Images

TenPoint Crossbow ACUrope Cocking Mechanism

Item No. 78824400819
$59.99
Free Shipping

Add to cart options

Product Actions

Additional Information

Product Description

78824400819

The ACUrope is the revolutionary portable retractable rope-cocker. The ACUrope reduces the effort to cock your crossbow by 50% like traditional rope-cockers on the market but that is where the comparison ends. When the shooter is finished cocking the bow the ACUrope's draw cord completely retracts inside one of the two grips. Then the grips dovetail neatly together to form a compact unit that the hunter can conveniently slip inside a belt-mounted holster or pouch. The unit's slender draw cords pound-for-pound 15-times stronger than steel are made of heat and abrasion resistant SPECTRA® fiber. A pair of heavy-duty constant-force springs packed neatly inside the retracting grip power the spool which is mounted on a durable steel axle and frame. The grips are made from DuPont™ Zytel® Super Tough Nylon.

Customer Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
12 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
9
3
0
0
0
Perfect
I really like the fact its retractable and it works great, small and easy to store and carry with me and there when I need it.
February 24, 2019
Originally posted at
Makes Pulling Back Your Bow Way Easier
Very simple to use and reduces the pull back weight by a lot. This is well worth the money when compared to the basic rope pull back strings from the box stores. My only criticism is that there is no good place to store them while in the tree because of how bulky they are when in the case. I like to keep them in a place that is easy access for a second shot IF needed, but they're too bulky to put in a jacket pocket. I had to modify mine with a clip so that i could hang it from my shooting rail. The case does use a magnet flap that makes little to no noise to open and close. All and all it is worth the money so buy it
February 18, 2019
Originally posted at
Great tool
This cocking device is one of the best for the money!
August 28, 2018
Originally posted at
Great "Back-Up" cocking device
Carry my ACUrope w/Case every time I am hunting or at the range. Don't want to be caught unprepared if I have a problem with my regular cocking device. Also, I have loaned the ACUrope to friends in need.
August 27, 2018
Originally posted at
really works
This devise works great. It makes cocking my crossbow very easy. A must have for every crossbow owner.
August 21, 2018
Originally posted at
Simple way to cock the xbow
This makes cocking the crossbow so much easier. I have some back problems, but can still easily and quickly draw my Tenpoint crossbow. The magnetic case is also a nice touch.
August 20, 2018
Originally posted at
Great cocking rope
Love how it retracts to preven the rope from getting tangled up. Magnet case is nice because it’s quiet.
August 19, 2018
Originally posted at
Must Have Accessory
I bought a Ten Point crossbow with a crank. It works great for cocking my crossbow before heading to my stand on those cold mornings when my arthritis is acting up (So far it has been a rare occurrence. However, the crank is too slow and too noisy to use in the field. So, I bought the ACUrope.

Cocking the crossbow with the ACUrope is easier than I thought. I can cock my crossbow a dozen times during practice without tiring. It is quiet and quick enough to use in the field. It’s light and does not take much space in my pack. I have used it hundreds of times and it does not show any wear or tear.

I like the crank as a backup device. But as long as my arthritis does not get worse, the ACUrope is my go to cocking device.
August 18, 2018
Originally posted at
Must have for any crossbow owner!
Crazy compact and easy to use!
Makes it very easy cock the crossbow without breaking a sweet!
Comes with a great carrying pouch too!
August 16, 2018
Originally posted at
Great little package
I have always had issues with where to put my rope cocker or I leave it in the truck etc... this is a great little package that stores neatly in a pouch and I leave in my pack at all times.
August 16, 2018
Originally posted at