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Wicked Ridge M-370 Crossbow Review #65

Ridge M-370

Wicked Ridge M-370 Lightweight Crossbow Features

The Wicked Ridge M-370 is a fantastic crossbow for shooters who are interested in a budget-friendly crossbow that packs a punch. The Wicked Ridge M-370 is designed to offer great performance and great value.

It weighs around 7 pounds, and with all the extras, the total weight is around 10 pounds.

This is a very good bow. It’s maneuverable, compact, and easy to cock and uncock. The stock aluminum string is lightweight and durable, as is the polymer forearm.

Ridge M-370

Wicked Ridges designed this bow from the M1 platform, which is the most popular bow in the Wicked Ridges lineup.

It’s just 5 inches wide when cocked, and 14 inches wide when uncocked, so you won’t be dragging your limbs through any brush or knocking your arrows against the window frame in your blind.


TenPoint’s T4 trigger is a high quality, well-engineered bow that gives you outstanding shooting performance. At 3.5 pounds, the T4 is a better pull for a crossbow at this price point than other comparable triggers.

The M370 Trigger features an automatic engaging safety and dry-fire-inhibitor, so it automatically disengages when you cock your bow back.

The ACUdraw bow is not a silent crank, but it does make cocking the bow over and over again a breeze. It’s also safe and easy to use, and has some great features. Here are some of our favorites of the ACUdraw: The handle sits flush right into a pre-drilled mounting slot on the underside of the buttstock for easy storage.

When the drawstring is pulled back on the bag by your fingers, it will pull evenly back. With a more balanced weight distribution, the ACUdraw unit has a lower draw weight than the traditional handbag for better shooting accuracy downrange.

Wicked Ridge M-370 Size and Weight

Wicked Ridge produces the lightest crossbow you can currently buy on the market. The Wicked Ridge M370 comes in at only 5.8 pounds! Wicked Ridge uses limbs made from “Gordon Glass” to keep the bow as lightweight as possible.

The M370 is the best selling crossbow of all time. The M270 has been around for almost 2 decades and is still going strong. It is extremely lightweight but it’s still a very durable and powerful crossbow! One of its great features is the “Air-Lite Stock”.

This Air-Lite stock is molded from glass-filled polypropylene. It’s lightweight and durable, and it comes in at just over 36 inches. It’s VX-5 cams that extend the power stroke to 13.8 inches, which increases the rotation.

The crossbow that makes more accurate and quieter shots. Wicked Ridge did an amazing job at keeping this crossbow as compact as possible, measuring only 14 inches in width axle-to-axle when cocked and 9.5 inches in width axle-to-axle when uncocked!

The Wicked Ridge M-370 is the perfect crossbow to carry it with you, hunt in tree stands, blinds or store it away when it’s not the hunting season.

Wicked Ridge M-370 Speed and Arrows

It’s easy to see what the Wicked Ridge M-370 is named after—it can shoot at an incredible 370 feet per second. With Wicked Ridge and TenPoint, they offer several different arrows with alpha-nocks.

Most M370 crossbows get three packages of 20-inch Wicked Ridge XX75 aluminum arrows. They come preloaded with the Wicked Ridge M370. These arrows will shoot at around 350 feet per second. For getting the most out of the M370, you’ll need to go with Tenpoint’s Pro Lite carbon arrows.

These arrows are a bit lighter than the XTR arrows but are slightly faster. They don’t penetrate as deep as the Wicked Ridge arrows, but for most hunters they’re the ideal choice.

Because of the weight, you’ll have a better balance, and thus, less string/cable damage. As a result, your crossbow will last longer.

Wicked Ridge M-370 Scope

A scope is an optical device used for long-range shooting. With a scope, you can make your shots much more precise than if you fired blindly. You have to consider many things when buying a scope.

Wicked Ridge M-370 Assembling and Disassembling

It’s like assembling and disassembling. Wicked Ridge offers the M-370 as a ready-to-hunt package. It has a 1-bolt assembly which only takes less than a minute to do, and the scope is pre-sighted.

First, slide the front-end of the bow onto the stock, then make sure it’s properly seated. Next, install the quiver and foot stirrup, and you’re good to go!

Wicked Ridge M-370 Accuracy

One of the big concerns that I hear from customers when looking at a value crossbow is that they worry they won’t get the accuracy that they would out of a higher-end bow. Well, you’re probably not going to get the accuracy you would out of a higher-end bow, but what you will get is amazing performance at a price that will leave you breathless.

