Don’t drive yourself crazy attempting to sort out the right hunting crossbow for yourself. If you are average build, go for a Koda-Express or Bravo Zulu. East of the Mississippi – Koda-Express for the whitetail woods …..but out West, maybe the Bravo Zulu. If you are large framed and strong and don’t plan to shoot many arrows in a session, look at the Big Rhino. If you are stout but smaller framed and appreciate a reduced size bow for maneuverability, look at the Zulu Scout.
Bear hunters appreciate Kodabow reliability. Hunting hundreds of miles from an archery shop and a nicked bowstring can result in a panic attack change your string in the field in 5 minutes on a Kodabow. This is my first bear killed with a Kodabow Bravo Zulu – Gold Tip Arrows and a G5 broadhead.Patrick Elswick from – West Virginia & KB Outdoors
My guide down there said “where da hell did you get dat thing” meaning the Kodabow! lol He watched me stalk it, and kill it, he was shocked at the speed of the arrow, and thought I would miss due to such a far (45 yard) shot! He was impressed, as am I. This is a 220 pound Russian boar. It went only 15 yards.Nick from New Jersey
Accuracy has a new definition – KODABOW!! This bow is everything Kodabow told me it would be and more! I shot a doe and 8-pointer 2 days apart, and neither one made it past 40 yards. Devastating accuracy, power, and quiet! Thanks Kodabow!Rick Bylo from Michigan