Took my bow into work this morning to sell to a guy.He drew it back a couple of times,liked it and we were talking price when the boss picked it up drew it back and BLAM!This is the good part:As I,m picking it up off the floor the boss says "huh,the damn string broke".Well it did break the string and blew the cam bushings out of the top cam.So,my $300 deal is now worth a plug nickel.Lesson learned.NOBODY,I MEAN NOBODY!!!!!!!!!Is allowed to draw my bow ever again without an arrow on it.I'm really pi$$ed right now,but I know it's my fault for letting it happen.So watch out for "breaking strings" fellas!!
I think expecting a non-archer to pay the asking price is a bit much. Besides that a non-archer has no use for it, why would you automatically get the asking price because it got broken?
But I would expect it to get fixed.
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