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Darton Stinger I/T Compound Crossbow ?!
Darton built this vintage collector’s item for just 2 years in ’90-’91. It is an unusual design that is shot using a pistol grip and held canted at a 45º angle. The design is very compact; axle to axle length is just XX”. It sports steel buss cables and a new Fastflite string. Multiple mounting holes for the pistol grip allows easy draw length adjustment. Originally came with an old-style Cobra plate sight and NAP Centerest flipper rest. These have been upgraded to a 3-pin fiber optic-sight and a Bo-Doodle 3-fin capture rest to keep the arrow in place when not at draw. (A LH Centerest is included as well.) Arm brace sports a new 2” velcro adjustable nylon strap. Included are 6 carbon composite arrows with 2” vanes and 100 gr points, correctly spined for the bow, a funky old double-claw wrist-strap release, and a padded nylon oxford camo carry case. Comes with 3 padded bags to fit the 3 main assemblies into which the bow breaks down for storage or transport. It is about as fast and as loud as you might expect from a bow from 1991. Sorry, I don’t own a chrono to give you an exact speed. I can vouch for it not being as quiet as a modern bow, though. It is, however, a hoot to shoot and a real conversation starter on the range or your mancave wall. Includes copy of original instructions. Norb Mullaney was a fan of this bow in the Bow Reports article in which the bow was featured. Currently set up for LH but easily converts to RH by reversing the Boodle rest and sight bracket. Own and shoot an interesting piece of archery history.