Jack Tackett: Has anyone had problems with this? Or know what it's made of? Is it
quality? Any answers would be helpful, thanks!
Jojo Gun Fang: I just got one of these second hand. I collect crossbows I can afford. I
have 10 crossbows. And 4 compound bows I got from people who needed money.
I love the camo on this crossbow.
Trawick Stephen: Thanks. Very good Video. I didn't think it was hard but been long long time
since I put one of these together. Very helpful.
Cody reach: You put it on the rail where you put the bolts
PhlatRick: Mine came with some extra hardware not identified in the instructions or
video. They look like some sighting pieces. Where do these go?
Jason Harding: its a sight for the crossbow. its called an open sight
Bob Dernum: I'm having the same problem. Did you ever figure it out, Jack?
John Smith: I wonder if you can use "Limbsavers" on these bows.
livarmystrong: would you guys who have it recommend it? im looking at this one or the
Laurence Cuttino: This is a good crossbow..... but its major flaw is the limb tips. They are
made out of brittle plastic and one of mine broke after about the 10th bolt
through it. Can't find replacement tips... very disapointed in the product.
I would love this bow otherwise.
ichief Dabomb: SA Sports Fever Crossbow Package VS. Arrow Precision Inferno Fury Crossbow
ArionFerguson: just got mine
Kevin McMillon: Just put it together. Wow this baby has some power
ZakkAintNoZombie: Is the rail lube for where the bolt is placed to shoot it? Beginner here.
Jack Mack: Kind of dissapointed he didn't go over the sighting in of the scope and/or
the scope selecter switch options. I mean, not everyone is an expert or has
had a crossbow in the past. I guess we're left to figure that out on our
Ron Keefer: Just got mine and this video is AWESOME!! step by step instruction was
Jack Mack: I eventually got it to work by fooling around with the lock/trigger
assembly with a flat head screw driver. I'd push the locking mechanism in (
towards the rear of the crossbow ) to lock it, then I pulled the trigger to
release it. I did that a couple of times and it seemed to "kick start" the
lock/trigger into cooperating. Sorry for the delay getting back to you Bob,
but I was down and out with pneumonia for the last week. Good luck!!
Matthew Vasquez: So do you rip the practice cables off
David Taylor: I just received mine today and it works get! The video made it real easy to
put together. Can anyone tell me what the knob and numbers are for on the
side of the scope mount? Thanks!
mrrig1: Great video, very helpful.
Jason Harding: they go in the 2 empty holes close to end of crossbow on top.
mausercal65: I looked at one of these at pickles Sporting Goods and was VERY impressed
with it ! I will have one before the summer is out.
ARJWAIN: thank you very much , if it wasn't for this video id have given up . the
quiver assembling was a nightmare
deanaroo92: Nope, I'm 20 and can barely rooster it.
Jack Mack: Great video, but mine won't "rooster" when I pull it back. What should the
trigger/lock assembly look like before I try to rooster it in place? Right now
there is a fork looking piece up.
Jason Harding: i just got mine today.. warning to everyone that shoots first shot. make
sure u have a backing to catch the arrows or plenty of open field. i aimed
right at a box from 10 yards away and it went over my target and into the
woods. lost first arrow. but its powerful as heck but well worth the money.
BanTerCakes: Would a 13 year old be able to pull the bow to load???????
ThePyro3269: No you gently slip them out
majormixer: Very detailed and helpful. Thank you.
Matthew Vasquez: When you string your string your crossbow do you rip off the practice
string? Please help
pgilly8: Can this bow take deer out to 30 or 40 yards?
John Smith: ATTENTION EVERYONE: I was wondering if you could replace the original
bowstring with an Excalibur dyna flemish bowstring. Would that improve the
performance of this bow?
John Smith: If you don't want to order new limbs and limb tips from the manufacturer,
try "Amazon.com" Order a "Fury 175 lb crossbow replacement limb and limb
tips" (The Jaguar Fury is essentially the same crossbow as the SA sports.
Same specs just a different company). If you want a new string you can
order an "SA sports Fever string" from Amazon, also.
CrosbowFreaks: subscribe to crossbow freaks get all your instructional Sa-Sports Bow
lane nebraska: This is the same as the Jaguar and my Inferno Fury, is a SOLID performer!
Very sturdy frame and great trigger for the price! I just Chronographed it
with a Excalibur 20" firebolt with 125g point, total weight 388g. It
clocked at 218fps-over and over again! The alum bolt it comes with, is 16"
and weighs 425g. clocks at 200fps.
Dean Ashwood: For the price, this looks like a hell of a deal. Gettin one asap !!!!
Tinstar2: Got one on order for my Christmas present to myself. This will be my first
Crossbow and I am excited about getting it. I am very thankful for this
video! It's on back order and I won't get it until right around Christmas,
so it will be perfect timing. I think that it's a great deal for the money.
iamhitout: so this is the SA Sports youtube page thank you for makeing the video in
the bow ill be giveing it a good in out BBD
Romanljc6: Saw one of these at picklessporting goods looks really good but. Want to know
if. You sell replacemt limbs. B4 i Buy This. I had. I. Compound crossbow.
That. Broke on me and. I'm looking for something that. Is more solid. For
hunting. Compounds. Are a. Pain in the ass you have to be carefull with
them. In the field. Going to try a recurve. This time. Yours looks good.
chrissy2841: This had nothing to do with a Ambush COMPOUND!! how do I find the
instructions for that?
pacountryjoe: Great crossbows got my biggest buck with the sports ambush!! 156 2/8 green
score 10 pt.
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