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Seem to be no fix i have same problem I am scared to shoot it now after 3 snapped strings in a row. Horton is belly up and Ten Point will not fix them after they took Horton over. Mine was brand new and only got to shoot it 10 times before the trouble ...boat anchor now i think.
In a crossbow, the limbs of the bow, called a prod, are attached to a
crosspiece in order to allow for mechanical pulling and holding of the string.
This mechanical pulling allows for a much larger draw weight than could be
drawn by hand. A crossbow is mostly recommended for hunting