All posts for the month July, 2013

This is a field test and review of the Mission MXB 320 Crossbow. The MXB is a very light crossbow weighing in at only 6.5 pounds. It has a adjustable stock and is 31 inches long and 19.5 inches wide. The power stroke is only 12 inches. The draw weight can be easily adjusted from 100 to 180 pounds. The MXB 320 crossbow can reach speeds of up to 320 feet per second. The MXB crossbow is extremely accurate with a tremendous amount of power at a reasonable price. (ipad users to view video: click here)

The Mission MXB 320 is made by Mathews and has some unique features. The MBX 320 uses the ALRS – Adustable Limb Retention System to easily adjust the

draw weight using a simple Allen wrench. The system also allows you to change strings without the need of a press.

Another feature unique to the MBX 320 and all Mission bows is the RS Tread that eliminates the need for a stirrup, thereby keeping the bow more stable an shorter.

The X Cam Technology allows for a short 12 power stroke draw to deliver smooth energy for precise shooting.

The BIAS Rail – Bridged Integrated Accuracy System has a solid bridge that runs the length of the rail to provide strength, support, and paper writing online rigidity for accuracy. It also has a bevel edge on the rail that further helps with being accurate.

Another feature that increases accuracy is the Integrated Scope Mount System. It is comprised of three pieces – the BIAS Rail, trigger assembly, and scope mount. This system provides vital alignment to that is critical to precision.

The Mission comes with an adjustable stock, a special rubber pistol grip, and a PCC anchor. The MXB is a pleasure to shoot. And all the features added for accuracy actually preform exceedingly well when it comes to hitting the target.

Kits are available that include a Hawke scope, soft carry case, quiver, and 3 bolts.
This is a great bow for a very reasonable price. The Mission MXB 320 crossbow scores a 9 out of 10 points.

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