Welcome to the website of the Association of the Archery Clubs in the county of Berkshire and two that are in Oxfordshire.  (It’s a long story) For Sale If you have any equipment that you would like to sell then please send pictures, contact details and description to the webmaster at webmaster@berkshirearchery.co.uk

Please contact Rita Alexander  rita.alexander@ntlworld.com

8 x 30" EASTON JAZZ ARROWS 1816 LITE WITH EXTRA FLIGHTS & KNOCKS – UNUSED £30


NEET PINK VENTED ARM GUARD – UNUSED £5


ZH32 A & F DUTCH TAB LARGE R/H LEATHER – UNUSED £7


NEET PINK/BLACK TRIMLINE QUIVER WITHOUT BELT – UNUSED £28


Archery kit for sale

Estimated values below, but make me a sensible offer...

Bow (est £150ish?):

- Hoyt Gold Medalist 25” riser, 70” 42lb limbs (carbon syntactic IIRC)                          SEE PHOTOS BELOW

- Easton A/C/E long rod (35.5" incl weight at end)

- Arten Europa sight

- Button & Magnetic clicker

- Fast-Flight string (IIRC)

- Leather wrist strap (on riser)

- Soft case for bow (also fits most of the kit)

Arrows:

- 12 off Easton P/C 5.9/420 arrows @ 28.25" (Est £70ish?)

- 12 off Bemen ICS Energy 690 arrows @ 25.5" (Est £50ish?)

- 8 off Easton XX75 Superlite 2314 arrows @ 31" (Est £20ish?)    

- 6 off wooden field arrows @ 33" (Est £10?)

Bits (Est £100ish the lot?):

- Quiver (Opechee); Stand (Tollgate); Spare sight; Spare button & clicker

& string; Bow stringer; 3 tabs; Chest guard; Arm guard (full length);

Score pad; String wax; Notch height measuring thingie; Fletching jig,

fletches, selection of nocks & tips, various repair bits, etc.

I’d prefer to sell it all together, but will split if needed.

This lot hasn’t been used since 2000, but I’ve strung everything up and it

looks and feels OK (can’t shoot it here though). The limbs look straight

when relaxed and when they're drawn. Storage over these years has

been dry & dark, and the kit has been looked after properly, though

there’s a couple of nocks / fletchings need replacing.

Currently in Wokingham RG41 but can bring to Bisley GU24 or nearby.


Andrew Wilde

andy@wilde.org.uk