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WTS Jaguar crossbow 175lb, $145 SOLD

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WTS Jaguar 175 lb camo crossbow with camo carrying bag, 3-dot Red Dot, detachable 6 arrow quiver (with 3 arrows included), 2 string replacements, cocking puller, 8 spare arrow heads. Barely used, like new.

Price $145, location Clifton, NJ

Questions? Please call or text 973 919 0812 

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