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I just bought a browning tornado 12 arrows a release target and six broudheads for $200. do you all think i got a good deal or d

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  • I just bought a browning tornado 12 arrows a release target and six broudheads for $200. do you all think i got a good deal or d

    I just bought a browning tornado 12 arrows a release target and six broudheads for $200. do you all think i got a good deal or did i get ripped.

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    Depends on the condition of the bow (new , used ) where you bought it from
    (Shop, private seller) what's on the bow ( sights , rest, stabilizer, quiver) did it come with a case ? Also what kind of arrows , broad heads and release . Your best bet would be to look up online what all that goes for in your area(Craigslist,eBay,ect.)

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    • #3
      Agreed with Mi guy. Are the arrows carbons? Never heard of a Browning Tornado, how old is that bow?

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      • #4
        Assuming the bow is in good condition, I think you've done well. I wish you the best of luck in the field.

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