The real question is, why did you buy it in the first place if you now have to ask your self what to do with it?
Sounds like a collector’s piece to me, which means keeping it out of the woods and in mint shape will increase its value. My passon, though, isn’t collecting bows, it’s collecting bucks…so I probably wouldn’t buy a bow like this, unless I had a lotta extra cash. Sounds like a sweet bow to have, though
Dude, my S2 is signed by Michael Waddell and Travis “T-Bone” Turner. I shoot that thing everyday. I’m gonna hunt with it come deer season. I guess it’s a personal choice thing. I personally would shoot the snot out of it. Just my opinion though.
Unless you find a buyer that is really wanting one it won’t really bring a premium price or carry any real collectors value.Its just a Reezen with a few add ons that won’t make it shoot any better,just cosmetic stuff,so have fun with it.
Use it. While the bow is undoubtedly a cool collector bow, bows dont quite have the collectors market like guns or old cars do. Use it, enjoy it, show it off.
This is what I wondered……..just what kind of value do bows have as collector’s items.
anyway, like most collector items, you’re taking a chance either way. If you want to make money at it as a collector’s item, then don’t shoot it and take the chance to keep it in mint condition……….but you’re taking a chance, and you’re going to have to get another bow to shoot.
If I bought it as a collector’s item, and could afford to, I’d not shoot it and get a bow that I can shoot……….but I’m poor so if it was me who bought that bow, I’d be shooting it