- Reverse Draw Technology creates remarkably narrow profile
- Adjustable cheek piece and buttstock
- Self-locking limb pockets and cap system prevents limb twist
Introducing the Storm RDX. An adrenaline-fueled machine built for the hunter who refuses to be fenced in by convention. Powered by Horton’s radical new RDX Technology, the Storm measures an incredible 10" axle-to-axle when cocked, and delivers its 400-grain carbon arrow at a blazing 370 FPS with 122 foot pounds of kinetic energy. The Storm features Horton's RDX (Reverse Draw Technology) bow assembly to set an unprecedented standard in crossbow maneuverability with its remarkably narrow profile. A machined, lightweight aluminum riser is outfitted with a self-locking limb pocket and cap system that prevents limb twist and provides added cushioning that reduces limb stress. The pockets are then fitted with 13-inch tactical black 165-pound limbs, powered by a custom RDX Cam System and DynaFLIGHT 97 string and cables. The machined aluminum RDX cams feature 440 stainless steel bearings to increase performance and improve stability. The ABX Stock cheek piece and butt plate for perfect eye-level alignment and length of pull. Just remove the screws and slide into any of the 7 cheek piece or 3 butt plate positions.
- TenPoint 3x Pro-View Scope
- Your choice of either the patented ACUdraw cocking mechanism or Dedd Sled 50
- Horton 3-Arrow Quiver
- 3 Carbon Arrows
The patented ACUdraw is the most user-friendly and practical solution available on the market today for cocking a crossbow effortlessly and accurately. Fully integrated into the stock, with no dangling parts, it requires only the strength of the average person’s index finger to operate. The ACUdraw allows hunters of all ages and physical abilities to enjoy the great experience of bowhunting.
The Dedd Sled 50 is a rope cocking device that reduces the force needed to cock a crossbow by up to 50 percent but is not integrated into the crossbow.