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moparmarv

new sportsman 300

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went looking at atv's for my son who is 18 and has downs syndrome today we bought a new po po sportsman 300 4X4 a 2008 so far we love this ride we plan on using it around the farm and for ice fishing and to have some good times together

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Congratulations! I bet he is thrilled. Good choice. It's a dependable little machine that is uncomplicated and will give good service.

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Good for you. Enough power, and speed is just enough to respect it. Enjoy and congratulations.

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that will be an awesome machine for him!!! hope he has a blast, I'm sure he will!!

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I have the same unit. It is a 2006 and that year it was called the Hawkeye. It has proved worthy. I use it mostly for icefishing and it moves two people and my Otter fish house around with ease. I think it has enough power to get the job done but not enough power to get into trouble.

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Eric and I have rode it for about an hour and love the machine we are planing on using it for ice fishing also thanks for the feed back

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I and Moparmarv rode around on Sunday for awhile and I am impressed with this machine. Very nice and it really should work well for Eric. Great choice!

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