However, what I can also tell you is that most crossbows are a better shot than you are, and I’ve shot so many different models of crossbows. I’ve had the pleasure to shoot so many different models, and every single one of them is a better shot than I am. [Bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy–a report of two cases]. Bile duct injury is not a rare complication of laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

It’s easy to be a great shot, but more difficult to take a decent shot. Take a look at the three, four, and five shot pictures below. They’re the third, fourth, and fifth shots I’ve taken out of my crossbow.

The best grouping of 20 yards with the supplied XX75 arrows is a right shot. I was also not shooting off of a completely sturdy rest, I was shooting off of a tripod shooting stick. At the time I am writing this review, it is 15 degrees outside and there is roughly 18″ of snow on our outdoor 70-yard shooting range, so I haven’t been able to stretch the legs on this M370 yet, but when I do I will be sure to update this review.

One of the most important points to remember is that unlike the older models, this bow requires the use of the Alpha Nock introduced by TenPoint in 2019. The unique half-moon style nock features elongated ears and rounded edges that give you more string-to-nock engagement.

The best nock design on the market is the Wicked Ridge Alpha Nock. It’s one of the safest nocks on the market, and if you’re replacing your old Wicked Ridge Crossbow you’ll need to replace some of your old Alpha Nocks with Wicked Ridge Alpha Nocks.

Wicked Ridge M-370 Cocking

If you want the lowest priced option, go with the M370 with the rope-sled cocking device. If you want to shoot more consistently, you’ll need to invest in the ACUdraw cocking device.

It’ll help you load your crossbow faster, more safely and much more quietly. The ACU draw is probably one of the most innovative cocking mechanisms in the crossbow market. The slide, however, is the most advanced cocking mechanism that I know of so far.

Testing and Shooting

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. They didn’t waste their money on cheap-outs or bad triggers. They used a T4 trigger from Wicked Ridge for their own trigger, and it works well.

We love the trigger mechanism on the Invader 400. We’re hoping it’ll be as reliable as the Invader 500, so hopefully it will work just as well!

In the market for a new crossbow? It’s hard to find one that’s more powerful or accurate than this one.

We destroyed a lot of arrows because we kept aiming at the same spot. But even though it wasn’t much, our scope wasn’t correctly pre-sighted.

After correctly sighting the scope and zeroing it in, I was able to consistently hit 1-inch groups with an XX75 aluminum arrow.

To make sure you can really trust the M370, we performed three rounds of speed tests with three different sets of arrows (one of which was the factory set).

After some testing, I still have the same opinion about this product as I did before. This bow is excellent for target shooting. Its accuracy is better than average and it shoots great offhand. The quiver fits well and comes with the necessary accessories.


You should choose this one if you want to draw at a fast speed. It’s lightweight and accurate.


Some people complain about the weight of the bow. It is definitely not the lightest in its class. However, it is still light enough for most people who can use one and still manage to hit the target with amazing accuracy.

The new M370 crossbow has features like the ACUdraw, Dry-Fire-Inhibitor and a T4 trigger with auto-engaging safety features that make it very safe to use for the youth. Its 1-bolt assembly makes it also perfect for beginners.

Reason To Choose Wicked Ridge M-370

Wicked Ridge M-370 is an excellent mid-range crossbow. It can shoot up to 370 FPS and generates 118 ft-lbs of kinetic energy. The combo is enough for big game hunting and target practice. The accuracy of this crossbow is also quite good.

With this crossbow, you can either choose to crank the crossbow with a traditional hand crank or use an ACUdraw pro cranking device to give it a very light draw weight. This makes it an ideal crossbow for beginners and veterans alike.

The crossbow is not to big either. M370 is ideal for shorter people and younger folks. It’s easy to load the crossbow and fire to your heart’s content. If you don’t have a budget issue, I recommend getting the crossbow with the cranking device.

The Wicked Ridge M-370 crossbow is one of the lightest crossbows in the world. It measures an incredibly narrow 9.5 inches wide and shoots up to a blazing 370 feet-per-second. Easy cocking for all ages.

The crank handle conveniently stores in the butt-stock. This crossbow produces one of the quietest shots on the market. Powered by VX-5 inverted cams, it produces a smooth and silent shot that delivers deadly, same-hole accuracy.

