Earlier this year we pointed
out in the News section that Crosman, one of the
best known names in air gun market, was entering
the crossbow market.
Later on the on the Crosman Archery
division was formed and Scott Alread was called
in to manage it. Scott, coming from Bear
Archery, had the right knowledge to bring ideas
to market fast, in fact it did not take long and
first crossbow prototypes started to appear in
various trade shows (ShotShow, IWA) . When we
finally had a chance to field test the new
Crosman Teton we jumped at it.
Crosman Archery introduced
two brand new models this year: the Teton
(reviewed here) and the Bristol.
Both share the same
architecture and accessories, the only
difference being the Teton is rated at 175 LBS
and is fitted with a 4x34 scope while the
Bristol is slightly less powerful at 155 LBS and
is shipped in a package with a Red dot scope.
Talking about package: the Teton is available
only in a package configuration that contains a
wealth of accessories to get you started.
Specifically the colorful package contains:
Set of Allen screws and
Center point 4x32 multi
illuminated reticle scope
Scope rings preassembled on
Scope lens cleaning cloth
Front riser assembly
Crossbow stock section
Set of 3 CarbonExpress
3 field points, 100 grains
Shooting bipod stick
Shooting bipod carry case
Archery course addendum
Crossbow instruction manual