We just recently became a dealer for Hickory Creek and are actually in the process of developing a "Customized" VAC (vertical assault crossbow) model, which is simply a tweaked version of their current model. I will personally vouch for them. I was anti-crossbow for many years but the design of this thing is ingenious and it fits the needs of nearly everyone that would be in the crossbow market. On the model we are working on with 125lb limbs, we have already achieved faster speeds than the advertised 365fps using a standard arrow. The benefit to that being..... no specialty target needed, use a standard arrow and far higher kenetic energy than a standard carbon bolt out of a faster crossbow. After tuning we are getting 2" groups at 100yds, however we plan to push it out to 200yds to see how well it performs there. Once our customizations have been completed we will write a review, post specs & pics here on AT. In the mean time, the factory model is more than enough for even an expert marksman.
I currently have the Draw-Loc DL-24 bow
Good morning Jerry,
Thanks so much for helping me out with the Draw-loc!
I currently have the Draw-Loc DL-24 bow and have taken several deer and turkeys with it. I am upgrading to a newer Draw-Loc and the newer Draw-Loc In-line Draw-Loc system. Your bows have allowed me to get back into the beautiful West Virginia woods and enjoy my passion for hunting again. I was injured during my last tour in Iraq in 2004 and thought bow hunting was lost forever. Thank God I saw one of your shows with the Draw-Loc Bow and I knew I still had hope. I highly recommend your bows to everyone! Especially to disabled Veterans. I can't wait to get my new Draw-Loc and make some more great memories!!!!!!!!!!!
your WV friend,