Built-in safety – Integrated safety wings help keep the shooter’s hand & fingers safely below the flight deck. A fully enclosed trigger guard provides additional safety.

The Wicked Ridge M-370 Crossbow comes with TenPoint’s 3x Multi-Line Scope, our built-in ACUdraw Cocking Device, three Match 400 Carbon Arrows, and a 3-Arrow Quiver.

Wicked Ridge M-370 Specs

Max Velocity370 fps
Overall Length35.0″
Bow/Crossbow TypeCompound Crossbow
Peak Draw Weight180 lbs
Axel to Axel Length Cocked9.5 “
Axel to Axel Length UnCocked14 “
Weight5.8 lbs
Riser MaterialAluminum
Sold With QuiverYes
Quiver Capacity3 rounds
Suggested forHunting
Body TypeRifle
Kinetic Energy118 ft/lbs
Recommended Bolt Length20 “
Nock TypeAlpha
Cocking AidRope
Powerstroke13.8 “
UpgradesRope Sled

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How to Zero a Scope in 5 Easy Steps #51


How to Zero a Scope in 5 Easy Steps

Learn how to zero a scope in 5 easy steps. Proper sighting in is key for a scope to work at its best. Get all the info here about how to zero a scope as quickly as possible. So, let’s get right to it and learn your job as a better shooter!


Things to Consider Before Zeroing Your Scope

You need to consider all the factors that could impact your optic’s zero before zeroing it. 

Scope Installation

If the scope that came with your rifle isn’t the same as the one you were using before, you’ll need to install it properly to make sure you get the maximum performance out of it. You should always check the manual carefully or get help from an expert.

Scope Mount

The best scope is a high quality one. It depends on what you are shooting and what you want to accomplish, but a good scope can work wonders for improving your accuracy.


It’s best to get your scope and mount from the same dealer and at the same time so that they can be fitted and installed. If you prefer buying online, then be sure to purchase from authorized dealers only.


Boresighters. Bore-diameter arbors connect a collimator to the muzzle of a firearm, creating a grid pattern at the sight picture.

You can also use a laser bore sight, which creates a red dot on the target for easier zeroing in. This guarantee will give you superior accuracy with every caliber from.22 to.50 cal, plus 20 and 12 ga.

The best lasers for the.22LR are the class IIIa shotguns. The best shotguns for the laser are class II. They’re easy to attach and easy to use.


For use on 22/20, 12/20 and 410 shotguns plus rifles. Printable Boresight Targets (BTS) for a wide range of ammunition types, including all major rimless and bottleneck types, and for both left and right handed shooting. This kit is a must have for every shooter.


Target Practice. You need a big target and a gun. You’ll have to be very careful so you don’t shoot yourself in the foot.

In this short video, we show you how to make a DIY shooting target using an old computer screen and a cardboard tube.

Rifle Position on the Shooting Bench

Rifle Position on the Shooting Bench. Your rifle’s position on the shooting bench (if you’re using one) is a big factor in accuracy. Position your rifle so that it remains stable throughout your shooting practice, no matter how hard the recoil is.

The type of zeroing-in that uses a shooting platform is called Supported Sighting In. There are commercially available shooting benches that you can look up. But if you’re a handy person, you can make one yourself.

Your weapon should have a steady position. However, aside from your weapon’s position, your posture also has a major impact on your performance. You won’t be able to perform your best if you’re not comfortable with your stance. Above all, everything needs to be repeatable!


The only way to shoot a weapon the same every time is to learn to hold and fire the weapon the same every time.

Determine Your Starting Range

This involves knowing how far away you want to place your target from the bench.

Your starting range depends on the cartridge in the gun. If you’ve been shooting for a while, you should know what to do, but if you’re a beginner, remember that the ideal zeroing-in distance for handguns is 15 yards and 50-100 yards for rifles.

Boresight Your Weapon

An optical or laser boresighter can get you close without firing a round, which saves money because ammo is so expensive. It’s up to you if you want to use one or not.

To get your scope/sights (or barrel) and your target aligned you must do several things, such as: a. get your target on paper with a boresighter b. measure the elevation on the target at 100 yards c. mark your target at different ranges, in order to determine where the adjustment screws need to be set d. adjust the elevation until the target is centered at 100 yards e.

When I go for a run, I need to check my gun to make sure it’s still zeroed in properly and that it’s functioning correctly. This can be done using a collimator or a laser boresighter, and these devices are the only option for actions (semi-autos, levers and pumps) where it’s not possible to look down the barrel from the breech.


