2013 Hoyt Charger, 50#, right handed bow for sale

Greenhorn

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My son has outgrown it. His draw length is now longer than mine. This bow is currently set up at 53# and has a 26.5", which is max draw and pull. He started with it at age 11 and 43#, 25" draw. It's a solid quality bow, great for a youth, or woman. I'll throw in the quad ultra rest. Looking for $350 or best offer. Will take pictures and post when I get a few minutes.
It does work: Elk taken with this bow
 

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Here's a few photos. I believe the cam has the "F" module in it, but any Hoyt dealer could change that out, and adjust the draw with a different module.
 

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All I can say is I'm glad I didn't go Diamond Edge, my original idea for a youth bow. He shot the elk with it set at #43.
 

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Does it include 1 night at elk camp preferably not blind folded on the way in?:D
That is a great starter bow and obviously can get the job done .
 

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