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For Sale LH Bowtech "Custom" build...Tribute/ 82nd..SOLD...

Old 01-27-2010, 08:50 PM
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Default For Sale LH Bowtech "Custom" build...Tribute/ 82nd..SOLD...

Selling my LH Bowtech "Beast"....really, really hate to but, I am retiring from the Army and need to start lightening my archery room up a bit and get ready to be jobless for a lil stint till I get setup there in Misouri.
This bow is VERY rare, only a few select "Bowtechies" own em.....it's a Tribute riser with 82nd airborne cams custom made by Mike Carter if you have not heard of them.
MAX4 camo 31" ATA like the Tribute but, with over 7 1/2 inches of brace and shoots around 350 IBO. Mine shot 326 FPS with peep and loop and 350 grains at 28.5" draw. Smoother and a lil easier than the regualr 82nd Airborne the bow flat out shoots and is VERY quiet.

The whole conversion, build and Crackerization ran me around $590 for the bare bow.....the strings dont even have 100 shots on them. There is nicks and small scratches in the finish, the riser or limbs and not brand new.....
I would probably let it go bare bow for $465 or setup with Hostage Pro rest (extra brushes new in pack), 4" Doinker, Sling, Trophy Ridge 4 Pin sight (brand new), and Rattler string suppressor for $535 set up.

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Old 02-25-2010, 08:34 PM
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Hey,
I live in Idaho and was wondering if there were any chance you will be back in Washington anytime soon? I am looking for a bow like yours. Let me know. Thanks.
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Old 02-26-2010, 11:08 PM
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Is the draw length adjustable? If so what is the range?
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Old 03-17-2010, 07:52 AM
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bow is SOLD.
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