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Used Ibex for sale

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Ibex with quiver, STS, scope. I no longer use but have been very lucky with the bow. Not beat up or anything, can anyone recommend a resale value? Thanks, Jim
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What's currently available and almost identical, just a tad faster than your ibex, and brand new, for comparison: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Excalibur-...-2260-330-FPS-200lb-Draw-matrix-/274054033186
Buddy you will be lucky to get $300 they don't go for much these days everyone wants faster and narrower.
Depends on the rail too! If it’s the SMF then the price will be low. If it’s the aluminum rail then that’s a diamond in the ruff! Good luck!


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What's currently available and almost identical, just a tad faster than your ibex, and brand new, for comparison: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Excalibur-...-2260-330-FPS-200lb-Draw-matrix-/274054033186
I doubt he will get that for that bow. I gave $620 for mine when it was new and that was in 2012. I'd think he would get closer to $450 if he was lucky. Ive thought about selling my Vortex at one time is where those figures came from.
I doubt he will get that for that bow. I gave $620 for mine when it was new and that was in 2012. I'd think he would get closer to $450 if he was lucky. Ive thought about selling my Vortex at one time is where those figures came from.
Exactly, never said he'd get that for his. Posted for comparison, and comparing the 2 a new Vortex would fetch much more than a used Ibex.

I paid $459 for my Vortex package brand new back in 2008 :-D
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Thanks for the info. but at a couple hundred bucks it may as well hang on the wall with other "collectible." It is the SMF version though. Still shoots great and I guess I will continue to use it during cold weather. Usually I hunt with my old Mathews vertical bow.
I would hang on to it! Bow do not hold their value very well. The SMF version, while a good bow, does not command the $$ of the aluminum rail. Not that the aluminum rail is all that much higher. I personally prefer the metal rails. I also love the "wide body" recurves. I guess I'm just old school! Best of luck if you decide to move it!
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Jim, I just took in my old Ibex to my local bow shop, to check the value to sell it. They said it would be worth between 400-500 can.
Thanks for the replies.
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