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Found 27 results

  1. capoeirajosh

    Hoyt Rx1 Ultra for sale

    Selling my Hoyt Rx1 Ultra! Black with orange accents. Comes with brand new limbs, hoyt QAD ultra rest, and ABBS custom strings and cables. Currently set at 29" and 70# draw weight. Asking $1000 OBO. Shoot me a message if interested!
  2. Levi2122


    Hoyt Satori 17” Riser with Medium Length Carbon X-Tour Limbs 40lbs / Hoyt Pro Series Tiller Bolts / Hoyt 6 Arrow Quiver / 17 Easton Axis 5mm 500 Spine Arrows with 220gr Up Front. Also comes with Hoyt soft case and Far North Hard Case. I used this bow during the 2018 season. It’s an amazing bow and shoots darts with the arrow set up...but I have to sell. I have over $1,580 in the bow. I will sell everything in the picture for $550.00 Located in Chandler and work in Tempe. Call or text Levi at 307-331-3537
  3. AZHNTR67


    Hoyt Carbon Element - SOLD
  4. bonecollector

    Hoyt Carbon Element

    2012 Hoyt carbon element set at 26” draw, has rkt #2 cam adjustable to 28” DL. Draw weight is adj 60-70 lbs. currently at 65. Will unclude tightspot quiver and QAD drop away rest. Sight and stabilizer not included, can include different sight if interested. $550
  5. Selling my Hoyt Satori Recurve with Satori Carbon X Tour Limbs, pro series tiller bolts, and Hoyt 6 arrow Quiver 17” Riser Medium Length 40lb Limbs Have over $1300 in bow. Selling for $700 Also have Easton Axis 500 spine arrows with 225 grains up front that this bow shoots amazing with. Call or Text Levi if interested 307-331-3537 Located in east valley.
  6. QCChevy


    Selling a brand new Hoyt Defiant bow. 28 - 30" Draw. 60-70 lb weight. I won it in a raffle. $700 or make me an offer. All I can do is say no.
  7. huntin1005

    2017 Hoyt Defiant

    Selling my 2017 Hoyt Defiant bow. Bow is like new and it is the bare bow only. I am asking $725.00 or best offer for this. This bow has no scratches or dings on it and has been taken care of. I also have the original air shocks instead of the orange if you prefer. Thanks for looking
  8. Hanksaiditbest

    RH Hoyt raider intruder FS

    Finally upgraded the ol' classic with a new Mathews this year. Good bow, put some animals on the ground still plenty of life left to do it, would also be a good bowfishing rig. 60-70lb draw 27-28.5 length. Hoyt 12 arrow quiver, sight, stabilizer, release, (no rest). Asking $180 obo
  9. I have a 2017 Hoyt Carbon Defiant Turbo in absolutely excellent condition. I got the bow from Archery HQ in chandler. When I bought this bow I was moving quite often and did not shoot it all that much. Original strings still on the bow but waxed often. The bow comes fully set up besides having arrows and a release. It comes at 60-70 lbs and 28-30 inch draw length. I will help you get the bow set up since I work at a bow shop saving you about 50$ on a tune and full set up. We will have to do it while im am not at work so there is not tie to the shop due to liability reasons. Dont get it confused though that this bow is in amazing condition just had to make that clear. It has a Axt carbon 7 pin sight, Hoyt ridge reaper quiver 6 arrow, Trophy taker smack down with hamskea limb driven adapter, Limbsaver 9 inch stabilizer will have a grip if you prefer to have that. Also it has the peep and just needs to be set to your height. Pricing is very very fair so please do not waste my time with lowball offers. 1000$ for the total package seen here. Look at the items and notice that nothing on this bow is cheap its well worth the asking price. Phone number 480-859-zero zero zero eight
  10. Kaffer62

    2015 Hoyt Nitrum Turbo

    I have a Nitrum Turbo for sale. 60-70lbs I have the draw mods for 28.5 and 29.5 $600 obo Will come with Cabelas Soft bow case.
  11. AZHNTR67


  12. Set of Hoyt Satori Medium Length Limbs 40lbs in under armour ridge Reaper Camo. Standard ILF limb fitting. Limbs were purchased new in September of 2017 and are in great condition. $200 Located in Chandler. Call or text 307-331-3537
  13. Dpduckhunter13

    Sold please delete

    2015 Hoyt Nitrum Turbo 26-28" draw (currently 28") 60-70 lbs #2 cam Brand new strings and cables Axcel Accutouch HD 7 pin Hoyt QAD HDX rest Fuse quick release 6 arrow quiver 6" Bee Stinger Stabilizer Tuned by Daniel Willett Text 602-803-0916 for more info $700 located in North Valley Or trade for Razor 12s
  14. down2hunt


