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New in case with everything never shot perfect condition. Black/maple RH 50# 60"
Riser signed in silver and limb signed in black by Fred Eichler. What you guys think it might be worth?


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Hard to say, they don't seem to hold their value very well(guess most archery things don't). I bought mine used, honestly can't recall what I paid($450?). A lot of people get hung up on its lack of a plunger hole, but it shoots so well off the shelf it doesn't matter. I decided I only needed one hunting bow, the decision was easy. I sold my Titan and kept the buff! Although Fred is a great guy, his signature likely isn't worth much at the moment.
 

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Ok thanks guys
Not looking to sell it but thanks for the offer. Its just a wall hanger. More sentimental to me then value was just curious. I do like it and Fred was a great guy to hang out with for couple days.


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Why not use it? The Buffalo is a fine bow and it was made for shootin' not hangin on the wall. I have always liked Fred's articles and videos - of all the celeb bowhunters I think he's one that I'd actually enjoy hunting with.
 

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I just don't want anything to happen to it. But I might shoot some indoor 3d with it. I do agree with you on that. Yea he was down here last November on a hunt with a buddy of mine. Great guy


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