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TenPoint Stealth XLT™ Wins Inside Archery’s 2011 Best Buy Gold Award

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TenPoint Stealth XLT – Mogadore, OH. TenPoint Crossbow Technologies®, an industry leader in crossbow technology and performance, is excited to announce that the Stealth XLT has won the Inside Archery Best Buy Gold Award. This marks the fourth consecutive year that a TenPoint crossbow has been awarded the Gold Award.

The Stealth XLT features a 185-pound version of TenPoint’s ultra maneuverable XLT™ bow assembly that shoots a 420 grain arrow at 320 FPS and generates 95.5 foot pounds of kinetic energy. This crossbow also features an anodized bronze, machined aluminum barrel fitted with TenPoint’s patented GripSafety™. The Stealth XLT comes standard with TenPoint’s variable speed crossbow scope, the RangeMaster Pro™. With weight reduction modifications to the barrel, riser and trigger box, the Stealth XLT weighs in at a comfortable 7 lbs. 6 oz.

Like all TenPoint models, the Stealth XLT also features TenPoint’s patented DFI™ (dry-fire inhibitor) and highly regarded 3-1/2 pound patented PowerTouch™ trigger.

Purchased with either the ACUdraw™ or ACUdraw 50™, TenPoint’s patented automated cocking units, the Stealth XLT stock is handsomely double-dip fluid imaged in Realtree APG®.

Together, the bow and new FST VI™ stock assembly make a perfectly balanced, premium performance crossbow with pinpoint accuracy and bone-crushing power.

Inside Archery created the prestigious Best Buy Awards Program to do two things: first – to single out and recognize products that have proven to be exceptional, and second – to help retailers clearly identify specific products which will help boost sales and profits, as well as customer satisfaction. Every summer Inside Archery surveys a wide range of archery retailers and gathers information on which products have sold best throughout the year. The top vote getters are honored with the Gold Award.

For more information, visit www.tenpointcrossbows.com.

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