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Hoyt Buffalo price

Messages posted to thread:
mission man 12-Jul-18
Wojo14 12-Jul-18
mission man 12-Jul-18
mission man 12-Jul-18
Wojo14 12-Jul-18
2 bears 12-Jul-18
Wojo14 12-Jul-18
Brian waters 12-Jul-18
sir misalots 12-Jul-18
gradymaci 13-Jul-18
Brad Lehmann 13-Jul-18
George D. Stout 13-Jul-18
monkeyball 13-Jul-18
Brad Lehmann 13-Jul-18
reddogge 13-Jul-18
ground hunter 13-Jul-18
Pdiddly 13-Jul-18
From: mission man
Date: 12-Jul-18




Got a Hoyt buffalo on a good deal . Never had one And it’s going to sell it (like My Rich Emery Longbow better.) Any clues on where to start it’s in good condition normal wear and tear no major scuffs.

From: Wojo14
Date: 12-Jul-18




Good luck. I cant give my Hoyt Buffalo away! ~Wojo

From: mission man
Date: 12-Jul-18




Guess I could always keep it as a back up :-)

From: mission man
Date: 12-Jul-18




I really should proofread my posts LOl Wish there was an edit button

From: Wojo14
Date: 12-Jul-18




I was going to keep mine too. Maybe make it into a Longbow. It is slim. I like it, but really don’t need it....

Anyone out there wan to make longbow limbs for mine? Send me a PM and we can chat!

~Wojo

From: 2 bears
Date: 12-Jul-18




If you are having trouble giving those Buffalo's away,I am your man. :^) Seriously I always thought they were a good looking bow. I never got around to trying one and the ILF deal discouraged me in the end. I still hated to see them discontinued. >>>----> Ken

From: Wojo14
Date: 12-Jul-18




They are great bows. I think their down fall is that they are formula fitting and not ILF.

~Wojo

From: Brian waters
Date: 12-Jul-18




So buy formula to ilf adapters off ebay for $31. While youre @ it grab some bosen longbow limbs. Theyre good shooters. Makes a great combo.

From: sir misalots
Date: 12-Jul-18




used bows are like used women They are just as good, but the price is dependent on the purchaser.

A rule of thumb is 75% of the new price

But in reality it will be more like 50%

From: gradymaci Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 13-Jul-18




I always Buy High sell Low but make it up in volume.. Works every time.. Just make sure you got directions to the Homeless shelter.

From: Brad Lehmann
Date: 13-Jul-18




If it is the signature edition with the nice black bag you can get about $450 for it. The older ones with the camo bag will go for $350 to $375. The market is funny on them. I've sold a half dozen of them in the last year or so. At times nobody wants one and then a few weeks later the demand is greater than the supply. I will keep mine as I enjoy shooting it and it breaks down into a neat little kit that travels easily on the four wheeler. I like the grip and balance much better than nearly any of the bows that own. The fact that it is formula has no bearing what so ever on the practical use of the bow. ILF guys will tell you that it is a mistake to buy a formula bow. Not in my experience.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 13-Jul-18




The proprietary limb was an issue, that's why they went to the ILF. It has nothing to do with the quality of the bow, or the shootability, or fit....none of that. It's simply the ILF setup makes it easier for the archer to modify the bow to his or her liking and making limb replacement a non issue.

They are great bows, I don't think anyone could deny that aspect.

From: monkeyball
Date: 13-Jul-18




Chuck, Not trying to be a wise guy, but if you do not know the value of a bow before you buy it, how do you know you got a "good deal"?

Good Shooting->->->->Craig

From: Brad Lehmann
Date: 13-Jul-18




I suppose that you can offer it for sale at the same "good deal" price that you paid and see if you can recover your money. When I make a good deal and then decide to sell, I like to add enough to cover shipping and fees. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, but it's always cheaper than golf.

From: reddogge
Date: 13-Jul-18




They are nice shooting bows but I unloaded mine 5 years ago and went ILF. Too many great risers and limbs to choose from. If you bowfish it would make a nice bowfishing rig.

From: ground hunter
Date: 13-Jul-18




I sold winter, of 2016, one for 250.00 and it included the quiver. I bought it for 450 new, about 2 years earlier. I have seen some suggested retail on that bow, there nuts, I would not pay it.

It was a okay bow, but I moved on to long bows..............

From: Pdiddly
Date: 13-Jul-18




What Brad said...sell it for what you have in it, plus shipping to someone who wants itm





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