Bows stolen from Trophy Book Archery

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If you are approached to buy one of these bows, please contact Richard @ Trophy Book Archery (780-962-6322) immediately!

Please be on the look out for the following bows and corresponding serial numbers:

Bows stolen from Trophy Book Archery March 9, 2009.

Mathews Bows – The name of the bow can be found on the grip.  The serial number can be found just above the grip on the same side as the name.

5 – DXT – 936450
1 – Reesen 6.5 -842822, 847822
1 – Reesen 7.0 – 952809, 965639, 965636, 965635 (one of these)
1 – HyperLite – 938191
1 – Mustang – 937814
1 – S2 – 917083
3 – Drenalin – 831101 with and orange and white string.
3 – Drenalin LD –
1 – Switchback XT –

Mission Bows – The name of the bow can be found on the Riser.  The serial number can be found just above the grip.

3 – UX2 – 934311, 934325, 936789, 936815, 842124, 993160
6 – X3 – 936450
1 – Buckmaster – 872520
3 – Eliminator – 935451, 940973, 941035, 957422, 957397, 957413, 957417
5 – Menace – 940630, 940654, 940682,
3 – Journey –

Mathews Genesis Bows – The bows taken are colored bows that have no letoff and are used more as range bows.

4 – Genesis – Blue, Green, Red, Orange.
1 – Genesis – Camo Color
1 – Mini Genesis – Camo color

A number of the bows have sights, rests and quivers.  These might have been taken off and sold separately.

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