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F/S Excaliber Crossbow

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by steele, Mar 26, 2013.

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  1. steele

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    Again, I am posting this for a friend. Again, he bought something & never used it. Excaliber Ibex model crossbow. 170#. As new, with 6 bolts, 6 target points, 6 hunting broadheads, cocking mechanism, & calibrated scope. He shot this about 10-12 times in the store where he bought it, just to sight it in.
    He took it home & put it away. He has over $900 in it, will sell for $650.
    According to consumer reports, this is the top of the line unit. PM for contact info. Butch from Pgh
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    I think he paid too much...

    http://www.amazon.com/Excalibur-Ibex-Crossbow-Scope-Realtree/dp/B007WQE3PI
     
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    I know nothing about them. He just buys stuffs & ends up selling it. I'd assume he would entertain offers. He bought it from a small archery shop without shopping around. Butch
     
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    Their are plenty of bows and crossbows that far exceed $900 in price new. However, this isn't one of them. Good crossbow though.

    One thing you or your friend needs to know about bows/crossbows. When they are the new latest greatest model, you can't keep 'em on the display rack. When the next models come out, they are worth half as much whether they are used or not. It's last years fashion.
     
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    He just found that out. He called the shop where he bought it & inquired about its worth. The owner told $400-450. New models & technologies play hell with older models. I am waiting for him to tell me to pull the ad.
     
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