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New Excalibur Matrix Mega 405 in Mossy Oak® Treestand®

The Perfect Combination of Reliability, Speed & Power


KITCHENER, ONTARIO - The new Excalibur Matrix Mega 405 is a hard-hitting powerhouse that’s built for today’s most serious hunter. The Mega 405’s blistering speeds and bone crushing power makes it a highly-capable crossbow for taming the world’s biggest and deadliest game one arrow at a time.

The compact Matrix Mega 405 weighs in at 6.2 pounds and features a 290-pound draw weight, 13.8-inch power stroke, and arrow speeds exceeding 405 fps. And yet it can be comfortably hand-cocked with Excalibur’s efficient T-Handle Crossbow Cocking Rope.

Like the Matrix 380, introduced a year ago, the Matrix Mega 405 features Excalibur’s Compact Recurve Technology. Along with its compact Ergo Grip stock, this crossbow provides stable, in-close, well-balanced control for precision shooting. Further, its shorter, more powerful limbs are 60-percent stronger than Excalibur’s previous standard-setting most-durable limbs. The 405 also features Excalibur’s Quad-Loc riser that contains each limb on four sides for maximum accuracy and consistency.

  • Fewer moving parts – Less to go wrong
  • Bullet proof reliability 
  • Fast, accurate 
  • No tuning or timing issues
  • Ability to change your string in the field within seconds
  • Ability to de-cock without shooting an arrow

The Matrix Mega 405 Crossbow is offered in Mossy Oak Treestand. For more information, log on to

Excalibur Crossbow Canada Inc. is an officially licensed partner of Haas Outdoors Inc.


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