I recently tore my rotator cuff, so up for sale is a 2011 Diamond Stud by Bowtech:
"The Diamond Stud was recently hailed as "an amazing bow for the money" by Inside Archery magazine, which gave it their Best Buy Award. The long list of high quality features may appear underpriced, but who's complaining? Adjust the draw stop and single rotating mod to dial in personal shooting styles. Optimized mass placement reduces shock and noise and increases efficiency. A positioning of the string stop further reduces noise and vibration. And Vertical Force Technology (VFT) all but eliminates hand shock and recoil. Oh yeah, this stud is smooth."
Brace Height 7"
Axle to Axle 33 1/4"
Draw Length 25" - 30"
Draw Weight 70
IBO Speed 310 - 318 fps
Kinetic Energy 78.6 ft-lbs
Adjustable Let-off 65% - 80%
I also have 12 carbon-fiber arrows, field points, stabilizer, wrist strap, fiber optic sights, two targets (one for field points, one for broad heads [yellow jacket]), and six slick trick broadheads that have never been used.
I have over $1K into this package. Will sacrifice for $650, OBO.