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Hoyt Reflex Rampage

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I have a guy that wants to sell me a Hoyt Reflex Rampage with a 3 pin fiber-optic site, quiver, arrow rest, release and a hard plano case. He said he would sell it to me for $500 just wondering if this is a good deal or not. I have not bow hunted for years and dont know what I should spend. Any advice would be great. Thanks

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Sounds like he wants to much. Looks like you can get a brand new one for 500.00. It is a good bow and two three hundred less then some high end bows. Do a search and you can find plenty of them for around 500.00 or less.

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sounds like a good deal for the guy selling the package, i would look around before you jump into that one. Good luck

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Thanks for the help im going to do some looking around

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