I like to remove the bolt, or open the action and set the rifle on a solid, steady rest. I aim the rifle by lining up the front sight post with the top of my target’s forehead, and adjusting as needed.

For this exercise, you’ll want to use a bull’s-eye target. This is easiest to use because it’s easier to line up your sight or scope on the target and get it aligned.

I’ve had a lot of practice with boresights, and I am pretty darn good at them. Sometimes I get it absolutely spot-on, but it is not a perfect science, and neither collimators nor laser boresight devices are perfect, either.

I start out by cleaning the area where I’m going to take a shot, and get a good hold on the rifle. If I have a scope mounted, I’ll aim at my clean target at 25 yards and work my way up to 50 yards. If I don’t have a scope mounted, I might shoot at 25 yards to make sure everything is zeroed properly.

Shooting and making adjustments, I aim to have the rifle more or less zeroed at short range. The legend is that a 25-yard zero will be about right at 100 yards, but this isn’t true. It depends on the trajectory of the cartridge and the height of the scope, but generally speaking, a perfect zero at 25 yards will be too high at 100 yards, so if you start at 25 yards with a scoped rifle, you’ll usually save some ammo by making that initial short-range zero about an inch low.


With the first shot, aim for a point and impact, and when you start from 50 yards away, the goal should be to make it point-of-aim, point-of-impact.

Fire a Few Rounds

Before you make your decision about the rifle, decide where you want to shoot from. You can choose between 100 yards, 200 yards, 300 yards and beyond. That way, if you hit a deer at 200 yards or if you miss the shot at 300 yards, you’re safe in the knowledge that you made your ammo decision properly.

You’ll have to decide whether to use a shorter or longer barrel for shooting, but the first thing to do is to test loads to see if they’ll cycle properly with the rifle you plan to use. If you’re going to use iron-core bullets, you should also be prepared for that.

All rifles show different levels of accuracy when you change brands, bullets, propellants, or anything else. It makes sense to wait until you’re sure you’re going to use a specific load before trying to achieve perfection.

It doesn’t matter where the bullet lands, and the shooter should make this decision as soon as they put their rifle in a ready position. Once the decision is made, the bullet should be the first item to go into the action.

When you’re out for short-range hunting situations – like close-cover hunting or for dangerous game – you may well want your point of impact to be close to the ground. But for shooting at longer ranges, where your bullets will need to penetrate several inches of cover, you may want your point of impact to be a bit higher. I like a zero that’s maybe 2 to 2.5 inches high at 100 yards.


You can pick up an accurate rifle with as little as 20 MOA accuracy. If you are a shooter who prefers the longer-range shooting, you will get much more accuracy by going as high as you dare and still maintain adequate eye-hand coordination. This is the way it has always been done in shooting competitions, and for good reason: the longer you go, the more accurate you can be!

If everything goes smoothly, your next step is to choose your associate product and product categories, but that’s covered in the next section.

Adjust the Scope so the Group’s Center Matches the Point of Aim

You can see where you’re shooting when you’re taking aim, but this isn’t really important when it comes to shooting accuracy. Your rifle is the most important thing, and you need to make sure it’s well-zeroed and that you don’t have any human error involved.

There is nothing worse than a missed shot, so when you’re shooting at a clay pigeon, try to get in the zone as quickly as possible and take aim before your quarry can. Don’t be afraid to shoot a few shots while you are on the range.

I try to keep my rifle steady when shooting from a bench rest. I use my support hand to hold the butt of the rifle against my shoulder and let the rifle rest do the work. Then I use my trigger finger to be the forward-most contact point.


Adjust the Scope so that its center matches the point of aim. You’ll do this after firing a few rounds. Make sure that the crosshairs are centered relative to the group’s center. If you hit the bullseye, keep going!

Repeat Until Satisfied with the Accuracy

If you were shooting from a sandbag at a deer and used a bipod, this is a great tool for you. But if your rifle was equipped with a different point of impact when it was zeroed, you may need to adjust your aim.

This is the one I’ve noticed, but I suppose the same could be true of just about any weapon. So once you’re all zeroed, fire a couple of shots off your bipod or other weapon. You may not be quite as steady, so the results may not be as perfect- but if there’s a significant difference, you should notice it.

