TenPoint Titan M1 Crossbow Package Review 2020

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The TenPoint Titan M1 Crossbow is a lightweight, compact version of TenPoint’s previous Titan models. It is lighter, smaller, and shoots with more speed and power than its predecessors.

This TenPoint Titan M1 Crossbow package review includes accessories that come as part of the kit. These add-ons include a scope, quiver, arrows, and the ACUdraw self-retracting rope cocking system

TenPoint Titan M1 Package

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  • Crossbow Package
  • Up to 370 FPS
  • Made in USA
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The Titan M1 is at the mid-to-high end of the crossbow market. However, it does offer excellent value for people who will use its robust list of features and appreciate its performance.

First Impression

The first thing you notice when taking the Titan M1 crossbow out of the box is its compact design. It is sleek, small, and lightweight. It feels very comfortable thanks to the ergonomic stock and foregrip.

The compact size and handling also make the M1 ideal for hunting in a blind, a stand, or when you need to adjust your aim while in close quarters.

The package comes with an ACUdraw system (you can save a bit of money by getting a regular sled draw instead).

The ACU is easier to draw, but I noticed that it was a bit noisy. You can cock it beforehand and leave the arrow out for safety until you are ready to shoot.

Shooting is, likewise, a bit noisy. However, the crossbow’s power means that the game won’t have time to react to the firing sound before you hit your target.

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Pros & Cons

Pros:

  • The package includes all necessary accessories
  • The crossbow shoots with more speed and accuracy than previous models.
  • Easy to carry and aim
  • Offers best-in-class accuracy

Cons:

  • The Titan M1 is at the high end of the market in terms of price.
  • Some hunters say that the crossbow makes a lot of noise when firing

TenPoint Titan M1 Crossbow Specifications

  • Arrow speed of between 340 and 370 FPS
  • TenPoint’s 3X Pro-View 3 scope allows for aim points between 20 and 60 yards, at 10-yard intervals
  • VX-5 inverted cams for a longer power stroke
  • package includes three Pro Elite 400 20-inch carbon crossbow arrow
  • The package also includes a three-arrow quiver
  • The crossbow is 9″ wide and 32.5″ long.
  • It weighs 6.4 lbs
  • The stock is a long glass fiber polypropylene composite

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TenPoint Titan M1

A Compact and Powerful Crossbow for Big Game

The Titan M1 is a compact bow. It is 32″ long and 14″ wide, with a width of 9″ when fully cocked. It’s on the lighter side at 6.4 lbs without the scope and other accessories.

Despite its smaller size, the Titan M1 packs a big punch, which makes it ideal for big game hunting.

The arrow velocity is 340-370 FPS depending on the type of arrow that you use.

The fiberglass stock and ergonomic foregrip make this a comfortable crossbow to shoot.

It is also relatively lightweight, so you won’t mind carrying it in the field.

This crossbow is at the high end of the price range for this market. You certainly get the features and the performance to justify the price.

However, those who aren’t going to use their crossbow for hunting deer or other large game may find that this option is not worth the investment.

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How does the Titan M1 pack all that punch into such a small package?

The design of the M1 includes reversed cams. Rather than releasing the string from the back, it releases from the front of the cam, which gives it a longer stroke.

In this review, we are not talking about the Titan M1 with TenPoint’s rope sled front draw system. Our crossbow has the ACUdraw system, which cuts the crank weight to a mere five lbs.

The result is a speed of 360 FPS with a Pro Elite 400 Carbon Arrow (400-grains), 370 FPS with a Pro Light Carbon Arrow (370-grains), and 340 FPS with an EVO-X CenterPunch Carbon Arrow (445-grains).

The ACUdraw system cuts the crank weight to a mere five lbs.

The one drawback with the ACUdraw system is that it does make a noise, so you may want to crank it before getting within range of the game.

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Summary

Yes, the Titan M1 is an investment, but it offers excellent value for crossbow hunters.

TenPoint is a respected brand in the high-end crossbow market, and M1 is one of its best-performing models.

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The package comes with a scope, arrows, and quiver. I highly recommend the ACUdraw option, which makes the package even better!

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James Henderson
James Henderson
Hi, My name is James, and I am a writer and a regular contributor to BowAddicted.com. I love the outdoors and my crossbows.

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