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Hoyt 38 Pro Target Bow w/ Accessories**REDUCED** $1200 Firm

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Mint condition 2007 Hoyt 38 Pro Target Bow. Was only used four months for both state and nationals. It is an anodized riptide blue color and has a 27 inch draw length. This would be a nice bow to upgrade with or to start out with. It is very reliable, quiet, and accurate.

Accessories include:

- 38" Blue stabilizer by Doinker

- Viper Scope 4x

- Sure-Loc scope bracket

- Quick Tune rest with the lizard tongue

- Stanislawskit 3 finger back-tension release (used 12 times)

- 10 Carbon Express arrows (Terminator Lite 4560)

- SKB case with lock and keys (will take stickers off if not wanted)

- Camo side quiver with a black Hoyt towel

Everything here is worth $2,100 and I am willing to sell for $1,800. Now $1200 Firm.

If you have any questions email me at wong_1@insightbb.com or post your question of FM

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Priced Reduced to 1700 OBO. No one needs a new bow. Must sell need the money to get the 4 wheeler

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now down to $1650 OBO

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$1500 OBO. Anyone?

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