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Discuss Proper outdoors shooting at the Club & Personal Achievements within Archery Interchange Forums; I think the seller is asking too much. Not sure on the age but it ...
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    I think the seller is asking too much. Not sure on the age but it looks like an older model. £400 or less and I'd be keener but that's a bit much IMO.
    If it gets re-listed cheaper I might take another look.
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    Re-listed at the same price...
    Someone hasn't quite grasped supply, demand and how to price things that don't sell...
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    eBay is the wrong place to get a good price for quality kit - there has only been one release of the Origin bow (2015 Dec) and list price is £795.
    eBay is an auction site offer what you are prepared to pay and no more - you might be very lucky - it's a fabulous bow - I have one but not yet ready to upgrade to their new one ( not released yet)


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    Good to hear.
    I'd sooner buy new (I really like green or blue too) and have it set up for me.

    I'll keep mulling and researching.

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    First attempt at 50 yards with my new Mybo;



    It works!
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