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I just recently received to different recurve bows from a guy that i didn't even know. he lived in another state, and died, so i

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  • I just recently received to different recurve bows from a guy that i didn't even know. he lived in another state, and died, so i

    I just recently received to different recurve bows from a guy that i didn't even know. he lived in another state, and died, so i recieved his archery stuff. One is a smaller recurve. it's a Bear 30 lb. draw. It's not damaged at all, looks to be in great condition. The other recurve is a Hoyt. It also said something about Olympic or Olympia on it. 49 pound draw weight. Any idea to what they're worth? Both are in GREAT condition. Once i dusted the two of them off, they looked beautiful. no cracked limbs, no noticeable scuffs or chips.

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    I would probably say the Bear is worth about $75-150. The Hoyt sounds like it would be worth more like $300-375. That's just guessing by the way.

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      I give you $250.00 for both!!!

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