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    Bow tuning

    I live in readington looking to get my bow tuned up before the season. I also need to get my oldest sons bow set up he has a Mathews mission and need to get a new bow for my youngest son. Who do you guys use? Has anyone ever used Heritage Guild in Branchburg

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    you can try Strictly Archery on route 57 in Washington or The Owl's Nest in Phillipsburg

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    I have been impressed with Strictly Archery. The owners are very knowledgeable on archery and proper shooting form. They have strong opinions about certain brands, but Ray is great with kids instruction.

    Have never bought a bow from Owl's Nest, but have bought other archery stuff there. Very nice staff. They also make new bow strings in house.

    Heritage Guild Branchburg, I would stay away. Unless you are just buying a bow and tuning yourself. Couple people I know bought bows there and were not happy with service. Multiple trips to fix minor issues.

    If you ever end up in a pinch get in touch with me. I have a small archery shop in my basement. I tune my own bows and bows for friends, plus make up arrows.
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    Woodbridge Arms and Archery Dominic is the man.
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    x2 for Woodbridge also. Tough hours to get to the shop, but a great shop and Dominic is awesome.
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    Another plug for Dom in Woodbridge. He knows his stuff for sure.
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    Dominic Woodbridge

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    Vinny at Cheyenne mountain outfitters is the best there is

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    I'll also recommend Dom at Woodbridge arms and archery. Although he's probably really backed up this close to the season.

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    Happy, any luck on getting what you have been looking for?
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