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RalloZ35
January 5th, 2013, 12:38 PM
Hello, I have been offered a PSE Primos NRG 2004, with tru glo sights, trophy taker drop away rest, quick release quiver, winners choice string, extra winners choice string, carbon arrows and a stabilizer. It looks like its in really good condition, and everything seems alright on it. I havn't shot it yet, but I wont buy it without shooting. He's asking 300, I'm in the 200 range. Whats it worth? Any ideas?

AZwarts
January 6th, 2013, 09:20 PM
I would think closer to 200

Q2DEATH
January 7th, 2013, 11:18 PM
I think those were pretty solid bows, but not one of the most popular at that time. AZwarts is real close, 300 isn't bad depending on what kind of stabilizer and arrows you're talking about. WC strings will run you over a 100 by themselves, average carbons are at least 80, if its a standard TT dropaway is about 25 used.

The bow itself could could probably be had for 150-175.

RalloZ35
January 7th, 2013, 11:39 PM
Well Right now he is down to 275. And thats all he's going to go I think. Most Im gonna spend is 225 I think.

AZwarts
January 8th, 2013, 01:13 AM
post up a pic if you can

RalloZ35
January 8th, 2013, 09:26 AM
Ill have to do it after school today, please post again today so its in my user Cp when I check. Thanks.

MIKEY CUSTOM-G
January 9th, 2013, 12:48 AM
I owned this same very bow. Single cam 2004 NRG cam STL Primos bow. It was so freaking easy to shoot. I loved it to death. I sold it because it would rattle your teeth fillings out....lol and it was not the fastest bow around either. I got around 265 FPS out of mine @ 28 inch draw and 70 pounds with about a 425 grain arrow.

The bow as you are being offered it HAS to be worth $300. It sounds like its a turn key operation,ready for the woods. If you could get it cheaper,more power to you. But for $300 there isn't much you could buy outfitted to go for that kinda coin. Today bows are $950 just for the bow and stock strings.