And, it shoots. Fast. The XRT is a premium model with a package of premium components, at a premium price. The MSRP on the model, complete with the ACUdraw PRO, EVO-X Marksman scope, a STAG hard case, sling, and EVO-X Centerpunch arrows, comes in at $2,549. The scope is worth a closer look. It's excellent, with a quality glass-etched reticle, fully multi-coated lenses, and an impressive 14x magnification. The dovetail bubble level on the side is an often-overlooked accessory that can make a big-time difference in overall accuracy from a crossbow. It's standard on the XRT and can help shooters achieve the bow's touted 1.0 MOA accuracy. The bow is delivering plenty of punch as well, with an advertised 191 foot-pounds of KE. In 2018, TenPoint took top honors in our crossbow test with its Stealth NXT model. That bow, however, is a conventional forward-limb design making it difficult to compare to this year's Nitro XRT.