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Horton Legacy 225





Horton Legacy 175





Horton Scout 125


Horton Mfg. has unveiled the 2007 lineup. One of the most exciting news is the new Legacy .

Legacy is a new recurve crossbow, inspired by the original design of 1959, that comes declined in tree variants 225, 200 and 175. Legacy 225 and 200 share the exact same design with the 200 being 1 inch shorter in both maximum length and power stroke and, of course bow poundage. As you can imagine the numbering in the name is bow poundage.


The Legacy 175 , although being similar is built on a different platform, as it uses the stock of the Legend family. Horton with the Legend family introduces the SoundStopper™; these devices, made from Horton’s SoundStopper material are mounted on metal “prongs” connecting to the riser effectively help stopping the string from over-travel, reduce noise and virtually eliminates residual vibration after the shot. The String Stumpers are also standard feature on Horton’s flagship compound model: Hunter HD 175.


Common features of the Legend Family are:


  • DP2™ CamoTuff™ laminated Lifetime guaranteed limbs
  • Talon™ ULTRA-LIGHT trigger
  • Machined riser
  • Machined MicroFlight™ barrel
  • Triple Twist string
  • PerfectFit™ Adjustable stock  (the Legacy 175 features adjustable stock length with optional stock modules)  
  • Machined aluminum stirrup
  • SoundStopper™ String Stumpers
  • Dial-A-Range® trajectory compensator
  • Realtree HD camo
  • Precision metal sight bridge with ambidextrous safety



Horton also introduced the Scout HD 125 compound crossbow. The Scout HD 125 is an entry level crossbow; Rated at a comfortable 125 lbs is the perfect choice for youngsters or beginners.

The Scout comes in a Package configuration only that includes:


•Scout HD 125 Bow

•25mm Red Dot Sight

•Hunter® Elite Lite 3-Arrow Quiver

•3 Practice Arrows

•3 Practice Points


For more information or to find the nearest dealer see Horton’s web site at:      



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