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    Matrix 330 and extras

    No trades looking for the money. Bow is very accurate! According to the shop chrono it shoots above its rating. With a boo string, 387gr arrow I got 319fps....factory string and 375gr arrow tested a while back I got 329fps. I'm going to list everything below, price is $750tyd for all for all of it. PM or call 336-462-4294 if interested. I'm going to settle down with the 310 being my main recurve and pick up a compound but I haven't made up my mind which one so again no trades.

    Trigger tech hunter 2.5lb trigger (this is not pictured...I won't actually have it until tomorrow and will post pics then. I've been on vacation and it was shipped to work. I return tomorrow. I ordered the trigger then decided I was going to sell it)

    Boo custom string (pink and black)

    Factory string (not worth a hoot but I will send it)

    Danny Miller bumpers



    Cheek piece (painted flat black)

    Factory quiver (painted flat black)

    4 GT2 arrows with field tips tuned and marked for this bow (387gr)

    Factory rope cocker
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    Hey Pin, I thought this bow wasn't going anywhere? Good luck with your sale. Trusted seller people!
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    LOL I did too :-) I've got to where I like the light draw of the 310 over any of the other recurves and I'm going to get something in the compound line to mix things up but I don't know what just yet.
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    One word : Venom
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    Had one :-) Not looking to drop that much money on one....thinking more like a shadow :-) But we shall see
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinshooter View Post
    Had one :-) Not looking to drop that much money on one....thinking more like a shadow :-) But we shall see
    Oops, missed that one pin.
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    LOL you need to log on more often :-)
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    Shadows a heck of a bow you will love it mines shooting my Aluminum Magnums at 335 once I have enough to get some lighter carbons it will smoke. Should not have a hard time selling this sweet crossbow.

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    Yeah I bet its nice. I haven't fully made my mind up yet. Going to sell this one first and then decide.
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    Bump for a Great bow from a true crossbow addict.
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    It was only a matter of time. LOL. Great guy to buy a bow from.
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    Don't do it Pin!!
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    Sounds like a pretty good deal too. Not seeing a lot of Matrix bows for sale. Wish I had the funds!

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    LOL thanks guys! Spike, probably a mistake but I'm going to take the chance :-) 330 is probably the best over all bow in the excal line up but I do like the 310 a touch more for myself and my wondering eyes can't help but try something else :-)
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    Here is the TT trigger. Big improvement over the factory triggers!
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    Bump for a good, honest man to deal with
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    Thanks for the bump. Lots of interest no takers so far. Great shooting bow!
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    Another one I would be very interested in if mine would sell. I thought it would be easier to sell a crossbow here...I guess people are cautious or don't have the money ?

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    Guess everyone is going on vacation. I've been asked if I would sell the bow without the trigger and I will, pm for price. I don't want to separate the rest of it but I will take the trigger out if someone doesn't want it. The TT are very nice though. PM if interested.
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    ttt
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    Keep getting asked about prices without the trigger.....$590tyd gets you everything listed except the TT trigger. I think you would like the TT trigger but I have no issues selling it separate :-) I don't want to separate the rest of the package. PM or call if interested.
    John 3:16
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    Guys get the TT it's worth it!
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    It is! I need to clarify something....I'm willing to sell the bow without the trigger but I have to wait on selling the trigger separate until after the bow is gone. The buyer of the bow has first option on whether to buy it with or without the trigger. Once the bow is gone if I still have the trigger I will sell it. This keeps it as a premium package deal until the bow is gone. Thanks!
    John 3:16
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    Pinbump

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    The trigger is worth it. First thing I did when I bought my 380 was order a TT trigger.
    My 330 came with one.

    IMO the 330 is a great hunting bow. I'm surprised it's still here.
    Just a down to earth Bowhunter.

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