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Up for sale is an 2005 CSS Encore, now owned by Horton. Bow is RH set to 26" on the cams and can go up in half inches to 27, but I have the modules up to 30" included. Also comes with 40-50# limbs, 60-70# limbs are on the bow currently and draw is set to 65# roughly. Bow is probably a 9/10 as far as condition with one very slight scratch on the limb bolt that I filled in with marker.
Comes with Tru-Glo RangeRover 3-pin sight, Trophy Taker spring steel launcher rest, CSS vibration dampeners, and the STS string suppressor, and Barracuda string. I also have one dozen carbon blazer vane arrows from BassPro with field points, a G5 Optix 5 pin sight, and a tru-ball short-n-sweet s2 release, as well as a generic cobra release that can be for back up if wanted. Color is a cool marble blue and limbs are black. Very accurate, no vibration, easy to use bow. Asking $350 for the bow with the sight and rest, and can make deals if you want any of the other stuff. I want the bow gone before I break any other items up. If for some reason the bow doesn't sell I would still like to be able to use it.

I know this a small company and unknown to many but the quality of the bow is outstanding. From my research this bow sells new retail from $500-$629. The Trophy Taker, Sight, and vibration system alone would run $240.

I am in the 75035 if you want to calculate shipping. Bow weighs around 4.5 lbs.

If you need any more info or pics feel free to PM or message me on here.
 

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ATA on this is 32" and BH is 7.5" - very stable for a shorter bow though. I'm new to archery and have been hitting bulls eye's from almost day one, not to toot my own horn, the bow has a lot to do with it. In the proper hands this could be a great bow.

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CSS is now Horton right? Will Horton take care of any problems if there are any?
 
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