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    Default Shop Broken Into Bows Stolen!!!

    This past Friday Night or early Saturday morning one the Bow shops I shoot at,Country Archery, in Casey,Illinois was broken into and various items were stolen.

    One item was a customers 2010 Hoyt Maxxis 31. It was in camo.
    It had a Black Gold Sight
    11 1/2" Black Octane Stabilizer
    Ultra Drop away rest.
    Brand New just Bolted on Leupold Vandetta Archery Range Finder

    One Bow that was stolen is a 2004/2005 Bowtech Pro 38 in Mossy Oak Camo.

    Someone even stole the Shop Owners recently purchased Custom Powder Coated Bowtech Constitution that he recently purchased just 2 weeks ago. It was loaded with all his 3-D stuff on it. I believe it is a 2007/2008 Model.

    It had a TruBall Axcel 3000 sight with a CR 1 3/8" Scope and a Brite Sight 6X Lens.
    Trophy Taker original Drop away camo rest.
    Super hooded peep
    Doinker 24" Stabilizer up front with a Doinker Adjustable V-Bar assembly with 2 12" Cartel Stabilizers with Doinker A-Bombs on them.
    It has Blue and Gray strings and cables to match the bow.

    This Cobalt Blue Bowtech Constitution has the riser power coated in Cobalt Blue with gray limb pockets. The limbs on it are Firestorm Gray.

    I haven't got the Serial #'s as of yet but I am hoping to have them soon so I can post them.

    Country Archery is located 5 miles South of Casey, Illinois. Anyone in the surrounding communities such as Effingham, Terre Haute, Paris, Marshall, or Charleston please be on the look out for these items. The Blue Constitution will stand out really bad. If you know anything or see anything that might help us please call 217-932-9202. Or you can contact me right here on 3-D Shoot's. Thank you.
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    I will keep my eyes and ears open at the local shops. I HATE THIEVES. I hope they get caught soon.


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    you might watch ebay and craig list. the bad thing about this is if they catch the low life scrum bag they wont do much to them.
    Lingerie football. I dont care who wins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longcut36 View Post
    you might watch ebay and craig list. the bad thing about this is if they catch the low life scrum bag they wont do much to them.
    it would
    be nice to find thier address though



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    if I was going to steal a bow, it wouldn't be a Hoyt or a Bowtech thats for sure.
    Prostaff of whatever DB uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    if I was going to steal a bow, it wouldn't be a Hoyt or a Bowtech thats for sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    if I was going to steal a bow, it wouldn't be a Hoyt or a Bowtech thats for sure.
    What a unbelievable statement from a supposed Alabama champion, a thief is a thief no matter what they steal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOBBYR View Post
    What a unbelievable statement from a supposed Alabama champion, a thief is a thief no matter what they steal.
    Oh no, I agree, thieves are trash. What I meant was, if I was going to committ armed robbery, I wouldn't rob the local bait store, I'd head for the bank.

    aka Strother Archery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    if I was going to steal a bow, it wouldn't be a Hoyt or a Bowtech thats for sure.
    Wow - just the kind of comment this thread needed.

    Distinctive equipment - I'm a long ways away, but I'll keep my internet ears on, sorry for your loss and hope you get the items back.

    All thieves are SCUM.....
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    Default Sorry to hear..

    Hey there Yankee Rebel, I hate to hear of that kinda crap happening to one of my favorite old shops to shoot at.
    I wish you all luck in recovering the equipment. I will be on the look out here in Iowa. I know I am a ways away but, hey, you never know.
    If you come up the serial numbers let me know.
    How did they get in anyway? I thought there were bars on the windows and all?

    Anyway good luck,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    if I was going to steal a bow, it wouldn't be a Hoyt or a Bowtech thats for sure.
    And this contributes to WHAT in this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdnkgrl_robinhood View Post
    Hey there Yankee Rebel, I hate to hear of that kinda crap happening to one of my favorite old shops to shoot at.
    I wish you all luck in recovering the equipment. I will be on the look out here in Iowa. I know I am a ways away but, hey, you never know.
    If you come up the serial numbers let me know.
    How did they get in anyway? I thought there were bars on the windows and all?

    Anyway good luck,

    rdnkgrl_robinhood (Val)
    Give me a holla sometime Val. Hope ya been riding alot on that new scoot. It sure looks sweet in the pic's you sent me. Take care.

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    Default 1o year old pse

    I'm new here and shooting a 10 year old pse cause I can't steal. it just aint me.

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    Why would anyone risk their freedom to steal a Bowtech? Little do the thieves know the joke is on them. If they shoot the Bowtech bows for themselves they will get theirs in the end, guaranteed.
    Last edited by Scud; 09-14-2010 at 09:57 AM.

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    a guy drove 60 mi to sell me a tribute so cheap i was felling bad so i gave him $15.for gas.man what a sweet bow.


    thief's are just as bad as a liar both should be boiled in oil.

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