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Used Bow Suggestions

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I have an older bow that I'd like to sell. Does anone have a suggestion for the best way/ place to sell one - other than the great classified section of this site of course smile.gif Are there any shops in the Twin Cities that will sell them for a fee?

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I would expect a few bow shops that may sell bows on Consignment. Call around.

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I would look at posting it on Craigs List which is free and works well, Or Use ebay, I have sold many things on ebay and it works well, To make it easy you would need to set up a paypal account which is free to set up.

Good luck

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E-Bay is a great place to sell bows. A buddy of mine recently sold two and he was blown away by what people were willing to pay. He got close to 80% more than he was expecting.

Kraigs list also moves alot of product but you don't get the bidding effect you do on e-Bay.

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Since you're in AV, I know that Schaffer's archery in Burnsville sells used bows on consignment.

Also Cabin Fever in Victoria will allow you to sell your bow there on consignment.

I bought my used bow from Cabin Fever last year.

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