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  1. 2013 G5 Prime Impact Compound Bow 70LBS Limbs at 28” Draw Length 2 seasons on the Strings ~390 Grain Arrow at ~280 FPS QAD drop away rest and paper tuned by AAC $325 Or Best Offer I-17 & Carefree Hwy Contact Keith: (602) 642 1721
  2. Right hand Buckskin 70lb 34 axle to axle #3 cam 29-31" draw adjustments Brand new QAD ultra rest. Shot maybe 10 arrows through it 6 arrow Hoyt carbon fiber quiver Bare Bow $750 QAD $100 Quiver $150 Set $900 Text or call Tyler 480-567-4090
  3. Mathews Chill R 70# 29" draw, 85% rock mods, QAD ultra rest HDX, b stinger stabilizer, great shape, newer Vapor trail string, $750. I make trips to Tucson and PHX areas for work, will consider delivery, prefer paypal if shipping.
  4. Has anyone used the QAD Exodus broadheads. They look pretty good. They have the barbed and non-barbed versions. They are shorter than most broadheads which they say is to keep the center of gravity on the arrow the same so they should shoot the same as field points. Has anyone used them before? I shoot and have only shot the Ramcat broadheads. Killed two pigs and one deer in my first two years of bow hunting. The Exodus' just look like the blades would be stronger than the ramcat, which has pretty thin blades that can bend a little. Thanks for your input.
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