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Hi everyone!

I'm new to AT and logged in because I need some advice. Please forgive me if this was already covered. I tried searching the threads first; but, I was unsuccessful in finding previous topics on this.

I was a competitive recurve archer in college and, after graduating, I put my Hoyt TD2 bow in storage. Now ten years later, I came across my bow and noticed that the riser has some corrosion on it. Here are some photos:



It's a magnesium riser. I took it by a pro shop earlier and the young man suggested that the only thing I can do really is to just take a wire brush to it. I suppose I could also have it stripped and re-painted; but, I don't need the bow anymore and would like to sell it to someone who would appreciate having it.

Any ideas for what can be done about this?


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