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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-02-2017, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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Pro Shops in and near Montco

Hi All,


I have been out of the archery / bowhunting loop for the past 4 years.


I used to go to D & S Archery in Barto. Now that they are closed, I need to find a new pro shop in the area.


Looking for suggestions.


Thanks.

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Not dedicated archery shops but 2 I have dealt with. Tanners Sporting goods on Old York road in Warrington has a good bow guy ,Dan. That's who I use now. Range upstairs to tune it in
Years ago I went to Claytons on 611 in Horsham . Clayton Jr. was the bow guy. He set me up with my first bow

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I live 10 min. From Lansdale and Dan Neebe gets all my Business. Bout a 35 min ride, but his prices and talent CANNOT be beat! Google "Bow For It" archery!!

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French Creek outfitters. If archery is where your heart is... The bow techs there are awesome.

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Jabbs would be the closest to you. He sells Elite bows.

Neebe's is good also.

For checking out all that is new Lancaster Archery is worth the road trip.
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I thought you were in Barto. sorry Jabbs is in east greenville, not as close since your in Lansdale.
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I wouldn't give a dime to French creek outfitters. There best tech ever was Moose and he left years ago for Lancaster archery. They are way overpriced and techs are SUB PAR!
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I wouldn't give a dime to French creek outfitters. There best tech ever was Moose and he left years ago for Lancaster archery. They are way overpriced and techs are SUB PAR!
This is why I work on my own stuff or go to LAS & Jabbs.
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Thanks everyone, I went to Dan Neebe when I first started bowhunting back in the mid to late '70s, have used both Tanner's and French Creek for guns, might have to look into Jab's as I am interested in the Elite bows, I've been a BowTech guy though.

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when and why did they close ? I liked that shop alot
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