I have a 1996 Hoyt Enticer target bow that I bought in April of 1996. I have taken excellent care of it, and it was shot it in FITA competitions. It has been stored in an airline approved case and kept up on all required maintenance. It has BCY 450 plus strings and cables. It was a great bow, however I no longer shoot target archery and would like to see it go to a good home. It is a great outdoor bow, as it has shot many X's at 90 Meters! It would also be an excellent 3-D bow. Listed below are the specs of the bow, as well as a couple of pictures. I have the original receipt and manual, it was purchased new for $590.
1996 Hoyt Enticer - Machined Aluminum Riser - Anodized Teal Color
Carbonite Limbs (split limb design)
Command Cams (C3)
Draw Weight Range - (50-60 lbs.)
Estimated Mass = 4 lbs.
38" Axle to Axle
7.25" Brace Height
53.5" String Length
34.5" Cable Length
5 Grains per pound speed @ 70 lb. weight @ 30" draw length = (299-305 ft. per second)
9 Grains per pound speed @ 70 lb. weight @ 30" draw length = (230-236 ft. per second)
Asking $200.00 or best offer