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    cleveland ohio archery shops???

    just wondering where some quality archery shops are near cleveland ohio, looking for someone to help me setup my new bow, help with tuning, timing, and "work on some kinks", i tried gander mountain and they arnt to helpfull most of the time, so where does everyone go near cleveland??? How is fin feather and fur in ashland with bow work?



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    i would guess fin feather & fur is about 1 1/2 hours from you. there is a great bowshop just east of akron which would be closer for you. i will try to get you directions or an address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gju42486 View Post
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    oh...have no idea. TTT maybe someone does.
    fin fur feather is about like gander mountain etc
    american sportsman on 82 west of strongsville, but they can be idiots at times, but have an indoor range
    keep bumping the thread, I'd like to know
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    You could come about an hour west and go to J's Bowshop here in Port Clinton. He's a BowTech dealer, but he can get that Hoyt right for ya.
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    there out of business

    Quote Originally Posted by CWG View Post
    oh...have no idea. TTT maybe someone does.
    fin fur feather is about like gander mountain etc
    american sportsman on 82 west of strongsville, but they can be idiots at times, but have an indoor range
    keep bumping the thread, I'd like to know

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    paul- anymore info on j's? maybe ill swing by, you work there? pm me if youd like

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    Geauga Bow and Outdoor in Middlefield will take good care of you. They have a 20 yd. indoor range and can tune your bow and help you with any other problems you might have. Stop and see Tom (owner) or Larry. Here is their address :
    Geauga Bow & Outdoor Sports
    15622 W High St (St. Rt.87) Middlefield,Ohio 44062
    (440) 632-12459
    ATHENS FACTORY STAFF SHOOTER WWW.ATHENSARCHERY.COM
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    Don's archery is off E 305 and rt. 2. They also have an indoor range. There is also a great place in Avon, I believe the name is north coast shooting supply...great place. It has been a while since I have been to the shop in avon.

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    is dons a pretty quality shop? that seems like the closest one but i wouldnt mind a little drive for some good knowledge and work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohioarcher300 View Post
    there out of business
    well not surprizing....
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    surprised there isnt more around cleveland, tried a google search with no results as well

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    north coast is gone.

    gander mtn in sheffield has belinda from pierce's. the archery section isnt all that bad.....just dealing with corporate can be. the staff at the sheffield store is pretty good.

    american sportsman as a range is gone. the shop is currently moving about a mile west in to the accurate firearms store.

    don's in willoughby.

    walker's in vermilion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gju42486 View Post
    paul- anymore info on j's? maybe ill swing by, you work there? pm me if youd like
    PM sent.
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    awesome, thanks paul

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    what ever happened to Walkers Bow bend in Brownhelm Twp. out by Vermillion? Used to be some trophy Buck hunters around there years ago (10+) when I hunted with a stick bow.

    Lorain/Medina Counties would be wide open for a good shop. Pierces used to be the top spot for years.

    I just don't care for G.M.

    Someone with a nice sized pole barn and a little extra coin could cash in on an open market here.

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    DONS! Friendly, honest excellent service. Can get you anything you need.
    Great little shop with the only range around.

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    awesome thanks guys, looks like ill be checking out dons and j's.

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    Pro Shops

    Go to loneeaglebowmen.com
    click on local archery shops and there are names, addresses and phone numbers.
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    Hunters Outlet (Portage Archery) in Suffield

    I will head down there some time with you if you want to go.

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    If your coming South,D&D Archery near Mansfield(419-589-9767) is about 10 minutes South of Fin Feather,D&D is a small shop,but you will be treated better then most big store's,and Dick Ward will get it right the first time.Shop hours are 5-9pm Mon,Tue,Thur,Fri 11am-4 pm on Saturday's.

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