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    Default Looking for bow 25"/35#

    Hi.
    I'm a new archer and looking for a starter bow. I have a limited budget so keep that in mind. I've been "measured" and need 25" draw and 35 lb weight. Not many "ladies" bows so I guess I'm looking for a youth bow. My husband and I have done a lot of research and the following are bows I'm interested in:

    Parker Sidekick
    Hoyt Trykon Sport
    Hoyt Trykon Jr
    Diamond Razor Edge
    Bear Apprentice
    Bear Odyssey II
    Browning Micro Adrenaline
    Martin MOAB

    If you are interested in selling, please reply with picture, full description including year of bow and suggested price for item.

    Thank you in advance for your time....I'm anxious to start my new hobby!!

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    Default Trykon Sport

    I've got a Trykon Sport I bought new in October 2008. I bought it for my gf and she shot it maybe 100-200 arrows. Bow has not been shot at all last year. I'll sell it for 350 TYD w/ insurance. It will adjust from 23-25.5". Maxes out at 42 lbs. Lite, Quiet, good shooting little bow. I've got a fiber optic sight and whisker biscuit I can put on it. I have a matching hoyt quiver w/ quick disconnect thats about 100.00 new I can include for an additional $50.00. I also have arrows that I can sell. I'll find out how many and email you with a price too. I'll take some pics tonight and try to get on tomorrow. I'll make a listing and email you the link with all the details. Congrats on joining the sport of archery. You'll enjoy it!

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    Lightbulb Hoyt Shooter....thanks

    Just asking....my husband seems to think that the "sport" is for target only and might not be suitable for hunting. Can you clarify this for me? I'll need it for both. We might shoot together if I get decent at it but I for sure need it for hunting.
    Thanks.

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    Default Sport

    It is a hunting bow as it was set up for originally. It is all camo. I'll add pics in the morning.

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    Default New Thread

    Please check the new thread for pics and specifics.
    http://www.3dshoots.com/forums/showt...318#post270318

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    Default I have a Bowtech "Old Glory" and an Airline case

    I spent Like new....Bowtech "Old Glory" fully set up to shoot! Whisker biscuit deluxe, Montana Black Gold Sight, Quiver, Peep, Silencers, and Stabilizer.

    Also have Airline Case on wheels. I'd like $500 for it all. You won't have to go out and by anything and you'll have something nice that's like new!

    Thank you.

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