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#1 gotsch



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Posted 08 April 2011 - 07:31 AM

I'm thinking about getting into the whole Bow hunting scenario and need some advice, I know nothing about this but one of the guys I work with is willing to sell me a bow that is in Very good condition for $150 (bow, release, practice arrows, case, and misc tools). Does anyone know anything about this (make and model) compound bow and whether or not it's a good buy for the price. Also, is there a general way to tell if the bow is a good fit for me? The only thing that it may need is a new string, other then that it's in imaculate condition.

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