    Sold please delete.
  15. I've always thought it'd be cool to someday get into traditional hunting, and someday I still hope to. I've bought and traded into. We are going to be selling our house and moving within the month I am thinking about downsizing my collection. I woul normally list prices for them but these are unique/rare/no longer in production so I'll list below what I have and if you have interest in them shoot me a message and we can go from there. Jeffery Archery Takedown Royal Hunter 62" 61# Vintage Hoyt Pro Special 66" 20# Bear Black Panther Hunter 52" 50#
  16. creed

    2013 hoyt Spyder 34

    65lb limbs, #3 cams, currently set at 30" but I have modules for 29 1/2 and 30 1/2. America's Best strings and cables were put on in early Dec of last year. Still have a lot of life left. Also have a factory Hoyt back up string in good shape, 4 pin Montana Black Gold sight, RipCord code red rest with an extra launcher and a Sims stabilizer. Selling a Plano hardcase with it. Ii am asking $550 with sight, rest, stabilizer and hardcase or $475 barebow and hardcase.
  17. Hoyt Alphamax 32" Axle to Axle 60-70lb Limbs 28-30" Adjustable draw. Currently has number 2 mod on cams. Draw set at 28". Also have #3 mods, ideal for 29-30" Draw. Accessories: 7 Fletched Easton ACC arrows with 100 grain field points Fuse Arrow Quiver Trophy Ridge Fall away Arrow Rest. Peep You need to purchase a site separately and have the bow fitted and tuned to your size specifications at your local Archery Pro shop. The bow is a shooter!
  18. Wingshooter28

    WTS manfrotto/Swarovsk/ Hoyt

    Manfrotto 190XDB tripod and 222 head, had to fix trigger on the head in the field so I drilled and tapped it and it work fine - $100.00 Swarovski universal tripod adapter for EL binos, see picture for types that it works with- $65.00 Hoyt 2 piece 4 arrow quiver for carbon Element or Matrix- $65.00 First light Kanab pants in max-1 XL never worn- $100.00 Thanks 480-252-0967
  19. Hello, my dear friends husband recently passed and this is another item I am selling. It is gently used Hoyt Lazertec GTX. Draw length and all specs are shown in the one sticker. We could not find but a few arrows. Stand does NOT come with it. **RIGHT HANDED** **Because buying a used bow can be challenging I am willing to fully refund the money for 7 days after the sale incase you want to have it checked out. It is my understanding that the bow was used very little and never dry fired. I do not see anything bad upon inspection myself. First $275 cash takes her home. I live near Tatum and Jomax and work near the 101 and Chandler Blvd. Call or text me: Todd - 602-525-9988
  20. hodge033

    PSE Drive package

    2013 PSE Drive DC Basically brand new. Never killed anything with it and it went on one hunt last year. sighted it in to 40 yards in my back yard. Its sad but i never glassed anything up on my hunt so it never got used. Not a scratch on it. This bow has been spoiled. Never kept outside or out of its case. still have ordinal users guide and bow data card. The arrows where professionally cut and the drop away professionally installed. Comes with everything you see in the pics only selling because i could use the cash flow and i don't use it enough. -11Easton flatline DOA superlite carbon arrows8.2GPI 340 cut at 29 and 1/2" ( there was 12 cracked one sighting in at 40 yards) of the 11 only 3 have been shot through the bow. The other 8 have never been fired through the bow. One arrow has been re-fletched because the broad head cut one of the fletchings off. -5 thunderhead 100 grain broadheads (never used) -3 Montec G5 100 grain broadheads (never used) - and assortment of rubber tips and bird/rabbit tips - Scott archery Release. - custom stablizer - 7 pin truglo sight - rip cord drop away arrow rest. - detachable Kwiver holds 6 arrows - Hard shell case its worth more than what i am asking.. 650$ OBO cash not interested in trades at this point. Any questions please don't hesitate to ask. PEAK ATA/IBO speed: 326 fps Factory draw length range 26" to 31.5" Factory preset 29" Draw weight 70# Brace height 7-1/2" Axle to axle 30-1/2" Let off 75%
  21. joeinaz0

