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Horton Crossbows Hunter Max Series

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Horton Crossbows- Horton Manufacturing Co., the industry leader in hunting crossbows, introduces the Hunter Max 200, Hunter Max 175 and Hunter Max 150 for 2004. Each of the Hunter Max series crossbows are presented in Hortonís exclusive Advantage Max-4 camouflage finish Ė making them as beautiful as they are hunter functional.

Utilizing Hortonís most popular stock (introduced in 1987) each of the totally new Hunter Max crossbows is designed to offer accuracy, speed and years of dependability.

The Hunter Max 200, with a 200-pound draw-weight, delivers 320 feet per second arrow flight. The Max 200 powerhouse bow unit features Hortonís DuraTip Integrated Yoke System, designed to handle the extreme loads of the magnum powered crossbow. Utilizing non-tapered ToughBoy limbs with DP2 lamination, with machined steel external-axle limb shrouds (eliminating drilled axle holes in the limb tips) to attach the machined aluminum/titanium alloy energy cams, and power DuraMax steel cables with patented Cable Mufflers, the Hunter Max 200 delivers speed and the dependability Horton is known for.

The machined aluminum, anti-torque cable yoke allows for micro-adjustments in wheel timing while eliminating limb twist. The Hunter Max 175, with 175-pound draw-weight, delivers a blazing 345 f.p.s. speed utilizing Hortonís all new SpeedMax Synthetic Cable System. This system utilizes heavy-duty synthetic cables, with split external yokes. The durable SpeedMax cables reduce cable stretch that could cause the wheels to go out of time. The yokes are anchored to steel external axle limb shrouds that allow for micro-adjustments in wheel timing. New machined aluminum/titanium alloy SpeedMax cams on non-tapered ToughBoy limbs with DP2 lamination round out the package that loads and delivers maximum energy efficiently. A totally new crossbow, the Hunter Max 175 will leave all others in its dust.

The Hunter Max 150, 150-pound draw-weight, featuring Hortonís new SpeedMax Hybrid Cable System with the non-stretch strength of steel cables and micro-tunable synthetic yokes. The weight reducing synthetic yokes are anchored to steel external axle limb shrouds. Machined aluminum/titanium alloy SpeedCams and Hortonís non-tapered ToughBoy limbs with DP2 lamination complete the Max 150ís high energy, maximum efficiency front end. The Hunter Max 150 delivers 285 f.p.s. For those hunters looking for the most compact crossbow with plenty of power, look no further.The Hunter Max 150 is available only at authorized Horton Gold Dealers.

The Hunter Max series also features Hortonís new SoundStopper Strips. Each is available as crossbow only or in a package which includes: Hunter Max Crossbow, Hunter Mult-A-Range 4X32 Scope, one inch premium steel scope rings, the new Hunter Elite 4-arrow quiver, four Carbon Strike arrows and four practice points.

For more information or a catalog of Hortonís totally new line-up of crossbows and accessories phone (330) 633-0305 or visit Hortonís website:

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