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#5547313 - 01/16/15 04:16 PM what is this bow worth?
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Registered: 05/22/12
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2013 Hoyt Spyder Turbo. not the carbon. 80lb lims that can be turned down.
bow is in great shape.
how much is it worth bare bow?
what would you pay if it had $80 qad rest.$120 sigths and $75 stabilizer?

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#5547448 - 01/16/15 06:02 PM Re: what is this bow worth? [Re: Troubador]
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For the prices you have listed, prob half of what you listed. Bow, two years old, prob 40-60% less than you bought it new.
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#5552457 - 01/19/15 05:02 PM Re: what is this bow worth? [Re: Troubador]
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I don't know what the weight range is but you better want to shoot 70 or more lbs all the time. We shot heavy years ago trying to get more speed that's no longer an issue with today's bows. Just something to consider.
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