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    Default Indoor Archery Range in Wasilla

    Just curious - how much interest would there be in an indoor archery range in the Wasilla/Palmer area this fall and winter? I have a building where a 30 yard range could be set up.

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    There is already a range in Wasilla just behind or West a block from the Yamaha shop of KGB road.

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    yamaha shop on KGB? is it a new shop? roughly what mile of KGB?
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    Okay, I'm interested in both - I live off KGB, ride Yamahas and I'm getting ready to start learning bow hunting with my first bow...Where are these businesses?

    BAC 59 - Where is your building? Even if you don't open an officially sanctioned range, if you have a heated building I'd gladly shoot you a few dollars every now and then for a chance to come in out of the cold with my son and sling some arrows. I'll have to wait until winter of 2010 though. I'm stuck in Afghanistan till next spring.

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    Its screaming eagle archery on park ave. its behind the vfw.

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    Okay, judging by where it is, I'd say that's Team CC, not the Yamaha shop it is near. Team CC is Suzuki, and Ski Doo I believe.

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    Drove down the parks and looked and it was the Suzuki shop, sorry. In my mind I sas a big yellow building. Screaming Eagle has a 20 yard indoor range. I am looking forward to some trad shooing hookups this winter. Good guys at the counter.

    Sorry about the mistake,

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    No problem, Performance Yamaha is only about another mile up the parks from there anyway. I'm looking forward to learning archery myself. I've only shot a compound bow a couple of times, and that was about 20 years ago. I am a complete beginner.

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    Default variety is good

    It would be nice to have more than 20 yards if you have it.

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    Better lock it up to a tree with anchor chain or someone will STEAL IT!

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