NEW MISSION / MATHEWS MXB DAGGER CROSSBOW MISSION ARCHERY WITH HAWKE SCOPE
All Black Mission by Mathews Dagger MXB New with Tags
Adjustable buttstock – remove four screws (hex/Allen head, wrench not included) to adjust. Three lengths available, 3/4″ increments.
Automatic safety – the safety automatically engages when you cock the bow.
Anti-dry fire – I love this feature. The bow won’t fire unless there’s an arrow on the string.
Spring-steel arrow keeper includes a rubber dampener to keep it quiet.
QD sling studs are included and installed.
Package includes Hawke crossbow scope
The quiver is parallel with the stock, which will help keep the arrows out of harm’s way.
Cocking rope is included
Slim-profile butt of stock can be used as a handle or to hang the crossbow.
Includes RS (Riser Step) Tread, which replaces the cocking stirrup without adding length.
Adjustable draw weight – and you can loosen the adjustment bolts all the way if you need to work on the string or cables. No bow press required!
Stock hand guard helps keep your fingers away from the string and cables when firing.
Crossbow made in USA (Hawke scope made in China).
Comes with a free soft case with two exterior pockets for accessories.
Lifetime warranty (requires registering online).
Even with the MXB Dagger’s stock at its longest, its overall length is just 31 inches, a full five inches shorter than the Wildcat. The Dagger wins in weight as well; at 6.56 pounds it’s lighter by almost 1.25 pounds. The biggest win, though, is in the width. Where the Wildcat needs more than two feet of space for the limbs when it’s cocked, my MXB only needs a foot and a half. That’s going to be great going through the woods or maneuvering in a tree stand.
The MXB Dagger tops out at an impressive 220 pounds of draw weiht, and is adjustable down to 125 pounds. It has a 10″ power stroke and produced about 320 fps (feet per second) with the included 22″ Mission arrows and 100-grain field points, which makes for about 412 grains total arrow weight. This produces roughly 94 foot-pounds of energy, and I’ve sure done the job on whitetail deer with less.