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Little Suckling

Messages posted to thread:
Cutthroat 14-May-18
DanaC 15-May-18
Too Many Bows Bob 15-May-18
andytradbowhunter 15-May-18
2 bears 15-May-18
gluetrap 15-May-18
4nolz@work 15-May-18
Kodiak 15-May-18
Wolflord 15-May-18
Catskills 15-May-18
George D. Stout 15-May-18
BOX CALL 15-May-18
Dao 15-May-18
Rust1873 15-May-18
Wapiti - - M. S. 19-May-18
fdp 19-May-18
jjs 19-May-18
SteveD 21-May-18
From: Cutthroat
Date: 14-May-18

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Hello. New member to the forum. Located in Boise, Idaho. A while back I acquired a Little Suckling now that I don’t seem to find the time to shoot. I am thinking about selling it and would like some help with what it’s worth. It has 57# limbs and is the kt-44 model. Thanks for your help.

From: DanaC
Date: 15-May-18




Did you buy it new or used?

From: Too Many Bows Bob
Date: 15-May-18




You should put this over on the classified. This is not the place to sell stuff.

Good luck with your sale.

TMBB

From: andytradbowhunter
Date: 15-May-18




They seem to sell $500 to $ 700 .

From: 2 bears
Date: 15-May-18




I have always wanted to try one. Can you honestly draw one to 29 1/2 without a problem? >>>----> Ken

From: gluetrap
Date: 15-May-18




that's a bow that is hard to find used. pick a price and stick to it. hunting season is getting closer.

From: 4nolz@work
Date: 15-May-18




57#@28"?

From: Kodiak
Date: 15-May-18




They're really cool, but that much weight might be a finger punisher.

From: Wolflord
Date: 15-May-18




That looks like it would be a sweet little horseback bow.

From: Catskills
Date: 15-May-18




My draw fingers hurt just thinking about it.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-May-18




I haven't see one on Ebay for quite a while, but it didn't reach the $400.00 mark. You have a select market, plus you have a 57# bow. If you want to sell it, I would put it on auction and start it low enough so people will actually bid. You can always put a reserve (lowest you will sell it for) and see what happens. If someone would offer $500.00 I would take it and run.

From: BOX CALL Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-May-18




I got arrows longer than that bow,lol

From: Dao
Date: 15-May-18




2 of the original Kiko Tovar made kt's (not little suckling) were part of sale list on one of the major on-line used bow seller, and it was listed for 500. and it stayed on the list for over a year.

I finally broke down and grabbed one of them.

Another one is still listed there one year later.

so you may luck out with the similar price. but be ready to wait a while for sale to happen.

From: Rust1873
Date: 15-May-18




Hey cutthroat I sent you a p.m

From: Wapiti - - M. S. Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 19-May-18




Haven't seen any in the classifieds for a long long time.Best of luck with your sale.

From: fdp
Date: 19-May-18




Those bows only fit into a very specific niche in archery, so there isn't a huge market for them. They have extreme deflex which seriously shortens the power stroke, making for only an average performing short bow. They also have a really sever string angle at full draw which makes them not suitable for all archer.

They do have a neat factor going for them though. And if you find soemone who wants one, sometimes they will pay for it.

From: jjs
Date: 19-May-18




Shot several at Kiko's place, shot very well but got a butt chewing for shooting 3under,LOL. Was going to order one but I preferred my Rocky Mnt recurves at the time.

From: SteveD Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 21-May-18




Just was with a fellow archer shooting the past week and had Kiko's bow. 68lbs @28. He could shoot it ok. Bow style and length not for me though.





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