Barnett Crossbows Recalled — Injury Hazard
Barnett Outdoors LLC, an American crossbow manufacturing company, has recalled approximately 3,300 of its crossbows due to an injury hazard.
About the Barnett Crossbows and Parts Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the crossbows’ sensors can malfunction, which involves a problem with sensing whether an arrow is properly loaded, thus posing a potential injury hazard to both the user and the bystander.
CPSC recommends that consumers immediately stop using the recalled crossbows and contact Barnett for a free replacement trigger with a nock sensor.
Three cases of malfunction due to the crossbow unexpectedly firing and at least one related injury, namely a hand laceration, have so far been reported.
Description of Recalled Crossbows
The following information was provided by the CPSC:
- This recall involves six different models of Barnett crossbows: Barnett Ghost 415 Monochrome (78044), Barnett Ghost 415 Mossy Oak (78059), Browning OneSixTwo (80004), Browning OneSixOne (80005), Barnett Razr Ice (78212), and Barnett Razr (78210).
- Each Barnett crossbow can be identified by its model number printed on the limbs of the riser and dome label on the bow.
- The Barnett Ghost 415 Monochrome and the Barnett Ghost 415 Mossy Oak crossbows have their model names printed on each side and twice on their front. The Browning OneSixTwo and OneSixOne have their names printed on the front of the crossbow. The Barnett Razr Ice is blue and has “RazrIce” printed on both sides and on the front, while the Barnett Razr is silver and has the its name “Razr” printed on its front.
- These six crossbows were sold at Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and other retailers and dealers nationwide from April 2016 through November 2016 for between $800 and $1600.