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Posted: 11/23/2011 6:29:57 PM EDT
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I used to shoot compound bows about 15 years ago - got pretty good at but ran out of time to practice and gave it up.  Now I'm wanting to get back into it without spending a bunch of money on stuff I dont need.  

I ran across this deal - what do you guys think?

Bear - Element ready to shoot, 6 arrows, release, case, quiver, sights, rests - all in pretty good shape.  He says its 3 years old.  

75% let-off Single Cam System.
Brace height: 7-3/4'';
axle-to-axle length: 32''.
IBO speed: 302 fps. Weight: 4.1 lbs

Its a 50/60 pull weight, which is a tad light (used to shoot 75lbs 15 years ago) but 60lbs should be fine, I dont need to prove anything and it will still kill a deer.  The draw length is set up right for me.

I can get it for $180.00

I have been out of the game so long I just dont know pricing and quality wise if this is any good - what do you think?  Good bow to get started on again?
Link Posted: 9/11/2011 6:54:52 AM EDT
I am not familiar with that particular model, but it sounds like a reasonable deal, if the bow and equipment are in good shape.

Check the string/cables for wear and loose or torn servings. If you get it, go over all the screws and check for tightness. They have a habit of vibrating loose on some compounds.

Have fun.
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