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Thread: Need some advice on a bow

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    Default Need some advice on a bow

    I have an offer of a bow, just wondering if it is a good deal or not. Some input from your more knowledgeable types would be appreciated.

    High Country Power Force X1 twin cam. It has a five pin fiber optic sight, matching camo overdraw rest, matching camo stabilizer, four arrow detachable quiver, dusk vision peep, string loop, braided wristsling.

    Also included a mechanical release, sixteen camo arrows, field points, 6 Muzzy 3-blade broadheads, 5 mechanical broadheads. Some broadheads need resharpened, some have never been shot. Some arrows need refletched, some are good to go.

    Guy wants $200 for it. Been his hunting bow till last year when he bought a new one. Appears to be in good shape and well maintained.

    Good deal or should I move on?

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    If the bow fits you and you are comfortable shooting it. If this is your first bow, it sounds like a good starter bow.

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    Dude, if the bow fits you and there isn't anything wrong with it, that's a great deal. Just tallying up the cost of the arrows, broadheads, and extras would run close to $200 without the bow. Go for it!

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    Yes, this would be my first bow if you do not count the longbow that is half built in my dining room.

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    $200 is a great deal--but if the bow isn't the correct draw length--or have the ability to be corrected to your draw length--then you won't see it as a good deal a few months down the road

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