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Offline TonyKnuckles

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Central NJ Folks
« on: September 13, 2013, 10:44:00 AM »
Hi All,

Very new to traditional archery - came into a Super Kodiak when my grandfather passed and loved shooting it.  It is 55#, which I felt/am told is difficult to learn on so I also got my hands on a 45# Grizzly (I am a hefty guy and have no problem pulling that at 30").  Anyway I am loving the sport and was wondering where guys in Central NJ go to shoot.  I know there is a public range in Union County and I often shoot into the woods behind my house... but know it isn't ideal.  I am in New Brunswick, by the way (yes there are a few spots with woods in that town!).

Also, any thoughts on good local shops?  I know Efingers carries some trad bow gear and I think the Heritage Guild in Branchburg does as well.  Any other suggestions?

By the way I did browse/search the forum for info on this and didn't find much for Central NJ - hope I'm not being redundant!

Thanks in advance!

Offline njloco

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Re: Central NJ Folks
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2013, 07:32:00 PM »
Hello Tony,

Being in the New Brunswick area, you have a couple of good choices, the closest being Wa-xo-be in South Brunswick, and Blacknightsbowbenders in Jackson N.J., just passed the Jackson outlets on Rt. 537, both being great clubs

Good luck
  • Leon Stewart 3pc. 64" R/D 51# @ 27"
  • Gordy Morey 2pc. 68" R/D 55# @ 28"
  • Hoyt Pro Medalist, 70" 42# @ 28" (1963)
  • Bear Tamerlane 66" 30# @ 28" (1966)- for my better half
  • Bear Kodiak 60" 47# @ 28"(1965)

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