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Im not a internantional banker. Im not a import /export specialist and I didnt spend last night in a Holiday Inn Xpress either, but common sense dictates re-importing American made Hoyts from merry olde England would be cost prohibitive.
 

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It doesn't matter what the conversion is...you aren't gonna get it cheaper from him then you would someone over here.
 

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just imagine how long it would take to get it to you. First of all if it takes a dealer a month to get one to you here....add another month going across the pond....and since Hoyts are Pro Shop only.....you would have to fly over there just to get the thing.
 

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Me neither, I've never bought anything outside the country in my life, that's why I'm asking. It probably would cost you more as the dollar is probably worth less as it is in Canada, I don't know. I do know however, that five bucks will get ya a full evening at the dog and pony show in Mexico.
 

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no.1 BigMan said:
http://www.bowsports.com/acatalog/Bowsports_Catalogue_Hoyt_70.html I think they're from England... not sure how that would work, but they have good prices on their bows. If it's coming from them shipping would probably be $250 not to mention probably having to deal with a monetary exchange rate.:confused:
Multiply the price by a factor of 2. Add 17.5% VAT. Throw in approximately $100 for shipping.

All I can say is "Ouch."
 

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Well I got a better idea now, I'm gonna ship my Allegiance over there, sell it, and take the money down to my local dealer and buy two for the price of one.:wink:
 
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