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    Typical Taiwan 150 lb crossbow For Sale

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    Mr. Apol
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    Typical Taiwan 150 lb crossbow For Sale

    Post by Mr. Apol on Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:38 am

    Hi all,

    I have too many bows crowding my closet, so I'd like to sell one--it's a made-in-Taiwan Model CF-118 (called on the box the "Eagle II"). Typical mail order/eBay style crossbow with a heavy fiberglass bow, diecast frame, wooden rifle style butt and foregrip. This is a strong bow; I can't brace it by hand. I made a hooks and loop draw string for it. The box says it's 150 lbs, and that's probably true.

    Good shape cosmetically. Needs a rear sight. The flimsy alloy rear sight flew to bits under recoil (!). There's Weaver rail that will take most scope rings so you can put a red dot or telescopic sight on it if you want.

    $75 plus exact UPS shipping. Pictures available upon request. Must be 21 to buy (supply proof of age, etc.) Paypal or money orders OK.

    Here's an eBay listing for this model bow (not mine!):
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-BladesUSA-Eagle-2-Crossbow-/111173672943?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item19e2779fef

    Thanks,

    Paul

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