You have to be careful. Martin sells the bow as a package or as a bare bow. Make sure you are comparing apples to apples. Depending on the situation I would say a bare bow is better because you can get what you want. If you get a package know that it will still need to be properly set up as the sight and rest are just slapped on and final tuning has not been done. At least that was my experience with a Martin package bow.
Eders.com is currently out of the Threshold but have the package for $166 when in stock. If you aren't in a hurry it might be worth calling them?
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^^ The way it should be, never having to know if customer service is great or not! Too bad it isn't that way for all companies. It makes you wonder when eveyone knows about great customer service from a company doesn't it? ^^
Originally Posted by bfisher