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Are these any good or worth messing with? Thinking about getting one for $100 but don't know a whole lot about them. I'm looking for a target bow just to play with in the backyard for now. Any imput would be appreciated.
 

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That was my dream bow back when I was in 4-H. The truth is, it's so old that if you have to do anything--like change cams or limbs or anything, then you'll spend more on that than what you can get for it if you try to sell it. But if it fits you, and has what you need to get started, it'll be a good first bow.
 

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I had one back in the day. Great bow when it was out. For $100 if the cams are the right draw length it's not a bad bow to start with. If it doesn't fit....find something else.


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Does it have adjustments on the cam? There are numbers 1, 2 and 3 on it and from the research I've done it says #3 is for a 29" draw, does that sound right?
 

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That bow goes back to around 1999 I believe. I had the Intec Redline single cam and it was a great bow! For $100 I would buy it again.
 

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Are these any good or worth messing with? Thinking about getting one for $100 but don't know a whole lot about them. I'm looking for a target bow just to play with in the backyard for now. Any imput would be appreciated.
the old redlines guessing they went out around 99, was a great bow, the idler and cam, had bushings not roller bearings, they did wear out so be careful
 
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