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#1

Nugget
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19 August 2017 05:39 pm

Selling my trusty 2014 Bear Grizzly Recurve Bow.

The Bear Grizzly Recurve Bow has been around since the 50's and is well known for it's durability and performance out in the field. It's an all seasons hunting bow, which means it can be used in rain, hail or shine. It's also a fantastic bow for 3d target shooting which is what I used it for.

Specs:

  • 58" AMO length.

  • 1 piece riser constructed of dymondwood with fiberglass backed maple limbs.

  • Original dacron flemish twist string fitted with beaver fur string silencers.

  • Bear hair rest and leather side plate.

  • 55lbs draw weight @ 28".

  • Also comes with a Fred Bear padded case.

Both bow and case are in excellent used condition, and like everything I own, they have been taken very good care of. The bow has never been dropped or dry fired.

$475 includes insured shipping.

To purchase the above new would set you back $770 or so.

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#2

Ivo
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19 August 2017 06:40 pm

Sweet looking bow and a good price as well good luck on the sale thumbsup


Eurotek pro, minelab 305 , 705 , gp extreme and a lot of will but not enough time

#3

Ivo
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19 August 2017 06:45 pm

You forgot to put left or right hand by the looks of it I'd say right handed big_smile


Eurotek pro, minelab 305 , 705 , gp extreme and a lot of will but not enough time

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Nugget
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19 August 2017 06:47 pm

Cheers Ivo, in the title I have it listed as R/H wink

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Tathradj
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19 August 2017 07:40 pm

If no takes this by the 9th of next month,
I will take it. big_smile


NAPFA Committee Member,
A couple of HiBankers inc. accessories, , 4500, SDC2300, Gt1600,
Aldi, Phantom 4 Pro, A Prado 4x4, A'Van Cruiseliner and a heck
of a lot of determination.Not to mention Luck.
Most importantly, A lot of Good Honest Friends.

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Tathradj
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19 August 2017 07:42 pm

Avatar gives it away. LOL


NAPFA Committee Member,
A couple of HiBankers inc. accessories, , 4500, SDC2300, Gt1600,
Aldi, Phantom 4 Pro, A Prado 4x4, A'Van Cruiseliner and a heck
of a lot of determination.Not to mention Luck.
Most importantly, A lot of Good Honest Friends.

#7

Nugget
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19 August 2017 08:21 pm

Tathradj wrote:

If no takes this by the 9th of next month,
I will take it. big_smile

No dramas, I'll keep that in mind.

#8

Nugget
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22 August 2017 08:25 pm

Still available. Happy to answer any questions smile

#9

Nugget
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26 August 2017 11:44 am

In the interest of a quick sale, I'll take $450 if sold this weekend only.

Quick reminder it's a right handed bow with a 55lbs draw weight at a 28" draw length, so it's got some balls to it smile

#10

goldtruck59
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26 August 2017 03:35 pm

Does it come with arrows? If not what are they worth and are they hard to get.
Bit of info for a layman would be good.

GT smile


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#11

Nugget
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26 August 2017 04:11 pm

I'll throw in a few arrows. They are super easy to come by and can be purchased online or at any archery shop. The main thing is to buy quality arrows and get them spec'd to both the bow and you're personal draw length. An archery shop can assist with this.

Arrows will set you back around $10/ish each, though they can be purchased in sets for little cheaper. I just buy the shafts, tips and feathers separate and make them myself. You can also buy much more expensive arrows but they're not really necessary for a traditional recurve bow IMO.

Last edited by Nugget (26 August 2017 04:15 pm)

#12

Nugget
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27 August 2017 07:59 pm

Last call @ $450.

If it doesn't sell at this price I think I'll just hang onto it, it's too nice of a bow to give away tongue

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#13

7.62marksman
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27 August 2017 08:04 pm

My advise for as good as it is
would be keep it until a bit closer to Christmas then try again you might just get the $$$$ you want without giving it away


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#14

Nugget
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27 August 2017 08:24 pm

Not a bad idea mate, bit of a tough crowd this time of year lol

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7.62marksman
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27 August 2017 08:40 pm

yes it must be the cold lol lol lol


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Non Turbo 2.8lt Hilux called Turtle and a NAPFA member ----An ordnance technician at a dead run outranks everybody

#16

Sparra
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27 August 2017 09:24 pm

Have you put it up in Ozbow or the Bowhunters Group of Australia??


There is always someone doing it tougher than you...

#17

Nugget
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27 August 2017 09:28 pm

Not at this stage Sparra. Might check it out thanks.

#18

Ivo
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28 August 2017 08:58 pm

Hahaha if i wasn't saving for a new detector and didn't have 3 bears of my own I'd jump on it it's a cracker of a bow


Eurotek pro, minelab 305 , 705 , gp extreme and a lot of will but not enough time

#19

Nugget
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22 September 2017 10:44 am

Still available smile

#20

Nugget
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23 September 2017 10:12 pm

Half a dozen carbon arrows included.


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