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Do any of you guys have the crank  device to cock this crossbow? From the looks of it it seems like you need to mount it to the stock. If that's the case, does it get left there or does it have to be removed before each shot?

The reason why I'm asking this is because it could interupt my sip-&-puff trigger release.

Thanks in advance

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I have the patriot model same as in the link but sold with a crank , yes its mounted on the stock where it meets the receiver once crank take it off....mine is still in the box never used it

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You have to mount a black ring on the end of the stock.  The crank has a piece that goes into the ring for cocking and then the crank comes off before shooting.  I will go snap a picture and upload for you to see.

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Does the exact same thing as my Ten Point.  Super accurate out to 50 yards and an 11 year old pulling the trigger.  

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2 hours ago, Tuck said:

Here are pictures with crank on and then off.  The piece that gets left on measures 3/4 inch.

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Thanks for the pics was wondering how it came off. Need to purchase a crank for my sniper 370

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3 hours ago, Tuck said:

Here are pictures with crank on and then off.  The piece that gets left on measures 3/4 inch.

20200731_164525.jpg

20200731_164559.jpg

Thanks for the pics that helps a lot. And I'm hoping the grip can be removed to make an easy mount using the picatinny rail.

Might be my next buy...God willing.

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