Frequently Asked Questions & Answers on What’s a good scope for a crossbow?:
What’s A Good Scope For A Crossbow?
A good scope for a crossbow would be an illuminated reticle scope with a magnification of 4x-8x.
Will A Red Dot Scope Work On A Crossbow?
Red dot scopes are designed for firearms and will not work on a crossbow. You will need an illuminated reticle scope designed for low light crossbow scope.
What Distance Should I Zero My Crossbow At?
The distance you zero your crossbow at will depend on the specific crossbow you are using and the type of ammunition you are using. Typically, the recommended distance to zero your crossbow is 20 yards.
Do You Need A Special Scope For A Crossbow?
Yes, you need a special scope for a crossbow. Crossbow scopes are designed specifically for crossbows and have illuminated reticles that make it easier to aim the crossbow.
Can You Put A Laser On A Crossbow?
There are no crossbows on the market that come with a laser sight pre-installed. However, it is possible to install a laser sight on a crossbow if you have the correct mounting hardware.
Does Burris Make A Crossbow Scope?
Burris does not currently make a crossbow scope. However, they do have a line of rifle scopes that will work with crossbows.
How Far Can A Crossbow Shoot?
The distance a crossbow can shoot depends on the specific crossbow you are using and the type of ammunition you are using. However, the average effective range of a crossbow is around 200 yards.
What Do The Lines Mean On A Crossbow Scope?
The lines on a crossbow scope are used to adjust the elevation and windage of the crossbow. The lines can be rotated to adjust the scope for different shooting conditions.