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Soul Gleaux
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2012
2645 posts

re: Is this a fair trade?

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Not sure what I was thinking. Def gonna keep it. My Dad bought it for me on my 12th birthday


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KBeezy
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Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2004
13248 posts

re: Is this a fair trade?
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Pre-83 at least

What is serial number? You might have a pre64


Ole Geauxt
LSU Fan
KnowLa.
Member since Dec 2007
40392 posts

re: Is this a fair trade?
even Mathews which is considered the elite, by us eliteussessss will drop like a rock and lose drastic value over a couple of years,,, however yer thutty thutty will never go down,,, always up.

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CoastieGM
Member since Aug 2012
3185 posts

re: Is this a fair trade?
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I may be trading my Winchester Model 94 30/30 for a Bowtech TomKat.
Not just no, but hell no.

15 years ago you could get a decent Winchester Model 94 30/30 in a pawn shop for $150 to $200. These days you're not getting one for under $400 to $500.

IMHO, you'll regret that trade if you do it.


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lsushelly
LSU Fan
Denham Springs
Member since Aug 2006
1332 posts

re: Is this a fair trade?
It was purchased in the early 80's. Maybe very late 70's


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Nodust
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2010
19138 posts

re: Is this a fair trade?
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What is serial number? You might have a pre64

Mine missed it by one year

But I will never part with it. Until one of my boys wants it.


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