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    PSE crossfire

    I inherited this crossbow a while ago and just recently got around to shooting it.
    I don't know alot about crossbows but with the bolts it came with it doesn't seem to shoot very hard.
    Is the draw weight on these adjustable like on a compound bow?
    Thanks for any tips.
    Eric

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    does it have limb bolts that can be tightened down like a compound?
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    Thanks for the reply, yes it has limb bolts, and they appear to have been backed out a fair way.

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    then yes.

    it was likely backed off for storage to keep the limbs from relaxing, a good idea when not in use. I always back mine off when not in use.
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    Thanks!

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    yer welcome.

    I crank them down all the way then turn them out an equal distance.
    I like to measure the limb to riser gap as well.
    Best odds of getting the weight even imo.
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