Every crossbow shoots accurate.
Unless the parts important for shooting and aiming change their positions and their stability or their durability. Even the smallest discrepancies make the crossbow become unreliable and as a result shoot inaccurately. Reasons for those discrepancies can be a worn out chord, non-uniform limbs, falsely inserted arrows, a contorted scope mount, and so on.
Even the best crossbow shoots only as accurate, as the marksman allows her to.
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