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Garmin Xero A1i archery bow sight, NEW - $700

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I got a Garmin Xero A1i bow sight for my new bow recently. I installed it on my bow, played with it a bit at the house, and realized that it just wasn’t my thing. 

Sight is brand new with zero shots fired, never been in the field, indoor range or battery’s installed. All factory protective film is still on the sight.  Pics attached are of the actual unit on my counter at home from my iphone, so pardon the kinda blurry image when zoomed in.

The Garmin comes with the box, manual, tape to mount the range finder trigger and all the goodies needed for it. 

The Xero A1i is truly an exceptional bow sight that’s a game changer for archery enabling you fast target acquisition with a single pin giving you a dead on spot where you’re arrow is going to go.... well as long as you do your part!

I’m located in north phoneix in the deer valley area. I would prefer not to ship the sight but if needed I can ship it for additional cost. 

Not interested in trades. 
$700

(cell text or call is quicker)
602 492 4486 

Rob

My price reflects that of similar Xero A1i’s being sold on eBay and such that are used or demos while mine is brand spanking new but just box opened and mounted then removed.

 

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1 minute ago, HuntHarder said:

Am I missing the price?

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700

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GREAT DEAL - switched to this earlier this year and absolutely love it!! Will be using it to knock down my 400" bull in unit 9 in 2 weeks!!!!

Would never go back......................

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700 dollars for a sight.  

What has archery come to?  

I swear I’m going full traditional.

 

but something in me just wants to try this.  

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3 hours ago, bojangles said:

700 dollars for a sight.  

What has archery come to?  

I swear I’m going full traditional.

 

but something in me just wants to try this.  

I just checked led 1 out at AZHNTR67's house and it was purrrdy crazy stuff. Very cool but would take some practice getting used to. Not a install and hunt tomorrow site. ;)

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34 minutes ago, hoghntr said:

I just checked led 1 out at AZHNTR67's house and it was purrrdy crazy stuff. Very cool but would take some practice getting used to. Not a install and hunt tomorrow site. ;)

When I was at Ben Avery a few weeks back I watched a guy do the full setup on his in about an hour and a half, tops. That was from mounting it to being dialed in on paper at 80 yards. 

He ran a few random distances too and was nailing it.  

The technology is so solid and it has a ton of advanced functions built into it, I love it and would love to hunt with it but I didn’t feel it was right for me after getting it. 

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On 8/31/2019 at 9:14 PM, rszkutak said:

When I was at Ben Avery a few weeks back I watched a guy do the full setup on his in about an hour and a half, tops. That was from mounting it to being dialed in on paper at 80 yards. 

He ran a few random distances too and was nailing it.  

The technology is so solid and it has a ton of advanced functions built into it, I love it and would love to hunt with it but I didn’t feel it was right for me after getting it. 

The main reason it came out for me to checkout was these aging eyes see to see 5 pins as 1. 🙄 so for that reason alone I have to really consider 1 of these in the future. The rangefinder factor kinda blew my mind it was that cool. 🤯 thinking back to the old metal pins with basically a bb at the end of each pin and a rest that I carried some paper clips to use as a rest arm if it broke. Yep we have come a long ways! 🎰

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