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    What can you tell me about their shop? Haven't been in business to long. Has anyone shopped/shot in there? What kind of prices and gear do they have? Any info is greatly appreciated.

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    Stopped in briefly a while back. Mostly a compound bow place but the owner dose own a Howard Hill longbow. I think he had a 3 or 4 lane shooting range. Sorry that's all I know.
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    I bought a new Mathews Hyperlite from them a couple of months ago. They did a fine job setting up the bow and have given excellent service. They seem like good folks! I'll go back again.

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    Seemed like nice guys. Prices were about 10% higher on most items than Sportsmans except for arrows where they were about even. I'd gladly pay 10% extra to a local shop with knowledge. I bought a Ripcord rest while in there. That's about all I know.
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    Where are they? Wasilla, Palmer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    Where are they? Wasilla, Palmer?
    Wasilla off of KGB on Park

    I test fired some bows there and wound up picking up a Scott Shark release last weekend

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    Let's hear it for another local shop!!! Although I must admit last time I was in Sportsman (in Anchorage) they did a great job taking the time to help me out, certainly wasn't a walmart type job. I only went there because backcountry archery in Anchorage was closed and it was the only time I had open. Still a good experience but I prefer to give the money to a local.

    How about an adress and phone # for the new local shop?

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    I'm interested in contact info, too.

    Also, what bow lines do they sell?

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    They got me set up with a new bow at the end of July. They had the bow I was looking for in stock, and got me fully outfitted and tuned up nicely. Great folks to chat and deal with as well. Would certainly do business with them again.

    I purchased a Mathews, but believe they have Hoyt as well as a couple others.

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    Screaming Eagle is a great local shop. The guys are very knowledgeable and personable. I pickup up some broad heads and had my bow tuned up. Great job and quick turnaround time.
    I believe that they have 6-8 Lanes and had a half dozen 3-D targets in the corner as well.
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    200 Park Ave, Wasilla AK

    (907) 376-2699
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    I went out Sunday and spent an Hour shooting out there. They have a great stock of sights,releases,about anything else you could think of. Professional/class Act out there. I like to see more support of local businesses.

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