the only suggestion I would have for the company…add a stringer for folks that dont have one. I’m older now and its harder for me to cock my standard crossbow but these are very easy!! Also make sure y’all get some bow wax it also is not included and you definitely need it this will keep you from fraying or breaking your string. THESE ARE NOT TOYS!! They are very powerful, I’m very impressed and love how light weight yet durable they are made!! Go ahead and invest in extra bolts you will need them, these are smaller so they get lost easy and bend If you land something solid!!

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  3. Jeff Phelps

    This is a very sturdy and well-made little crossbow especially for the money. FYI should you want to upgrade by accessorizing with new sites or lasers this is a 3/8 inch dovetail rail not a 7/8 Weaver, so shop accordingly. I bought the conversion to the weaver and added all the accessories you see here with some minor mods.

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  4. Captain Awesome

    This is super kewl. Check out the youtube tutorials on it. Money well spent. BEWARE! This is not a kids toy. It can KILL YOU or somebody near buy. The arrows careful what you shoot at. If its to hard the arrows will actually bounce off and fly right back at you. But seriously blown away buy this. You should for certain pick the back up arrow ammo.

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  5. john benoit

    For a pistol crossbow it has a lot of power behind each shot. At 15 yards I’m getting less then 1/4 groupings I have to space my shots so I dont destroy the neighbor bolt. This is not a toy in any way. I shoot full size crossbows, long bow, compound bows all guns and I would put this in this group of weapons .if a zombie apocalypse happens get one of these so in my book 10 out 10 accuracy?on bullseye 15 yards. Ease of use ? To easy to use . Wax string a lot it will last a long time.

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  6. Michael

    I really like this thing. I was unsure at first based on myriad reviews, but I’m glad I pulled the trigger, pardon the pun. This thing is easy to assemble, easy to use, and very effective. It’s extremely accurate at about 15 yards and packs a punch. The bolts are weak but I think that reflects the bows power more than bolt quality. A lot of reviews said the string was problematic. I’ve shot this 50 times and no problems yet. I’ve lubed the string often, so maybe that’s the difference. Enjoy!

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  7. MATT91

    I purchased this unit for my Girl Friend. The photograph provided of the target was taken the next morning.My first shot was taken around 8:00 pm, 20 meters, not calibrated and no scope. Very high velocity. This unit is very lethal within this range. PERFECT for second shot hunting.A couple of things to note. To string the bow, i had to use grip clamps. Went on in a minute. The cocking mechanism is tight, the first couple of times. Practice cocking a couple of times before you string. It loosens quickly.

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  8. James

    I received my cross bow promptly. The instructions were adequate except for explaining where the small pads go. I placed one between the prod, or “bow” and the stock and the other between the prod and the pressure pad. The prod covers have a small protrusion on one side. By looking at the photograph, I placed the protrusion to the rear and the smooth side to the front. That seemed to work. The next obstacle, is stringing the bow. It is very difficult even with two persons, as it is hard to get the leverage to pull it. I solved the problem easily, by placing the butt of the pistol grip against a padded 2×4 and then using two 24 inch Quick-Grip bar clamps with a pistol grip click adjustment, with the back padded clamp against the rear of the 2×4 and the front padded clamp at each end of the prod or “bow”. That allowed drawing each end back at an equal rate until the loop of the string could be slipped over the prod cover and into the slot. The clamps were then released and the bow was ready to use. I found the bow easy to cock and fun to shoot. If the point of the bolt becomes lodged in a target, simply unscrew the shaft to avoid damage and dig the point out being careful not to damage the threads. For the money, it is a great little cross-bow.

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  9. amzn-women-on-the-moon

    Ever since I saw the guy with a Mohawk in the movie “The Road Warrior” shoot that little crossbow many years ago, I’ve always wanted one. I bought one in the 80’s at a gun show, but the technology just wasn’t quite there back then and it turned out to be a disappointment. So I have shied away from small crossbows ever since. Just recently I stumbled across this one and was pleasantly surprised when I saw it in action in the videos. I was still apprehensive, but I decided I’d go for it anyway. The gamble paid off, this little crossbow is very cool. It’s not going to take down a large mammal for those big game hunters, but it is more than capable of taking down small game. This is not a toy, so be careful if you are purchasing it for someone younger. That being said, it would make a great starter crossbow to introduce friends/family to the sport of crossbows. Whether you are target practicing or using it for small game, this surprisingly powerful little machine will get the job done.

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  10. Josh

    I came across this thing while browsing for a new recurve. It was $25ish so I decided to give it a shot. Wow! It isn’t a joke. This thing can seriously hurt if not taken seriously. It’s been known to nearly drive an entire bolt into my target (to where maybe only a centimeter is visible to pull out the bolt). Very awesome weapon! I’m extremely pleased especially considering the price!DO NOT GIVE TO A CHILD. Do humanity a favor, and treat this like a weapon never a toy.

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