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Old 12-04-2012, 07:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Airsoft, Archery, Shooting & Weight Training Items for Sale

Blowing out a lot of the extra stuff that is collecting dust in my closets. New hobbies have presented them self. so need to make room.
Please be advised, I DO NOT NEED TO SELL ANY OF THIS, which means offer accordingly.


Wants:
Cash
any color excellent condition Freeflow Lotus body (undrilled)
Dinero
a Nice compound bow
More Cash
A very good condition or better mountain bike (if it sells at a box store I'm not interested)
Euros

Things I don't want:
Everything else (I mean it, really, don't offer me something I don't want...if you do, please understand that you will be publicly ridiculed)


**PLEASE NOTE, TOTAL SALES OVER $50 INCLUDE SHIPPING, NO EXCEPTIONS**



Archery:

Used Angel Chest protector (Excellent condition)
Right handed shooter.
Size Large.
$20 OBO.



1) Used Samick Privilege Limbs (silver color) 68"M/10 lbs. ILF limbs. Training Limbs for BEST Training. Laminated Fiberglass with wood core. $70 OBO.
2) **SOLD**



Arco Sport Spigarelli String Making Jig. Never used. Includes a BCY string making DVD and Dyneema formula 8125 bowstring.
$135 OBO



Flexor Archery Training System-used little. Includes light, medium and heavy toner bands. You will need to contact Flexor for a subscription for the training program. No refund or return.
$135 OBO.



Used-Genesis carbon rod stabilizers. 1-36" 5 star ultra lite.
2-12" 5 star ultra lites. Excellent condition.
$210 OBO.



1) **SOLD**
2) Used Sebastien Flute Premium Right Handed recurve riser (red color). Will accept ILF limbs. Includes clicker and arrow rest. Excellent condition. $125 OBO.



The Block target butt. Good condition. Been kept indoors (shed or garage when not in use) $75 OBO.


1) 4" Win & Win Carbon Fiber Stabilizing Rods. $15.
2) 5" Win & Win Carbon Fiber Stabilizing Rods. $15.
3) 10" HMC Short Rod $30.
4) Fully adjustable v-bar. Great condition. $30.

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Shooting

Anschutz bore guide. Model 4401. Never used.
$14 OBO.



Anschutz Right handed Shooting Glove.
Used very little.
No size on glove.
Finger lengths:
Thumb-3"
Index-3"
Middle-3.5"
Ring-3"
Pinky-2.5"
**SOLD to chopper duke**.



Hawkeye Sports leather shooting jacket for a right handed shooter.
Size 40. Brown and vanilla color?
It does have signs of wear, but I would consider it in good condition.
Heavy and stiff. I purchased this used and never used it.
$85 OBO.



1) **SOLD**.
2) Tricep attachment. $20 OBO.



The bodybugg is a weight-loss aid that became popular after appearing on NBC's competitive reality series The Biggest Loser. It is manufactured by a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based company BodyMedia, Inc.
You wear it as an armband and it physically monitors your body heat and will record your calories burned, your exercise etc.
If its paired with the Digital Display Watch, you can sync the armband to the watch, and get a real time read back on what you are burning, plus set up your daily goals of calorie burn, steps taken, exercise time. etc.
Please note that the wristwatch and bodybugg will work, but it is registered at at my set weight, so unless your in my weight range, the readings will be inaccurate.
This can be changed by activating an account with Bodybugg, and you will also get a detailed nutrition plan.
It really is a great device over all if your trying to lose weight on a large scale, or just a few pounds.
Asking $55 OBO.
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Would the following:

1) 4" Win & Win Carbon Fiber Stabilizing Rods. $15.
2) 5" Win & Win Carbon Fiber Stabilizing Rods. $15.

Be a good choice for deer hunting?

I have a Darton Excel, about 15 years old, without a stabilizer. I am just getting into archery and I realize a stabilizer is fairly important in getting a smooth, quiet bow.
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Would the following:

1) 4" Win & Win Carbon Fiber Stabilizing Rods. $15.
2) 5" Win & Win Carbon Fiber Stabilizing Rods. $15.

Be a good choice for deer hunting?

I have a Darton Excel, about 15 years old, without a stabilizer. I am just getting into archery and I realize a stabilizer is fairly important in getting a smooth, quiet bow.
the rods were primarily used for target shooters. They could be used for a hunting setup, but you would need to buy some weight for the ends
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