The Lancaster Archery Supply Experience: Buying and Building My New Bow

The Lancaster Archery Supply Experience: Buying and Building My New Bow

36 Replies to “The Lancaster Archery Supply Experience: Buying and Building My New Bow”

  1. Sir where can i get a compound or a traditional take down recurve riser left hand handle 30 or 50pound draw weight any brand-tel 59650434 mauri

  2. What a great place, the archery super store! If your in northern California stop by Wilderness Archery in Rocklin, they are the premier archery shop in nor cal. Great service and selection, owned, operated and staffed by archers and bow hunters!

  3. Love to see someone finally actually try several bows and pick the one they like and let go of the "BRAND KOOK AID" so common today.

  4. When he first grabs a Triax off the rack, he grabs a left-handed bow, and when he is determining where to put the nock point, he says center-shot. Nock height and center shot are two different things!

  5. I plan on hopefully picking up a new bow in about a month and was wondering if all that set up work is done complementary when buying a new bow or if it costs extra for stuff such as rest installation and paper tuning?

  6. A 3 hour ride for me but it may be worth it for my next bow. Hard to find a better selection of bows to try.

  7. Nice video and sweet store. Check out a custom string stop for your next accessory, helps quite a bit with the lower limb vibrations the RX1 has. Good hunting!

  8. If only I can grow a mustache like that! lol You guys have a great shop! at the end of the video he can get rid of the kisser button or figure out a better anchor. Looks like it is going to rip a nostril lol.

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