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    Expert Archery, Farmingtion NM, Talk to Jeremy and Larry! Great Guys, Great shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Kutch Archery in Yamhill Or. Always there when you need them, very fair and competitive pricing on everything. Too bad they are on the other side of the state!
    Of all the Archery shops in Oregon Kutch has my vote! Kenny went way out of his way to find a left handed bow with a short enough draw length (that went to 50#) for one of my kids when he was 12 and wanted to bow hunt. Nobody else I talked to could do it but Kenny had one in a couple days. My son killed his first bull with that bow a few months later!

    Nothing flashy about Kutch but they do take care of their customers and care about getting kids out hunting.

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    Archery Idaho in Idaho Falls, ID. Tom Theil does a great job and nobody has the selection of inventory he has .

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    Wayne Endicott is the owner of The Bow Rack in Springfield, OR. When I started bowhunting back in 1998, he's the one that got me going and has been a huge help in terms of knowledge, equipment options and hunting info. It happens to be the shop that Cameron Hanes uses as well. I now live in So. Ore. but The Bow Rack is still my main shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvbrushhunter View Post
    We only have one true pro-shop here in the Reno area and I have never been happy with the service I've gotten. My bow goes into both Scheels and Sportsman's Warehouse and when I need a true pro-shop I'll drive the 2 hours to Wilderness Archery in Auburn Ca.
    You don't like house of arrows? I have had nothing but good customer service and good pricing. Love to hear though

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    Bugs and Bullets in Butte MT is amazing. Ray and the guys GET IT! In 2005 I had an opening day mishap with my hunting bow. I took it to Ray and he had to order the parts from Bowtech. He then went on to loan me his 3D bow so that I could make an upcoming hunt. This was like the 5th time I had been in the shop. Its not like I new this quy from way back. Again, Ill say it. AMAZING!

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    What about something in the south Denver metro area? I am not seeing any Colorado guys posting and I am in desperate need of a good shop.

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    Archery In the Wild in Longmont, CO has my vote. Boyd Wild and his crew will get you set up right.

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    Riverside Archery in Riverside, CA. My hunting partner (Wally) is the owner.

    http://www.riversidearcheryca.net/index.html
    BOHNTR )))----------->

    B&C / P&Y Official Measurer

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    Sullivans Outfitters in Bryan, Tx. Eddie the owner and Rusty do great work and have amazing customer service

 

 

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