Avalanche 150-lb. Wood Crossbow

$106.99   $89.99
  4.4 ( 14 reviews)

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Part #:13 CB22
  • Adjustable windage and elevation sights
  • Mounting rail for scope or other optics
  • Includes 2 16" aluminum arrows
  • Very simple assembly


This pistol grip 150-lb. Avalanche Crossbow looks like a shotgun and fires bolts almost as fast. The 11” power stroke delivers arrows speeds of up to 210 FPS from a 16” aluminum arrow, your target will never know what hit it. The all-aluminum frame is wrapped in a classic wooden stock and sure to stand up to years of abuse from even the avid hunter. (Scope is not included)

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.43 out of 5

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Richard Chastain
Feb 27, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Avalanche 150-lb. Wood Crossbow

I just got back from my first attempt to sight in this crossbow. The material the feathers of the arrows I got got messed up somehow and I think that may be causing my errors in my accuracy, I only used one arrow the whole time I was shooting this crossbow and I only hit the target twice after some confounding sight adjustments that got the arrow in towards the center of the target once or twice but I couldn't leave well enough alone. It is my first experience with a crossbow and I did learn how it cocked fairly easily and after a few tried was confident enough to know what it sounds like when it cocks. Twenty yards and the arrow from this crossbow will hit the target in under 1/3 second. How my arrow feathers got wrinkled I don't know. I don't think that the material the feathers on the arrows is made of has a memory because all the wrinkles were still there when I stopped shooting. The trigger is easy to pull and doesn't break away to fire, but gently squeezing the trigger and it will smoothly come back and release the arrow. I got to where I was pulling the trigger instead of squeezing it but my accuracy was so bad anyway because I was having so much trouble sighting in, and I was running out of time, pulling the trigger was more fun just to see where the arrow would go with all the extra movement in the crossbow, because you really don't have that much time to shoot your target when your're hunting. So far my Avalanche Wood Crossbow is still working and I must have shot it at the archery range today eight times. Not a lot but it still sounded sound when I had to quit shooting. Keep an ear on the sounds it makes and if any of them start to change you may know you are starting to have a problem. Seems like a pretty good crossbow to me so far.


Oct 16, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Not a toy

Got the crossbow within 3 days. Putting it together was a breeze and took about ten minutes. Stringing the bow was a little tough but once on its ready to go. Very strong and very sturdy. Great buy.

Dec 05, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Well made and compact

Great bow for the money. Cocking is a little tough with out a stock but once I figured it out a lot of fun to shoot.

Oct 28, 2013
(1 out of 5)
bad bow

this bow is built solid and is nice. but after about 10 shots or so and now it wont hold the string In the back were its supposed to. it just lets it go without pulling the trigger.

Oct 14, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Heavy duty and well built

Love this monster! It shot thru a 3/4 inch plywood backboard. I have to go to a shooting range and shoot at proper targets.

Mar 15, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Great Crossbow

Worth every penny it cost, it was easy to put together and it shipped very fast.

Mar 06, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Good Equipment

Looks and feels like solid work. Two person assembly was easy. Firing was accurate and powerful, the arrow went through my fence and then 3 inches into a pine tree. Good home protection that avoids stigma of firearms and safe around young kids; my 6 year old can load bullets but can't cock the crossbow.

Steve Chamberlain
Feb 13, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Excellent value @ 79.98

An excellent low to moderate strength crossbow. (The rifle stock unit was unavailable at the time of purchase) assembled in less than 5 mins. Stringing not difficult. Pistol grip is terrible, so I fabricated a butt stock and added a rubber bumper. Work of art now. accurate@ 25yds.. too much snow to set up more distant measured targets. Also waiting on scope. Anything smaller than a great dane will drop with this. No, its not a toy, but its not a hunting machine either.

jordan dewolf
Feb 07, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Eat your wheaties

Accurate and powerful. Best cross bow I ever had. Make sure you can lift 150 before buying. Best deal for quality and price.

Mike R
Jan 29, 2013
(5 out of 5)
A backpack beast

This bow surprised me when it came in the mail, I later found that it destroys arrows rapidly if you hit fences. For under 100 dollars u cant find a much better and more powerful bow. I havnt killed anything but pumpkins with it but im sure most turkeys wouldnt stand a chance. Its a very sturdy frame after being sceptical about its draw weight being able to bend the framing or misfire the bolts because the locking mechanism was too weak but its proved itself. Needs to be sighted in so prepare for bolts to go much farther than intended. Loading took time to figure out, if you read this far u got to the best part. Draw the string back while the safty is off, when the second "click" happens the safty is AUTOMATICALLY engaged. Sick bow. Cheap fun. But not a toy.

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