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harvey lee

Mathews Legacy bow set up--SOLD

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harvey lee

Mathews Legacy bow with 29.5 inch draw--right handed.

new string and cable

Trophy Ridge 3 pin sight

Mathews quiver

Mathews arrow rest

Hand sling & Doinker

8 easton ACC arrows

field points

5-Shuttle T broadheads, 100 grain.

Tru-Fire release

This bow is in like new condition with new string & cables and all gone over. This complete set up sold new for over $1,300.00. This set up will be all one needs for bow equipment to stick a trophy.

Asking price of $475.00, a smokin deal for a complete set up like this. For a set up that is 5 years old, this is one heck of a bow.

Pictures on demand. Here's what one archery dude has to say about the Legacy.

Mathews Legacy (Product Review)

By Curtis Zwar

I was going to do a bow report on the new Mathews Legacy but I changed my mind. I spent two days testing the bow and writing the article and when I was done I sat down in a quiet place and read it out loud. I couldn’t believe what I wrote. I told myself that nobody in their right mind was going to believe me. Well, after another day of trying to revise it I decided on the following.

The old saying goes something like “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make any noise?” Well I guess you could ask yourself, “If you shoot at a deer in the woods with a Mathews Legacy, does the deer hear it?” I know what my answer would be, NO! Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls of all ages would you do yourself a favor and just shoot one, even if it’s only one time. I could sit here and tell you how smooth the new Legacy is. Or I could tell you how Quiet the new Legacy is, or even how the new “String Suppressors” take every little bit of string vibration away from the bow. I could tell you about the new Roller Guard, and how it reduces friction, which helps speed up the bow. But, I’m not going to do that. Instead I ask you to go out anywhere you can and find a Legacy to shoot. Mathews has come up with something that is so unbelievable, you must shoot it for yourself to truly see, hear and FEEL what I am talking about. Thank you for your time.

-C.L. Zwar

Team AZOD Archery Editor.

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RonZych

LH or Rh?

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harvey lee

I'm sorry, Right handed.

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sparcebag

I'm a little shakey bout the non detatch quiver,but my old browning has seem better days! Could I get a pic,and by non detatch? Is there no way to remove it??

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harvey lee

Duane

I listed that wrong with the wording. The quiver is detachable, just that it is bolted to the bow and not rubber mounted. You cannot climb your tree and simply slide the quiver off.

Pics sent

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harvey lee

pace

I tried to email to that account and I couldn't. do you have another account. Here is what I tried. Could you please send me an e-mail and I will reply.

thomas.pace@(Contact Us Please).state.mn.us

I tried again and my e-mail now states the pictures were sent.

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iffy

Harvey Lee: Is the bow adjustable for draw length and poundage?

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harvey lee

The draw length can go from 24-30 inches with half inch changes from 27.5 to 29.5. Just so you know, with a big change you may need to re cam it.

Axle to axle is 34 inches.

Weight on bare bow, 4.35#.

70% let-off

Draw weight is at at 60 now and is a 60# bow. I would have to look and see what the min and max is. You are better off to shoot a 60# bow at 60# and not say a 70# bow at 55-60 for the bow to perform at its max so I have been told by the pro's.

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iffy

thank you for the reply. If your sale falls thru, let me know.

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harvey lee

Will do.

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sparcebag

Thanks Tom: but MaMa said I have to many bows now and I can only use 1 at a time anyway.And if MaMa aint happy aint no one happy laugh.gif Shes right tho. smile.gif

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harvey lee

Thanks for looking Duane. smile.gif

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harvey lee

Sorry, but I sold it today.

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