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Mathews Legacy Left Hand Bow-SOLD

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Mathews Legacy Left Hand Bow

30" Draw Length

60-70# Draw Weight

Cobra 3 Pin Sight

Quick Tune Arrow Rest

Kwikee 5 Arrow Quiver

Great Condition

$325

unique2@hutchtel.net

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Guys, I know this fellar and he has a well taken care of Legacy. Anyone looking for a left handed bow should check this one out. A steal at the price.

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I have been on the prowl for a good, used, left handed bow.

However, personal finances may not allow me to jump on this like I would like.

Can I please get some pics of everything.

wastewaterguru at hotmail.com

Thanks,

WWG

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Pics sent!

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What year is the bow?

Thanks.

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The owner of the bow is a friend of my sons and they are out of town until Sunday afternoon. He had hunted with us every year and I would guess the bow is 4 years old but looks like a new bow right off the shelf in the store. Jay bought this bow new and he takes very good care of everything he owns. If you are looking for a like new bow, you have found it. I will call his house and have him check this post as soon as he gets home.

Welcome to Fishing Minnesota and Hot Spot Outdoors. We look forward to your future posts.

I just got off the phone with my son and the bow is a 2002 model. For the money and the (Contact Us Please). added, this bow is priced to sell.

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I bought the bow in fall of '02. As Tom said it is in great conditon. Let me know if you would like any pics.

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I am interested but your pictures were somehow blocked at my work e-mail. try sending them to CrappieAttitude at gmail (Contact Us Please) com.

Thanks,

CA

You wouldn't possibly be going to the portable mod get together on Sept 22 at Thorne Bros would ya? If so, i'd like to put my hands on it if possible. LEt me know.

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Pics sent!

Harvey Lee will be at the get together at Thorne Bros and can bring the bow with if it is still for sale.

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Thanks!!

I will be down at Thorne Bros, so if it is still around at that time, if it is possible send it along with Harvey Lee.

Thanks,

Chuck

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I would like some pics to

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To the top.

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I am still interested in taking a look at it if it is still available come this weekend. I will be at Thorne Bros around 10, so if it is still for sale send it with Tom. If it fits me, I will more than likely pull the trigger on it. Got the ok from the boss. shocked.gifgrin.gif

CA

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Thanks Tom for bringing the bow down and making it possible for me to join the Mathews team. Jason, that bow was in immaculate condition and after buying a new release and some carbons, it seemed to mesh really well with me. Up to 20 yards and didn't need to even touch the pin. Very impressed with the consistancy and quietness of the bow. I am looking forward to seeing something besides a target through the peep.

Thanks again gentleman,

Chuck

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Chuck

I'm really happy that all worked out well for you. It was a pleasure doing business with you.

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