Wicked Ridge RDX 400 Acudraw Crossbow

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The first Wicked Ridge flagship model, the RDX 400 features a perfectly balanced reverse-draw bow assembly and our Reaper Cam System that together deliver consistent down-range accuracy and lighting speeds up to 400 FPS. Focused on speed-to-price ratio, the RDX 400 includes a complete package with a cocking device and Integrated String Stop System.
  • Optics: TenPoint’s 3x Multi-Line Scope mounted on a machined aluminum 7/8-inch Fixed Dovetail Mount
  • Cocking Device: ACUdraw or Rope-Sled
  • Quiver: Wicked Ridge 3-Arrow Instant Detach Quiver
  • Arrows: Three aluminum arrows with practice points
  • Noise Dampening: Integrated String Stop System (pre-installed)
  • Length: 33.25"
  • Width - Axle-to-Axle (uncocked/cocked): 15" / 9"
  • Power Stroke: 15.5"
  • Weight in lbs. (w/o accessories): 7.1
  • Draw Weight in lbs: 275 LBS.

Customer Reviews

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The worst experience EVER on a brand new RDX 400
I had my local bow shop order this Wicked Ridge RDX 400 crossbow for me as they were not a Wicked Ridge dealer but, were happy to order it for me from their supplier. I was pretty excited when the bow came in. It was close to 900 bucks with the Acu draw and I was happy to get it. So, the 1st problem I was having was I couldn't get it sighted in at 20 yards. It would shoot close but, I couldn't hit the bulls eye and in my opinion I should have been able to hit a quarter at 20 yards with me using a rest. All I could hit is a softball size bulls eye. I tried and tried with no luck and shot it close to 100x or so. Come to find out, they sent the wrong bolts,(arrows it should have had the Alpha knocks not the Omni knocks.So, I went and bought the Alpha knock bolts 6 of them for around $70. I still could not hit the bulls eye and I was using the Acu draw and all of a sudden it made a LOUD BANG and the Acu draw broke. It basically dry fired the bow and messed everything up pretty bad! I called Wicked Ridge and they sent me to a local bow shop that was a Ten point dealer. They were an hour and a half away but, its bow season right now and I want to go hunting, really bad so, I made the trip. Long story but, it was a 3 hour trip there and back for nothing! The dealer they sent me to didn't stock any parts and I would have to pay for shipping and labor to repair my brand new bow. The other option was to ship the bow back to Wicked Ridge and they would repair it at their factory. That is what I did and just now (11-6-19) got a call back saying they had repaired my Acu Draw and because I shot it so much, they charged me close to $150.00 to change the strings! I told them my situation and he took the price down to $92.60 for the string. So, needles to say i'm not a happy camper with my new bow that I still have not been hunting with and today is 11-6-19 I bought the bow on 9-27-19.Archery season came in 10-1-19. How much time and money should someone have to put in on a brand new top of the line crossbow? A lot more then the msrp and I've missed the 1st month of bow season! I would love to get all the money back that I've put into this bow situation! Its well over a grand and still waiting to be able to go to the woods!! Its really hard to say anything nice about this bow other than, it looks pretty cool!
November 6, 2019
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The right choice
This is my first crossbow and I did a lot of research before purchasing the Wicked Ridge RDX 400 and wow I made the right choice, this crossbow is everything I hoped for - light, compact, fast, very well balanced and very accurate. Once sighting it in it is very accurate out to 50 yards, that's as far as I have shot it so far. The only thing that needs upgrading is the scope - I will be upgrading to a scope like the Hawke xb30 to have aiming points out to 100 yards as it is way capable of reaching out there, and I did upgrade to carbon elite arrows witch are
noticeably more accurate than the aluminum arrows.Also don't try and soot groups unless you want to ruin arrows, I have shot into the same holes.A little louder than I expected but I can't imagine any animals jumping the string with this speed, also get a good crossbow target, the arrows from the RDX blew right through my compound bow target. I can't wait for archery season.
November 4, 2019
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Awesome bow
Took out of the box put a few things together which was simple. Shoots awesome everything I expected and more,
September 25, 2019
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Awesome Tack driver
I bought this RDX400 with the ACUdraw
After reading the instruction and a few videos a little assembly i shot it and with just a few clicks with the scope I was Driving TACKS at 20,40,and 60 yards with such tight groups that I ruined 2 of the 3 Bolts came with the bow
Very happy with it no issues at all
Of course with any weapon you need to know what your doing with safety always first on the list
September 20, 2019
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One problem resolved quickly
My boy and I each purchased a new Wicked Ridge RDX 400 - I owned a ten pt crossbow for 9 years, he had a Horton for 5 years. My RDX blew up the string after two weeks and about my 15th shot thru it. Took it back to the store and they gave me a new crossbow, I talked with Randy at Ten Point and he recommended using the new Alpha nock. I couldn't be happier with the attention Ten Point service gave me, the bow is a dream to shoot, accurate, quiet, perfect fit. I have no worries this bow will last me 9 years like the previous one. Not sure of root cause for string failure.
September 13, 2019
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This is my first Wicked Ridge crossbow and I am extremely pleased with it!! It is light and well balanced. It shoots great and is very accurate. Did I say that I am very happy with it and can't wait for deer season to here!
September 10, 2019
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RDX 400 is an AWESOME machine!
This is an awesome crossbow, my second Wicked Ridge crossbow, and I could not be happier with the quality and shoot ability of this crossbow. A whole lot of bang for your buck with this crossbow!
September 8, 2019
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Faulty nocks
Caution, my first experience with this bow was not a pretty one, on the very first shot, my string cut in half and my cable blew off of the cam. After calling ten point, it seems that the nocks that are on the bolts that come with the bow, are the wrong nocks, and because of this, is caused the string to jump the nick and dry firing the bow. Ten point did send me new nocks, however the nocks on the original bolts that came with the bow are super glued in and can’t be replaced, forcing me to have to purchase new bolts. Ten point also had me take my bow to a fairly local archery shop for repairs and they provided the shop with a new string and also a package of nocks, however I had to pay for the labor on the bow, so now on top of the cost of the bow, I have had to pay for labor to repair the bow and purchase new bolts to replace the faulty ones and I haven’t even launched a bolt yet.
Needless to say I’m not a happy camper so far
September 8, 2019
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RDX 400
Finally got a chance to throw some bolts down range . All I can say is wow this thing is fast and very accurate . I suggest you find a target with multiple bullseye's or you will spend a fortune on crossbow bolts from Robin Hooding them . My wicked Ridge RDX 400 is a blast to shoot . Can't wait for deer season to begin.
September 8, 2019
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RDX 400 crossbow
Wicked ridge makes a great crossbow for the money. The inverted limbs puts the weight over the center for better balance. Recommend!
September 8, 2019
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