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Slow at the Archery Shops #7752966 02/21/20 11:35 PM
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Took a ride today to look into some new arrows. In talking to the owner of my local Archery shop, I asked how things were going.

He said this time of year its slow. With that said, if you've been tire kicking on getting something new (quiver, release, etc), go spend a few dollars.


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Re: Slow at the Archery Shops [Re: Hopedale] #7753023 02/22/20 12:26 AM
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Yup, this is the tough time of the year for Archery shops. Great time for accessories, string change, tuning..... Good time to try and get a new bow if you are thinking about one as well. generally shops have more bandwidth this time of the year to give more attention to the needs of customers. Nothing like working in a shop the last few weeks before season. If in the Spring and early Summer you get your bow right you can avoid the rush in the late Summer and fall.


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Re: Slow at the Archery Shops [Re: kmon1] #7753385 02/22/20 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by kmon1
Yup, this is the tough time of the year for Archery shops. Great time for accessories, string change, tuning..... Good time to try and get a new bow if you are thinking about one as well. generally shops have more bandwidth this time of the year to give more attention to the needs of customers. Nothing like working in a shop the last few weeks before season. If in the Spring and early Summer you get your bow right you can avoid the rush in the late Summer and fall.



Yep, plan on getting a new site next month. Need to pay off my current charges on the credit card.


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