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  1. #1
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    Default Need a lefthand bow with 25inch and higher draw

    Looking for a bow for my son who is left eye dominate. I would like one 50-60lbs with a 25 inch draw . He would prefer a Hoyt but let me know what you got

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    well sir, i have a bowtech admiral, its little bigger than you wanted, its 60-73, but i been thinking of selling it, im not 100% sure yet but i thinnkk here soon i will be going to powderhorn and shoioting the destroyer 350, and i can get back with you wen i do shoot the bow.

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    I got a 2007 LH Bowtech Tomkat. It's 70#limbs, 29in. draw, 5-pin trophy ridge in line sight w/ light, QAD fall away rest, bowtech quiver, limbsaver stabilizer. I have the bow backed down to about 58# right now, but the draw length will have to be shortened by your local shop.

  4. #4
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    Default LH parker youth/women's bow for sale

    I have a parker youth/women's bow for sale. stats:

    Parker Compound Bow for sale. Left handed. Great for women, kids, or small stature person. 37-50 lbs. 27" draw length, adjustable. Brand-new sights. Brand new whisker biscuit rest. (I even have several arrows) It is all set up and ready to shoot! Very accurate. $300 OBO

    Can e-mail pictures if interested.


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