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    Black Creek banshee longbow for compound

    I have a beautiful, like new, Black Creek Banshee longbow for trade for a compound. The bow is 41#@28" 60". Smooth and quiet. Probably the quietest longbow I have ever shot. The bow has no scratches or dings. Beautiful bow with split limb laminations. I would estimate trade value at $400-$425. Looking for bare or loaded bow. I will throw the quiver in for the right bow. It is like new also. It is a thunderhorn 5 arrow rawhide quiver. If you are looking to get into traditional archery this is the perfect weight bow. Thanks for looking and have a great day.

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    Too bad you're not left handed. I'm a trad nut and I've been trying to unload my loaded lefty 2010 Bear Attack for a while now.
    Stewart. Java Man. Habu. Centaur. Etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nineworlds9 View Post
    Too bad you're not left handed. I'm a trad nut and I've been trying to unload my loaded lefty 2010 Bear Attack for a while now.
    PM sent.

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    PM replied.
    Stewart. Java Man. Habu. Centaur. Etc.

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    Should you decide to sell it out right let me know your bottom $
    Looks like something my wife could shoot
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    All PM's and emails answered. Not going to last long.

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    PM's answered again.

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    Any other offers?

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    Have a Hoyt Katera 60 - 70# RH that has Hoyt detachable quiver, two different sights, quiet a few Axis 400's, releases, drop-away rest (also have spare Whisker Bisquit). All in SKB bow case.

    Overall bow is in very good condition. Fairly new string as well as original (not shot much).

    Fast and quiet!

    Let me know if you are interested.

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    What are you looking for in Poundage,draw length,color ,ATA,IBO?

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    Hope you find what you're lookin for brother, I ended up selling all my accessories and keeping my quiver and then trading the 'bare' bow/case and some broadheads to catkinson for his Bob Lee. I'm a happy camper.

    Folks, Black Creek bows are outstanding! Top tier as far as trad bows go. I have a Siren and love it! I've tried a lot of bows and BC are sweeeeet.
    Stewart. Java Man. Habu. Centaur. Etc.

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