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Blue Stripe Kodiak Hunter Value

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Zbone 21-Jun-22
Zbone 21-Jun-22
Zbone 21-Jun-22
Zbone 21-Jun-22
longshot1959 21-Jun-22
Zbone 21-Jun-22
Buzz 22-Jun-22
Nrthernrebel05 22-Jun-22
George D. Stout 22-Jun-22
J Williams 22-Jun-22
DanaC 22-Jun-22
George D. Stout 22-Jun-22
longshot1959 22-Jun-22
randy_68 22-Jun-22
goldentrout_one 22-Jun-22
[email protected] 22-Jun-22
Harleywriter 22-Jun-22
Harleywriter 22-Jun-22
Stan 22-Jun-22
J Williams 22-Jun-22
Kodiak 22-Jun-22
Jon Stewart 22-Jun-22
Zbone 23-Jun-22
BigStriper1 23-Jun-22
From: Zbone
Date: 21-Jun-22

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Buddy of mine has a blue stripe Kodiak Hunter am trying to find value price range... Thanks for any info...

From: Zbone
Date: 21-Jun-22

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From: Zbone
Date: 21-Jun-22

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From: Zbone
Date: 21-Jun-22

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From: longshot1959
Date: 21-Jun-22




1976 Kodiak Hunter in that weight lately has been going around $300 shipping included on EBay. Less here because of no 12% fees. Never know until you list it though. Just my observation, there is no Blue Book.

From: Zbone
Date: 21-Jun-22




Thanks for the info LeRoy...

From: Buzz
Date: 22-Jun-22




There's one on ebay right now, up to $115.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/204002423148? hash=item2f7f7df16c:g:uusAAOSwR6FisgTr

Look at completed and see the final bids from previous bows.

On the left side near bottom.

From: Nrthernrebel05
Date: 22-Jun-22




Usually sell between $200-$250. Some times $300 or more. Just depends on how many people want it.

From: George D. Stout
Date: 22-Jun-22




New ones were $59.95 at West Hills Sports Shop. Well, that was 1970's. ;)

From: J Williams
Date: 22-Jun-22




I payed $29.95 for a new one at Anderson Archery back in 1977. It was the best $29.95 I ever spent. I still have the bow. It looks great and shoots even better.

From: DanaC
Date: 22-Jun-22




Owned that one's twin. Decent bow, nothing life-changing. Somebody who really really wants one might give $300 but I would not.

From: George D. Stout
Date: 22-Jun-22




J Williams, I paid $35.95 for a new Bear Tamerlane back in the early 70's at West Hills Sport Shop, near the airport in Pittsburgh. They were selling down what they called heavyweight models..over 40#, and mine was 42#. Most Tamerlanes, and other target bows were most popular in the mid 30# ranges back then. By 1977 you could get a lot of recurves cheap as we were in transition.

From: longshot1959
Date: 22-Jun-22




I know $300 seems high, and it IS! But with this silly "vintage" Bear fad going around, that is what these are selling for on EBay. The sales have been slowing lately as folks choose between toys and essentials, so now is the time to sell it if you are going to. This model draws some interest for it's unique riser overlays and being the last of the Grayling bows. A few years ago I was buying these for about $100 and refitting the tips with phenolic overlays. Put on a D97 string and these KHunters would outshoot a SuperK!

From: randy_68
Date: 22-Jun-22




I paid $185 for a 50# one with holes as that didn't matter to me. Great bow. Most go from $225-300 but not much more than that. They are good shooting bows. Or at least mine is.

From: goldentrout_one
Date: 22-Jun-22




Well, not $600, that's for sure! I bet on ebay that bow will pull down $175 to $250 depending on the day and who is bidding....

From: [email protected]
Date: 22-Jun-22




Looks real clean.$200 max

From: Harleywriter
Date: 22-Jun-22

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I have 3 of em and-one of em is a real hot rod. Other two are ok but nothing to write home about. The one is like your friends bow - only 45 pounds. I’ve sent a couple on their way but these will stay for awhile.

One on left is 67 1/2, 59 lbs.

From: Harleywriter
Date: 22-Jun-22




In fact, if my friend had that bow, I’d shot it and if I liked I’d buy from him.

From: Stan
Date: 22-Jun-22




I've got one just like it.. Sold my 75 hunter years ago , 70# and picked up a 76 from a fellow waller at 50# love it.. Like the green overlays better, natural camouflage.. I do get a laugh at some of the reviews on them.. That bow shoots just as well or better than most out there.. I would go $200. on it if it was a lefty.. It's worth more, but I am a cheap skate..lol..

From: J Williams
Date: 22-Jun-22




Hey, George, I'll give you 139.95 for that Tamerlane. That's a $100 profit for you! Plenty of cash to take your family to dinner and a movie, or you could put half a tank of gas in your pickup truck. Is it a deal?

From: Kodiak
Date: 22-Jun-22




The 67 had more zip. Good narrow limb design on the ones I've owned.

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 22-Jun-22




You and your buddy work it out. I paid $50.00 each for a pair just like the one you posted. $100.00 to $125.00 would be a fair price between friends.

From: Zbone
Date: 23-Jun-22




Thanks folks...

From: BigStriper1
Date: 23-Jun-22




Great shooting bows, I have 2 really nice black faced 1969 models 48# that I can’t shoot anymore because of my detached retina and having to switch to shooting left handed. Kurt





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