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AccessoriesRSD Crank

$189.99
(3 customer reviews)

Mission®  Crossbows leads the industry with the first-ever silent mechanical cocking device for crossbows. The patent-pending RSD™ fits all Mission®  Crossbows and can be installed or removed in a matter of a few seconds. In addition to being completely silent, the RSD™ improves accuracy through the use of a floating rope-pull that ensures equal tension is applied to each side of the bowstring during the draw. Made in the USA.

Details

The RSD System™ is outfitted with a removable, ambidextrous reel that when engaged will reduce the operator’s effort by twenty-five times. The RSD System™ makes it possible for virtually anyone to draw a crossbow in complete silence. Whisper quiet, flexible, and easy for anyone to operate, the RSD™ offers new levels of convenience and accuracy for your crossbow.

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Features

  • Removes within seconds
  • Completely silent
  • Fits any Mission Crossbow

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars

3 reviews

  1. fberg

    RSD Crank

    fberg

    Excellent product. I like the rope cocking but wanted a mechanical crank which applied equal pressure to both sides of the rail and I believe this achieves that purpose. I own the Sub-1 Lite and will be using this for tournament shooting. The RSD is extremely easy to cock….smoothest cocking I have seen on a crossbow but I think that is also due to the poundage on the limbs and the cam design of the Sub-1 Lite. The only thing I would call a negative would be the lever for the strings/cord release/rewind….I think it could have been designed just a bit better?…but what do I know as I am just the shooter. It is a bit heavy but that can be beneficial for stability in the shot cycle. It does appear to be well manufactured. Overall a win for Mission.

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  2. stoveman4

    stoveman4 (verified owner)

    Have been using this on two subs for over two yrs now and have not ever had an issue..just make sure handle is locked on before loading …soo easy my 14yr old has no problems

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  3. bhobbick

    Handle pin sheared off mid-cocking

    bhobbick

    I was hunting this past weekend, cranking back and the pin holding the handle sheared off and handle came off mid-draw. I had to find a screw to temporarily wind backwards one turn at a time. I didn’t bring the manual cocking rope so I couldn’t use my crossbow. Not sure what to do but buy another handle for $30. Consider buying a second handle to keep with you if you buy the cocking aid. I’ve heard of other having this problem. I would think this would have been tested. Cheap materials being used???? Disappointing coming from Matthews.

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    • Customer Service

      Customer Service

      Hi, thank you for your feedback! We’re sorry to hear about the issues you experienced with your RSD Crank. We take great pride in the quality and craftsmanship of our products at Mission and understand the need to have complete confidence in your gear. If you are still experiencing issues, please call or email us and we will get back to you promptly. Our network of Authorized Retailers are also a great source for immediate service if needed.

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    • bhobbick

      I did that, and I was only told I would need to buy a new one. For the money of the crossbow, told me I could have made my other choice where their support is superior to this. I paid for a new crank, when I should not have had to do that.

      I’m moving away from mine when I can find a buyer, and moving to Ravin where at least that have a larger dealer network

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