    Hoyt Vtec for sale 2006

    Selling a 2006 Hoyt Vtec. 60-70 lbs draw. 29-31 inch draw. Trophy Ridge sight, whisker biscuit rest, stabilizer, hoyt two piece quiver, 18 arrows, soft bow case, and two releases. Total package and ready to shoot. Asking $350 or best offer. Call or text Jamie at 623-204-8204. Located in the west valley
  22. I have a Hoyt Vectrix XL for sale. It's right handed. 27 inch draw. 60-70 lbs draw. Comes with Cobra sight, Fuse drop away rest and Apex Bone Collector quiver. Bow is in great shape and extremely accurate. Selling for $275.00. Call or text Joe at 623-810-1254. I live in Surprise, Az. SOLD
  24. Most of this is a repeat from the 6A bulls thread but a few members thought it would be a good idea to start a new thread. It's already been a week since this bull went down and I am still pumped! Here is the story... My brother in-law Greg and I were hitting it hard since opening morning and we were into bulls every morning within 30 minutes. The bulls were very quiet so we just kept the wind in our favor and began to still hunt then spot and stalk. We got on a decent size herd Saturday morning and spotted a monster bull and a nice 5x5. We hauled butt to get in front and set up. Never saw the big bull but the 5x5 walked right up to us at 30 yards. This was the closest I had ever been to a bull and it was awesome! He never gave us a shot opportunity and eventually squirreled away. Sunday night was the only night we found a bull in the evening and I missed on a downhill 60 yard shot. Right over his back. At the time I was a bit discouraged but knew that's how it goes sometimes. Apparently it wasn't the bull that was meant for me. Monday was the slowest day we hadn't seen a bull all day and we put in some miles. Monday evening we hit one spot and the wind was all wrong so we backed out and moved to a different area. Wind was good, hitting us in the face so we began moving but didn't see or hear anything. Then about 6:30 we stopped and were ready to make it back to the truck. In one last attempt I decided to try and call to get a response. The first was a bugle. We had some success with the cows calling back if they were in the area.Then I grabbed my mouth diaphragm and started up with some cow calls I had been practicing. A few seconds later we heard a bugle but not just any bugle we knew he was on his way and coming in fast. We had seconds to get behind a bush and I was going to position my brother in-law a little further back to continue calling but the bull was already on us so we stayed put. He hung up at the end of a clearing and was looking in our direction to find where the call came from. Then he started trotting again and circling us to get wind. I immediately went to the other side of the bush and drew back. I asked for a range and he was way too far and now staring in our direction. It felt like I held my bow for the longest time until I couldn't do it anymore. So I attempted to let down with him staring and just knew he was going to spook. Thankfully he didn't notice and it took all my strength to let down as smoothly and as subtly as I could. He began moving around us again still out of wind and slowly coming in closer.My heart was racing and my hands were a little shaky. We were focused on the bulls movement while trying to control our own as we were being eaten alive by mosquitoes. Finally he stopped provided me with a broadside shot with his eyes behind a tree.I knew this was my opportunity and I remember Greg telling me "you got this". I drew back and took a couple deep breaths trying to control my nerves. I put my pin on the spot, waited a few seconds and let the arrow fly. He immediately bolted. I didn't see the shot but not 5-7 seconds later we heard a large crash. We weren't sure if he was down or crashing through the trees in the canyon he ran into. I slowly made my way to the shot area and just stood there still in shock. My brother in-law followed and started looking for sign and I just heard him say "Dude, come here". I looked down and there was blood everywhere. We peaked down the canyon and there he was piled up about 125 yards away. It was over. I don't know if he moved or my shot went forward but it went in the neck and severed the major arteries. It was over very quickly for him and for that I was thankful. I fully intended to take the first bull that would have provided me with the opportunity. I really just wanted to gain some experience and get the first one done. I spent tons of time this summer scouting for areas with lots of elk, practicing in different shooting scenarios and working on my calls in the truck to and from work. I think the hard work we put in paid off and I was happy we were able to get it done. A big thanks to Greg. We worked well as a team and had some laughs too. I am glad he introduced me to archery and hunting. Also a thank you to my wife Jaime. She spent a lot of time scouting with me this summer and of course for putting up with my new found obsession. Now the pictures!! Signature Taxidermy in Flagstaff scored this bull at 350 1/8".
  25. 125coues


    For sale is a Hoyt Ruckus bow that my wife won at a banquet. They sell for $399 new and bare , she is asking $300 comes with a wisker bisket rest, Fuse 3 pin sight, Fuse 4 arrow quiver. the lable reads WT 45, Len 18-28, STR 47-75, BC 31.00 / F Call Mark 602-214-8596 for questions. sold When it comes to archery, getting off to the right start is the most important thing. At Hoyt, we engineered Ruckus with Versaflex™ technology- providing an amazing 10 inches of custom draw length adjustment. Ruckus is the ideal start to your youngster's lifelong archery adventure. 29-3/4” AXLE-TO-AXLE 281 FPS(ATA) 6-3/4” BRACE HEIGHT 2.8 LBS MASS WEIGHT Bows are shipped in this position. ↓ Draw Length 18" 19" 20" 21" 22" 23" 24" 25" 26" 27" 28" Peak Draw Weight 35 lb Maximum Weight 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Minimum Weight 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Draw Length 18" 19" 20" 21" 22" 23" 24" 25" 26" 27" 28" 45 lb Maximum Weight 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Minimum Weight 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Peak draw weight will increase as the draw length becomes longer. For example, if you order a 35 pound bow, it will have a peak draw weight of 30 pounds in the 18 inch draw length position and a peak draw weight of 40 pounds in the 28 inch draw length position. Minimum draw weights are achieved by backing out the limb bolts no more than 11 turns. Please note that the Rukus is the only Hoyt bow that can be backed out this many turns. See the above chart for the exact draw weight range in each draw length. Draw length is adjustable from 18 to 28 inches in 1 inch increments