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Online Bow supplies #5283411 09/02/14 02:21 AM
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Is there a good online bow store that has cheap or free shipping that is also tax free? Or is it just as cheap to go to cabelas

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These guys have good pricing and free shipping
http://www.walnutcreekoutdoors.com/default.asp



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I buy EVERY thing on line but it's traditional now, Lancaster, Three Rivers and with care Ebay. Before going wheel-less I had so many sponsors I rarely had to buy anything.

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Yup I know one. No tax and very little freight.

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If your wife is like mine, she has an Amazon Prime acct and that works pretty good too.
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If you are looking for Black Gold, Spot Hogg or Tight Spot I can help you.


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http://www.bowhunterssuperstore.com

I started using this place. They have military, police fire and first responders discount. Told them that I had been a paramedic, and they gav me the discount.

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southshorearcherysupply.com is another good one to check out.


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Originally Posted By: Terry Chester


thats where i get most of my stuff i use. if the item is out of stock they will ask if you want to wait or want a refund, or credit. great customer service.

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Have only made one order with them but they are the top of my list.

Working on another list of gear to get before Christmas.

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Re: Online Bow supplies [Re: Brother in-law] #5375501 10/23/14 02:32 PM
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I ordered through bowhunters whorehouse a little back in the day. I even bought some arrows off of camofire.com a couple years ago. If the proshop is just ridiculously higher in price it's difficult not to buy online. But I always enjoyed going into Trophy Archery and getting guidance, advice and service for just a little more so I started using the proshops for many of my needs. I'm sure buying online is great. You can do it from home, work or on your mobile device. Never see the face of another person. Electronic transfer of monies and a package on the front door step a few days later. Until you have a problem. Then folks run to the proshop and want personal service, with a smile, for a little or nothing. They don't support the proshop and build a business relationship with them then want to be treated like gold just because they suddenly burst through their door with their once in a while issues. If you live a long way from a proshop or archery service center I can see it. But just because you save a few bucks here and there it's not really worth it to me. I would rather pay a few dollars more for a rest, have it installed on my bow correctly at the proshop. A few practice points, fletchings or tube of glue may cost a little more there, but picking it up while there and spending an extra 75 cents for it does more for keeping that relationship working and those doors open so when I do NEED them, hopefully I have already laid the foundation for the response everyone hopes for.
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Originally Posted By: passthru
I ordered through bowhunters whorehouse a little back in the day. I even bought some arrows off of camofire.com a couple years ago. If the proshop is just ridiculously higher in price it's difficult not to buy online. But I always enjoyed going into Trophy Archery and getting guidance, advice and service for just a little more so I started using the proshops for many of my needs. I'm sure buying online is great. You can do it from home, work or on your mobile device. Never see the face of another person. Electronic transfer of monies and a package on the front door step a few days later. Until you have a problem. Then folks run to the proshop and want personal service, with a smile, for a little or nothing. They don't support the proshop and build a business relationship with them then want to be treated like gold just because they suddenly burst through their door with their once in a while issues. If you live a long way from a proshop or archery service center I can see it. But just because you save a few bucks here and there it's not really worth it to me. I would rather pay a few dollars more for a rest, have it installed on my bow correctly at the proshop. A few practice points, fletchings or tube of glue may cost a little more there, but picking it up while there and spending an extra 75 cents for it does more for keeping that relationship working and those doors open so when I do NEED them, hopefully I have already laid the foundation for the response everyone hopes for.
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Only problem is that every proshop I've gone to has their stuff priced half-again more than what online suppliers charge, and they always have a bad attitude about helping me. I'm better off just to order the parts and tools online and do it myself.


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Re: Online Bow supplies [Re: Brother in-law] #5376489 10/24/14 12:23 AM
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What are you looking for bil? I might be able to help with some stuff.

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Some of tactical cowboy, have to save a few bucks. When you live on a fixed income and only get a 1.3 percent col raise evry couple of years have to be frugal.

I am sorry if you had a bad experience with Bowhunters international warehouse. I had a great experience.

The professional that I have to work on my crossbow was the person who suggested them. He is very aware of my situation. Brother in law might be in the same situation. When I can I do purchase from from bigger places and spend exorbant amounts of money. Sure would love to have at bone steak for dinner this weekend, but I will most likely have a hamburger steak if that's ok with you.

Have a great day.

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Didn't say I had a bad experience with Bowhunters warehouse. I just said that I believe in supporting my local proshops. Just like I believe in shopping at stores in my home town when possible to support the local business and tax base. Sometimes it's a financial choice, and I stated I understand that. My income is fixed, 2% col raise each year, unless I decide to go back to work. And I'm blessed no doubt. I hear what you are saying. I just don't completely agree, or disagree, with you.


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