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    Tolbert
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    I just saw a Martin Phantom in a shop and test fired it, it felt great. I was told it has been upgraded several times and the current model is a P-3. For about 200.00 I could own this Phantom. Is that a good deal and could anyone tell me any experiences or how long ago it was built. This bow looks brand new. Thanks

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    If it's new it would still be warrantied and you probably could expect much better of a price.

    Mine are Phantom IIs and I don't know what the difference is but I like the Phantom II riser.

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    The P3 was first built in 2006 so it may be last year's model or a new 2007. 2005 was the year for the Phantam II.

    As for the price of $200, that isn't too bad if it's new or nearly so. It depends on the configuration. What model, cams, etc. If it's a Magnum model with Dynacam/cmo then the regular retail price for 2006/2007 is about $379.

    The price can sky rocket to almost $700 retail if it's an Elite with NitrousX cams.

    Never shot a Magnum with Dynacam as I prefer the Nitrous, but the one I have is a sweet shooter. Lighter than a lot of bows and with the Elite (non-parallel) limbs it has a bit of hand shock, but for a target bow I could care less.

    If you can do so I'd recommend shooting it and draw your own conclusion.

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