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    Default Bowman Accu-Riser For Sale

    Hey all--

    It's time to part with my Accu-Riser - used for about 3 years in national and international tournaments. Located in AZ.


    Draw Weight: 42-52 Lbs
    Draw Length: 27"
    Letoff: 65%
    Fully machined Aluminum 6061-T6 riser, anodized purple
    Black Carbon Limbs
    All Metal is 24K Gold Plated
    Revolutionary shoot-thru string system - no sideways torque!
    Slightly egg-shaped cams for smooth draw & release
    Micro-adjustable tournament grade rest
    Limited Edition Sure-Loc "Atlanta Gold" Micro-adjustable sight with
    serial number 0186/1000, with level bubble and 1.5x magnification scope
    Stewart Bowman's trademark riser with no torque handle
    Super Stix 36" Carbon rod stabalizer with adjustable forward weight and quick-release, matched to bow color

    SIGNED BY 1996 2x Gold Medal Winner from USA Justin Huish and renowned archer Randy Ulmer!

    Included in this purchase is a bow case and 11 Easton X7 2512 Aluminum
    indoor "line breaker" target arrows, fletched purple & black
    to match the bow!

    Paid over $2,000 for this equipment, and has won several tournaments. This is a great competition bow, I just don't shoot competitively anymore. String can be changed out for longer draw length, and limbs can be replaced for higher or lower draw weight. Stewart Bowman personally made this bow at his shop for me, and will work with you for any modifications you would like to do to it.

    Asking $1,000 for bow, case, arrows, sight and rest.

    Here are some pictures, thanks for looking! Email me with any questions, ridgerunner78 (at) hotmail (dot) com.

    Last edited by ridgerunner78; 07-29-2008 at 03:36 PM.

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    Wheely Threads Wheely's Avatar
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    Default Bowman Accu-Riser For Sale

    You might want to list your asking price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheely View Post
    You might want to list your asking price
    Oops, I did a copy & paste from my craigslist ad. Sorry!

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