Best Arrow Precision Crossbow Reviews

Welcome to the best Arrow Precision crossbow reviews. Below is a side-by-side comparison of the finest Arrow Precision x-bows. These include the Inferno Fury, the Inferno WildFire II, the Inferno Hellfire II and the Blitz II. Arrow Precision is known mostly for entry-level archery weapons. They offer both compound and recurve models as well. See our reviews for detailed explanations of each model.

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Best Arrow Precision Crossbows:

Inferno Fury

Arrow Precision Inferno Fury
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Inferno Wildfire II

Arrow Precision Inferno Wildfire II
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Blitz II

Arrow Precision Blitz II
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Inferno Hellfire II

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Draw Weight175 lbs.225 lbs.150 lbs.185 lbs.
Velocity235 FPS345 FPS285 FPS310 FPS
Suggested Arrow Length16" Aluminum, 20" Carbon20"16"20"
Crossbow Length31"39.5"35"36.5"
Crossbow Weight4.84 lbs.7 lbs.6.25 lbs.7.5 lbs.

Ballistic Data For Our Top Arrow Precision Crossbows:

What Do Arrow Precision Crossbows Have in Common?

Once you take a look at our Arrow Precision crossbow reviews, you’ll notice a few commonalities among most of them:

  • Suggested arrow length is different depending on the model you get. Other crossbow manufacturers usually have the same arrow length for most of their x-bows.
  • They are pretty light-weight. The Inferno Fury for example weighs less than 5 lbs., while the Blitz II is at 6.25 lbs. The heaviest Arrow Precision crossbow I know of is the Inferno Hellfire II, which is 7.5 lbs. heavy.
  • There’s quite a large difference in FPS offered. Can be as low as 235 and as high as 345 feet per second. Something for everyone.
  • The power stroke difference significantly from model to model as well. As low as 10.5″ and as high as 16.5″.

This diversity in offered models makes it quite easy for everyone to find a suitable crossbow from the Arrow Precision line.

Arrow Precision Parts And Accessories

As with every crossbow manufacturer, Arrow Precision offers some parts and accessories you can buy to enhance the performance of your weapon. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular ones:

Arrow Precision Crossbow Bolts / Arrows

Arrow Precision offers a few different types of crossbow bolts. They are all sold in packs of six. They are available in two sizes: 16″ and 20″. Both aluminum and carbon. Their most popular arrows are the Arrow Precision carbon bolts, which come with 150 grain target points.

Best AP Crossbow Case

As far as I know, Arrow Precision has only one kind of crossbow case for sale, which I haven’t used so I can’t review it.  It comes with a shoulder strap, a comfortable carrying handle, and internal straps you can use to secure your crossbow in place before you take it hunting.

Best Arrow Precision Crossbow Scopes

The most popular scope from Arrow Precision is the 4 X 32 Multi Range Illuminated Crossbow Scope. It’s a decent scope that is often included with the company’s crossbows (read our reviews to see what type of scope you’ll be getting). It comes with four reticles which can be illuminated using both a red or green light when light-conditions are poor outside. Different brightness settings can be adjusted for varied illumination intensity. Optics gather light rather well, though  the field of view is not particularly great (too much “fogginess” around the edges). A solid, medium-priced crossbow scope. Nothing special, but nothing to cry about either.

Arrow Precision Cocking Aids

As far as I know, the company doesn’t offer any rope or crank cocking aids for their crossbows. If you do find any, please e-mail us so we can include the appropriate information here.

Arrow Precision Warranty

Your recurve or compound crossbow from Arrow Precision will include a 1-year warranty. Remember this warranty will be voided if you dry-fire the x-bow or attempt to modify the design of the weapon.

How Accurate Are Arrow Precision Crossbows?

They are quite accurate, although this will vary wildly depending on the exact crossbow model you get. Please read our Arrow Precision crossbow reviews above for more specific information. In most cases though, they are accurate enough for even a rank beginner to consistently hit a bulls-eye from 20-30 yards, even if they’ve never shot a crossbow before.

Can You Hunt With an Arrow Precision Crossbow?

This will depend on the FPS of your crossbow. The Inferno Fury is probably a little too weak to hunt with, but the other models are well capable of taking medium to large sized game. Given that the best Arrow Precision crossbows are also very light-weight, it’s very easy to maneuver them in the field.

Best Arrow Precision Crossbow Reviews – Summary

We’ll be updating this guide with more information about Arrow Precision crossbow reviews and AP parts/accessories whenever we get the chance to try something new out. Hopefully you find the information here useful. If you need any extra help with Arrow Precision equipment, let us know and we’ll help out as best we can.


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  1. I was wondering if u have tried out the blaze 2 crossbow yet I am just getting in to crossbows and love your site. I am really likening the arrow precision crossbows. I will be useing it for hunting only and I was thinking about the wildfire 2 because of it being a recurve with less maintaince
    Thanks for your help

    1. Hi Chris,

      I’m actually writing a review of the Blaze 2 right now, should take me 1 or 2 more days to finish. Will e-mail you once it’s up, if you’d like.

  2. I have not been able to get a hold of anyone at arrow precision. I have left my email and my phone number. I Evan emailed Bill Lako no responce. I have a wildfire 2 left limb broke after about 40 shots.

  3. I have not been able to get a hold of anyone at arrow precision. I have left my email and my phone number. I Even emailed Bill Lako no responce. I have a wildfire 2 left limb broke after about 40 shots.

    1. I see I’m not the only one trying to get a hold of them, but not for broken limbs. I think we’re on our own with these crossbows. The company webpage is useless, and hasn’t been updated since 2016. My emails went unanswered, I think they may have folded, or they just don’t s*#$ about their customers.

  4. I am trying to find some limbs for the wildfire. Do you know where I can get them ? Are any of the excaliber crossbow limbs that fit the wildfire ?

  5. I bought a infernal flame three years ago the limbs are cracking can’t find a number anywhere to order new ones I heard they’re out of business any suggestions

  6. I need the rubber suppression bumpers on the string suppression system. Please contact me at this address. Thank You.

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