Academy Recalls Crossbow Rope- 3 Injuries Reported
According to a report by the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission, Academy Sports + Outdoors has recalled Game Winner Crossbow Cocking Ropes due to a laceration hazard.
Three Laceration Hazards Reported
- About 6,300 crossbow cocking ropes were recalled from Academy Sports + Outdoors.
- The purpose of the cocking rope is to help consumers get a better grip on the crossbow string.
- The units are being recalled because the hooks connected to the cocking rope of the crossbow string can easily snap and cause it to recoil.
- This poses a dangerous laceration hazard to anyone using it.
- Four reports have been filed regarding the product breaking, three of which resulted in injuries.
Details on the Crossbow Rope Recall
- The recalled product is about 50-inches long, is made of black nylon rope, and features two black plastic hooks and two t-handles.
- The product’s model and UPC number can be found on this website or on the instruction card that is packaged along with the product.
- The product was manufactured in China and sold in Academy stores nationwide between June 2012 and October 2012 for roughly $10.
- Consumers are strongly encouraged to stop use of the recalled items and return them to Academy for a full refund. For more information, visit the cpsc.gov.
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