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06-Hoyt Power Tec & all equipment 4-sale, "SOLD" 2 QUIVERS STILL LEFT 4-SALE

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Well lets try this again !!! I have a 2006 Hoyt Power Tec,

New last spring, 29"draw, 70lb pull wt, 80% let off. It has a QAD ultra pro lockdown fall away rest, Cobra 3-pin fiber optic sights, Sims S-Coil stabalizer, Sims silencers on string, limbs and cable guard, cat whisker string silencers, peep sight, wrist sling, and a Bohning quick release quiver. I also have the following equipment that goes with it:

-Flambeau hardcase w/ bow strap down and arrow slots.

-10 Easton Axis arrows, 340 grain shafts.

-2 practice targets, 1 older mackenzie 3D field point

target, and 1 newer Black Hole broadhead target.

-2 releases, 1 tru-fire bear paw, & 1 tru-ball

-1 Ranchero Safari Cat1 back pack quiver

-1 Tool & accessory kit that contains:

*4 Muzzy 125 gr. 3-blade broadheads

*6 Rocky 125 gr. 3-blade broadheads

*10 field points, 2 Judo points

*2 practice broadheads, string wax

*pliers, allen wrenches, utility knife

*extra mole skin, extra sight pins, etc....

EVERYTHING FOR $700 !!!

Call Dave @ 507-634-7562 or

E-mail dsladek1@yahoo.com

This is a package deal !!! I am ambitious to sell !!!

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We communicated before and I realized all I want is the bow for now, to practice and build my archery skills back before I decide to hunt or whatnot.

If you will separate the bow out, email me again at rowedog1@msn.com.

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i emailed you again a couple days ago about the targets, since you were willing to seperate before, if you didn't get the email, let me know

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UMD

CHECK YOUR EMAIL

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Feathers,

haven't heard from you in awhile by email. Still have the bow? Meet in New Ulm to do the deal?

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EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN SOLD !!! HOPE YOU ENJOY FISHBREATH.

STILL HAVE THE TWO QUIVERS 4-SALE.

ANYONE INTERESTED CALL ME 507-634-7562

OR EMAIL DSLADEK1@YAHOO.COM

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Bump for an honest guy to deal with.

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