It’s safe to hunt at night, but you need to take care when doing so. I’m not saying that it’s never safe to hunt at night, but it’s pretty rare. One way you can keep your safety up and never be surprised by something like that is to do a final zero before you leave your hunting grounds.


Make sure your zero is perfect before you take it out of the safe. Finding the right ammunition is not always easy. Some of us prefer to buy a box of 50 or a box of 500, but I find that the extra time I have to spend on the range allows me to become more familiar with my weapon, and that translates into better shooting.

Do Your Best Effort If you’re new to voice recognition, you may want to start with a basic example before moving on to more difficult examples. You may also want to start by listening to short clips, rather than entire sentences.

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Best TenPoint Siege RS410 Review #13

TenPoint Siege RS410

Best Bowstring for Tenpoint Siege RS410

These​ TenPoint Siege RS410 Custom Bow Strings by Tenpoint are made with the highest quality materials to ensure they will stand up to years of use.

America’s Best Crossbows only uses the finest BCY fiber in the manufacturing of our crossbow strings combined with the most advanced string building technologies, which results in a string that is unmatched in quality and performance.

TenPoint Siege RS410


TenPoint Siege RS410 Crossbow

The TenPoint Siege series brings a new level of performance and features at a price we’ve never seen. The siege is a smaller version of the larger models, but it still brings a unique feature and performance level to the table that has never been seen in this price range.

A Cocking Slide system allows for easy and safe cocking. A single user simply lifts the cocked slide to cock the bow. The cocking action is smooth and does not require any additional weight to perform. The trigger has been redesigned and the sear has been lowered for a crisper 3.5lb pull.

TenPoint Siege RS410

Micro-Trac barrels, used to protect and extend the life of tennis strings, are a patented technology developed by Dr. Richard Schuerman, a biomechanics researcher at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.

The Rangemaster Pro Scope offers several different ways to help you shoot more accurately at different distances. The scope is able to adjust the reticle between 20 and 60 yards, and it features a range of illumination options so you can easily see what you’re shooting at in low light conditions.

TenPoint Siege RS410 Crossbow Package

The Siege RS410 is the most stealthy bow ever created by TenPoint Crossbows. It features an innovative, multi-material construction and an advanced string guide system that creates a whisper quiet draw and shot.

The Siege RS410 features a short stock design with a neck-snapping 410-grain carbon bolt that pushes 400-grain centerpunches through target plates at an impressive 410 fps. This premium package also includes a range master scope and Tenpoint’s innovative Micro-Trac barrel reducing string to rail contact by 50%, to ensure accurate shots from every angle.

TenPoint Siege RS410

This package is comprised of the same six bolt features as the package mentioned above, but with a few minor upgrades. The new feature is a 6-Bolt Tech Quiver. This comes with its own accessory package and is available in either black or OD green. The cocking and de-cocking system are now included, and this gives users the ability to fire their shotgun while it is in the receiver. It also has a two stage S1 trigger, which offers both a crisp trigger pull and a smooth release of the action.

First Impressions

TenPoint, which is headquartered in Elkhart, Ind., has expanded its line of hunting crossbows. The company’s newest crossbow is the TenPoint Siege RS410, which is a compact reverse-draw crossbow with a 10-inch barrel. It is built on the same bolt action system as the TenPoint Havoc RS440, but includes more features and better performance.

TenPoint Siege RS410

The Siege RS410 is just like the Havoc RS440 in every way – except that the string stop is integrated into the bolt itself rather than being part of the crossbow. That way it doesn’t have to be mounted to the crossbow and isn’t subject to vibrations. And since the bolt is made from high-strength steel, it should hold up well to even the most aggressive hunts.

Design and Durability

The Ravin R26 Compact Crossbow is one of the smallest compact crossbows on the market. Only the TenPoint Siege RS410 is more compact than it.

This bolt action rifle already weighs 2.5 pounds, after installing the scope and 6-arrow tech quiver it weighs around 9 pounds. With a power stroke of 3.5 inches and a draw weight of 220 pounds, the Siege RS410 shoots arrows at 410 feet per second.

TenPoint Siege RS410

The Havoc RS440 is a precision-made gun with a heavy-duty receiver that can take a lot of abuse and a barrel that can do the same. The big difference between the two rifles is that the Havoc RS440 has a light pull weight of only 230 pounds.

This can not only help to keep the head cooler but it can also reduce the risk of developing hearing loss due to exposure to the loud noises that may be present in the workplace.


