Concorde

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Parker Concorde Crossbow

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Parker introduces the Concorde crossbow with patented Quick Draw System – the first ever automatic cocking crossbow.

At the heart of the Concorde is Parker’s patented Quick Draw System, which features a CO2 powered internal cocking mechanism. Simply press the button in the butt of the stock to draw the string back into the cocked position.  It also cocks the crossbow in approximately two (2) seconds and is whisper quiet in its operation. The factory installed and tuned Anti-Vibration and Shock (AVS) System comes equipped to reduce noise and vibration for ultimate concealment.

The CO2 is supplied via a standard, refillable 9 ounce CO2 bottle (included unfilled). A full bottle can cock the Concorde approximately 40 times.

The Quick Draw System also allows you to quickly and easily “Un-Cock” the crossbow with the same push of a button. No more discharging the arrow into a bag target or ground to un-cock.

made in the usa

Concorde Crossbow includes:

Specifications

  • Speed (FPS) 300 FPS
  • Draw Weight (LBS) 175 lbs
  • Mass Weight 11.4 LBS
  • Axle-To-Axle 18.875″
  • Overall Length 38″
  • Power Stroke 9.625″

Suggested Retail Price

  • w/ 3X Illum. MR Scope $600.00
  • w/ Pin Point Scope $665.00
  • w/ Multi-Reticle Scope $550.00

Features

  • Push button simplicity
  • Effortless operation
  • Auto-cocking and un-cocking
  • Modern compact design
  • Soft touch finish
  • Dual string suppressors

WARNING! Without proper alignment of bolt and nock, a dry-fire could occur

  • Use ONLY Red Hot or Parker Hunter Arrows in Parker Crossbows.
  • Use Capture® Nocks ONLY
  • Load Arrow Correctly – Proper Nock Alignment and Full Contact with String.
  • Cock Vane should be in a downward vertical position in the track; nock groove should be horizontal with the string.
  • Use 400 grain MINIMUM Arrows
  • Inspect Arrow and Nock for damage BEFORE each shot.
  • Avoid ALL Obstructions when shooting.
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  1. 3 out of 5 Back to the Future

    Brian Moran

    This seems to be an A-1 idea for a crossbow to be self-cocking, for many reasons and users. But…WHY hasn’t change happened in the fps area?!? This product would be on my wish list if it would hit 370fps..

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  2. 5 out of 5 Concorde Bow

    Alan Fenton

    I bought 2 bows that are Parker’s and I have no complaints, only praise. My shoulder went out and I bought my Concorde and it’s the best bow ever. I bought one of the first ones built and the repairs were quick and I really appreciated it because the Rut had started. I intend to buy only Parker’s from now on!

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    • Parker Bows

      Thank you for the 5 star review!

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  3. 5 out of 5 Unbelievable product!!

    John Ludovico

    I have a Parker bow but I wish I had this Concorde. I have been fortunate to have been in situations were I could have used a faster drawing crossbow when shooting whitetails. During the rut this product can be deadly when bucks sometimes do stupid things…like hang around after the 1st shot. lol

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    • Normn A Roberge

      I’m a quad with limited use of my hands and now this Concorde does it all for me. I’ve shot three does with it by myself, with out bugging someone to cock it. i’m not lucky enough to shoot a buck but a doe is fine. They should call this bow – I CAN DO IT MYSELF CROSSBOW.

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