Tenpoint Nitro 505
$3,049.99 – $4,599.99
Tenpoint Nitro 505
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- In the package, we found the Nitro 505 with ACUslide, an integrated string stop system, the Evo-X Marksman Elite, one 6-pack of EVO-X CenterPunch arrows, and a 6-arrow Tech Quiver.
- The TenPoint Nitro 505 has a full length of 30.7 (without stirrup) inches and it has an axle to axle width of a mere 6.5 inches cocked and 12.5 inches wide uncocked.
- The crossbow has a two-piece Tech-X stock with cutouts to reduce weight. The Nitro 505 tips our scales at 7.9 pounds and that is without accessories installed. With everything installed 11.7 pounds. Tenpoint Nitro 505
The Nitro 505 is an extremely very well-balanced crossbow. It has a center-mounted riser so no nose-heavy feel and the foregrip gives you good control over the front.
TenPoint equipped the Nitro 505 with a Vector-Quad cable system, which means that it utilizes four cables instead of the standard two, this eliminates cam lean and generates straight nock travel.
The Nitro 505 has a 20-inch long aluminum Micro-Trac fluted barrel to guide the arrow. The barrel reduces the overall surface area by 50 percent, this decreases friction extends the life of the string, and generates straight-nock travel leading to same-hole downrange accuracy. Tenpoint Nitro 505
TenPoint’s engineering team spared no expense in the research, design, and testing phases of this crossbow. All major components were design to handle this level of industry-leading speed and power.
To build the fastest crossbow ever, the TenPoint engineers had to completely redesign its predecessor, the Havoc RS440. The Nitro 505’s limbs are 30 pounds heavier and they elongated the power stroke by 3.5 inches.
The Nitro 505 has the longest power stroke in the industry at 17-inches long.
The elongate power stroke also keeps the arrow nock engaged with the string for an additional 4 inches before release, this is also a critical component in performance.
Tenpoint introduced this crossbow with three different scopes to choose from. You can choose the Evo-X Marksman Elite Variable Speed Scope with External Adjustment Turrets. The Burris Oracle X Rangefinding scope or you can go for the Garmin XERO X1i Rangefinding scope.
Evo-X Marksman Elite
The Evo-X Marksman Elite is a high-end variable speed scope with external adjustment turrets. The premium TenPoint crossbow scope features a variable speed and arrow drop-compensation setting for crossbows that shoot between 300 and 500 FPS.
The scope’s configuration consists of three illuminate (green/red) duplex crosshairs that are calibrate at 20-, 40-, and 60-yards. Two illuminate dots at 30- and 50-yards, and four non-illuminated chevrons at 70-, 80-, 90-, and 100-yards.
It is equip with an etched glass reticle and fully multi-coated 2-8x optics that increase field-of-view and brightness in low-light settings.
External, micro-adjustable target turrets provide easy adjustment to windage and elevation for unmatched long-range accuracy. High-quality flip-up scope caps provide optimal protection for your optics and can be open at the touch of your thumb.
Oracle X Rangefinder
The Oracle X is one of the most advanced rangefinding crossbow scopes that you’ll find on the market today. It features a built-in laser rangefinder that is activate via the wireless remote or the range button on the scope.
The Oracle X automatically range game up to 200 yards away and reflective targets up to 500 yards.
The Oracle X displays the distance to your target and provides an exact aiming point factoring in the angle of your shot.
The aiming point will also change to stay accurate, it does not matter where you are within the 2-7 power zoom range!
Xero X1i Rangefinder
The Xero X1i is an auto-ranging scope with 3.5X magnification that automatically measures the distance to a target. It is currently our favorite crossbow scope with a rangefinder.
The Xero X1i range finder also lets you range game up to 250 yards away and reflective targets up to 500 yards away.
It has precise illuminated aim points that automatically adjust the brightness to conditions. Thus it allow you to see your target, unobstructed by reticle patterns.
The Laser Locate waypoint projection feature works with compatible Garmin devices to show you exactly where the target was locate when the shot or range was taken.
TenPoint installed an S1 two-stage trigger system on the Nitro 505. This trigger assembly features an advanced roller-sear system that delivers a consistent crisp, 3.5-pound pull. Zero creep to report.
The trigger assembly is fit with a nylon-filament arrow retention brush that improves arrow grip. Its alignment to reduce noise and vibration. Integrate string stop system is also include to further reduce noise and vibration.
The trigger assembly has all the safety features you’d come to expect from a modern crossbow. It has anti-dry fire and auto safety.
In terms of performance, the TenPoint Nitro 505 sure is a powerhouse of a crossbow. It uses its 300-pound limbs and 17-inch power stroke to propel arrows at 505 feet per second with a 400-grain arrow, delivering 227 foot-pounds of KE knockdown power. More than enough for the toughest big game.
The first crossbow that broke the 500 fps barrier on our chronograph was the Ravin R500. The Nitro 505 broke that record. This is definitely the fastest crossbow that we ever had the pleasure of shooting with.
Moss Green., Veil Alpine., Oracle X., XERO X1i.