Need some help w/ PSE xld 900

Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by chowee21, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. chowee21

    chowee21 Noob For Now!

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    I got this package deal for $260.


    This is a PSC XLD-900 Infinity Graphite Bow, With Machine Riser, This is a compleat package. I bought everything Brand New, because my wife was interested in target shooting and hunting. After useing this set up about 3 times she lost intrest in the whole thing. This whole package comes with the Bow ( right handed ) 27 to 29 inch Draw 40 to 50 Pound Draw weight, With 35% lit off. String Peep, Micro Adjust 4 inch overdraw, PSC 5 pin Removeable Sight Bar, 1and 1/2 dozen Easton 2013 Arrows cut to proper leight, Blue Custom Quiver with Belt and Bow carrier, Full Arm Guard, 31 inch Easton Front Stabelizer Bar. All Paper Work for Warrenty information, and this Great Custom painted Carring case to protect everything, This Compleat system was over 1.000 Dollars


    So he said "If you know just a little about Archery equipment then you no just the machined riser alone is over 300.00 dollars then with the graphite limbs.the bow alone was like 700 dollars. This setup was bought about 1 and 1/2 years ago but it was made special order and you can go to PSC "

    so im confused cuz he acted like he knew quite a bit, but keep saying "PSC"...
    Is this a good deal and if so, can someone point me in the direction of somewhere i can find specs??? Or any kind of info will be most helpful!

    Thanks!
    Rob
     
  2. Pinwheel1969

    Pinwheel1969 #1 THREAD KILLER

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    :welcome:


    Your gonna have to go to the PSE web site and go to the forums and contact Diane Watson there. She will be able to help you. Also, if the bow is in excellent shape with all the accessories its not a bad deal. A tad bit more than I would have spent on a bow of that age. but it will shoot... Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Good luck!!!
     

  3. Long Draw

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    sounds like you didnt pay too much
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2007