The TenPoint RangeMaster ProScope is a rangefinder with a variable zoom capability (1.5-5x) and is capable of accurate rangefinding out to 60 yards and beyond. It’s equipped with illuminated reticles for easy target acquisition.

TenPoint Siege RS410

It’s a great scope for low-light conditions, but it’s best to use the battery for a couple of hours as this will reduce the strength of the battery and the illuminated reticle is then perfect for low-light conditions.

Sighting in the RangeMaster Pro Scope

When you go out hunting with your new crossbow you should test out its abilities first, especially if you’re going into unfamiliar territory. To do so, go to a range and try out the sights and other features of the crossbow. It’s best to do this in advance of your hunting trip.

TenPoint Siege RS410

As you can see in the picture, make sure to adjust it to the right speed and it will probably take a bit of dialing-in before you have it dead-center. That being said, it’s one of the easiest scopes to sight-in.

Noise Reducing Features

The Siege Crossbow RS410 is a quiet crossbow that will fit any situation. The new version uses a Havoc RS440 design and lowers the draw weight by 50 pounds.

TenPoint Siege RS410

This is an attempt to find a single way of stopping the string from bouncing off the wall. Some say that string stops are not needed, and that you can just play a faster game, but for me, I believe that a better, more efficient way is worth the effort to try to improve.


TenPoint installed its latest ACUslide cocking and de-cocking system on the Siege RS410. TenPoint didn’t upgrade the ACU crank cocking device this year but it’s still the best crank cocking system for a crossbow.

TenPoint Siege RS410

The ACU Slide is a simple to operate firearm that uses the same method as a traditional pistol grip shotgun. The ACU Slide is easily held and loaded. It’s an excellent alternative for those that want to use a shotgun.


For any new rifle purchase, it’s important to perform a complete check of the gun, including inspecting the bore of the barrel for cracks or breaks. This is because there is no 100% guarantee that the gun you buy is free of damage, as not all manufacturers include this inspection on their guns. The gun should also be tuned to zero when you receive it, and have all of its parts (scope, rings, and mounts) tested. If you’re concerned about a specific part of your rifle, such as the trigger, then bring it with you for a final inspection.

Our crossbows were also perfectly sighted in. The Siege RS410 also has the S1 trigger. It’s a very smooth, 2-stage, zero creep trigger. One of the best on the market. For our speed test we’ll always use the arrows that are included with the package.

TenPoint Siege RS410

TenPoint sells a 6-pack of EVO-X 16-inch carbon arrows. These arrows have a weight of 400 grains and are inspected for straightness to within.001-inch and each package is weight-grain matched within 1-grain per arrow.

The new weight-scale registered the same weight for each of the six arrows, which is really good. This suggests that we will be able to accurately measure the arrows’ weights in real-time. With a target at a 50-yard distance, we managed to get a group of <1.5 inches and an average speed of 409 feet per second.

TenPoint Siege RS410

The Siege RS410 is also a very quiet crossbow! Compact made comfortable – Measuring just 2.5 inches long and 3.5-inches wide, the Siege RS410 provides unrivaled comfort in a compact crossbow. It’s adjustable butt plate extends up to 1″ to match your length-of-pull.

Storage and Transportation

The HALO Bowpack is the first hunting backpack that can store crossbows. This is a backpack made especially for compact reverse-draw crossbows. We always suggest to store it in a case that is recommended by the manufacturer.

TenPoint Siege RS410

When it comes to transportation, a great feature is not only being able to take your gear everywhere you go, but also the ability to do so in a way that it can be protected. The Siege RS410 is one such product that comes with a padded exterior shell with Brushed Tricot and a padded interior with two hook and loop straps to secure the crossbow during travel.

TenPoint Siege RS410

The TenPoint Havoc RS440 and Siege RS410 are two ultra-compact rifle scopes made by Tenpoint. The Havoc RS440 and Siege RS410 are both rigid frame scopes, and they are designed to be carried in tree stands, such as a G6H-20. Both scopes have a top-mounted rubber grip handle for hanging, and the RS440 also has a rigid frame for additional back support. The RS410 is slightly longer than the RS440, and it is designed to fit more compact models of rifle scopes.

TenPoint Siege RS410

The TenPoint Siege RS410 is a very compact, quiet, and accurate crossbow. It has a speed of 410 feet per second. It is also very durable and is very easy to maintain.

TenPoint Siege RS410

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