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    Default Good online Archery sites

    I'm looking to build my selection of sites online that deal with archery. I'm looking more for sites that do consumer reports on new/old products and different place to possibly do a little shopping. If anyone has any FAVORITES please share!

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    As far as shopping, this site is really good, Chris has or can get whatever you want.Lancaster archery is good too.

    I really like hunting net.com for reports. When you go to the site there is a bowhunting tab with a lot of reports and tests of equipment.
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    Ditto. Use the Online link at the top of the page, or go to [url]WWW.LancasterArchery.com., or call 1 800 829 7408. These sites are about all you will ever need for online purchases.

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    For sure check out our online store. There are lots of online stores now but also a lot of internet stores are run out of garages or basements. There service is not always the best.

    Since we are a real full time archery pro shop, our service will be superior. The other good one would be lancaster but I think we are cheaper in most cases.
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    Well Randall, looks like you found three people who agree right off the bat! The stars are aligned.
    Do you have a good Pro shop anywhere nearby? I mean a good one, as skilled local archers have told you. Not a Cabela's or Bass Pro Shop or one in a garage.
    If a place is half a day there and back, it's nearby.

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    Well, i really appreciate the suggestions. i'm sure there will be a few purchases from this site.

    about the local shops.... i live in st. cloud, MN. so the only two that i have found has been archery country and mikes archery. I haven't decided which one is the better place, but mikes archery is the new store and has a ten person 20 yard range and a 3D range that can also be use for 30 and 40 yards. so i've been going there to site my bow in. even though i have yet to get into the 3D and 30/40 yard.

    again thanks.

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    I have purchased several items from this site and the service and prices are excellent. Chris runs a tight ship.
    Another good place to get stuff from, which I have used in the past, is Keystonecountrystore.com. Chris' prices are better though...

    Ron

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    Default Eagle Archery

    I have done a lot of business with Eagle Archery. Never had a problem.

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