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Old 07-03-2009, 09:06 AM
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LH 2008 Bowtech 82nd Airborne
"Crackerized" currently with black 50 pound limbs on it and I have the original 70 lbs. HD green limbs well. Shot less than 200 times with these strings....just looking for something else to trick out and play with.



Bow is in great shape and will come with the following:

28, 28.5, and 29" draw mods
Original box, birth certificate, and Owners Manual
Flo GRN/ Blk slingbraid
Crackers strings with G5 peep and loop (installed)
P.O.S String Suppressor dipped in HD green camo.
Trophy Ridge Drop Zone rest.



Bow has been tuned and set-up by Mike Carter of Carter's Archery great shooter.
Shoots a 350 grain arrow at 288 FPS at 49.7lbs and 28.5" draw......

Cash price $650 TYD.
Stablizer, sight, and quiver not included in price.


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Old 07-11-2009, 05:44 AM
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Still for sale....
Bow now has the 70 pound limbs installed.
I got it set at 60 pounds; shot 300 grain Victory arrows outta it at 28.5" draw going thru my Pro Chrony @ 329 FPS.
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Hi, free bump for you.. and a question.

When you had the 50# max limbs on this bow, how did it effect the draw cycle on it? I've got an 82nd with the 70# limbs on it right that that I'm thinking of putting the lower poundage limbs on. I'm hoping it'll soften up the draw cycle a bit as the 82nd's draw cycle is a bit harsh to me with the 70# limbs (they are set at 63# right now). I shot a few spot rounds and some field with my 82nd but at the poundage I was pulling it just wore me out. LOL! Love the bow, so I hate to get rid of it.. Just looking for alternatives to get it where I can shoot 80-140 arrows with it and not feel like I've been lifting weights all day.

Any input would be greatly appreciated. Good luck selling this bow.
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Old 07-23-2009, 07:10 PM
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Hi, free bump for you.. and a question.

When you had the 50# max limbs on this bow, how did it effect the draw cycle on it? I've got an 82nd with the 70# limbs on it right that that I'm thinking of putting the lower poundage limbs on. I'm hoping it'll soften up the draw cycle a bit as the 82nd's draw cycle is a bit harsh to me with the 70# limbs (they are set at 63# right now). I shot a few spot rounds and some field with my 82nd but at the poundage I was pulling it just wore me out. LOL! Love the bow, so I hate to get rid of it.. Just looking for alternatives to get it where I can shoot 80-140 arrows with it and not feel like I've been lifting weights all day.

Any input would be greatly appreciated. Good luck selling this bow.
The draw on the bow was as smooth as butter with the 50 pounders on it....I can not believe how much of a difference it made. I was still shooting 300 grain arrows at 296-299 FPS but WOW, talk about smooth pulling all day long. I was gonna use it for indoors spot shooting but, have got the itch to try something else out.

FYI, I did sell it already too, thanks for the reminder to close this....
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