Shooters are impressed with the rugged construction and balance of the Kodabow while taking note of the proprietary trigger group that is among the finest in the industry. During cocking, the safety system automatically engages and the crossbow will not shoot in a dry-fire mode. An arrow must deactivate the patented Anti-Dry Fire System. This crossbow is manufactured in the USA with a majority of the components produced right in Pennsylvania where the company is located.
Crossbows are offered in 5 different limb weights from 125 lb to 225 lb with the 185 lb. Koda-Express, the 200 lb. Bravo Zulu and the 225 lb. Big Rhino being popular choices. The crossbows utilize a proprietary “dual limb” recurve design giving the user the freedom to change the crossbow string in the field if required in minutes using a Destringing Aid supplied with every crossbow. Kodabow introduced its new 2011 Cocking Rope which perfectly aligns the bowstring with the trigger group using an adapter which fits into the AR-15 style rear stock. This delivers an extremely smooth frictionless pull when loading the limbs. Kodabow uses a common platform for all crossbows with the different models differentiated by limb weight and optics. Real AR-15 components are used for grips, stock, and rear buffer tube giving the bow a solid and rugged feel. Limbs are available in select Mossy Oak® camo patterns or a Black Night Weave pattern. Bows are equipped with 3 Dot and 3×32 Hawke ® optics in both standard and illuminated options and a range of accessories including bipods, alternate grips, slings, quivers and limb dampeners. Prices range between $819.99 and $899.99.