08-16-2013, 05:51 PM
Join Date: Apr 2013
Bow Hunting quick question about Hunter's Friend
Ok so I've never hunted in a place like where I'm moving.
When I lived in a city or heavily populated area before, I'd just leave the guns back at my pop's house and forget about getting out to do anything (except some handgun practice and plinking)
Now I'm moving back to an area where you can't use long guns, and the best way to deer hunt is bow.
I've got the better half enrolled in classes, and I'm up next. I've never done this before, but I figure it'll be worth the fun.
The question: Are the "ready to shoot" combos at Hunter's Friend a good start once we have our classes done and are ready to buy?
Or should I try to find a local shop once I get moved?
The prices seem more competitive than the big outdoor retail type stores I've checked (Bass Pro, Gander).
I figure there's more than a few bow hunters in this bunch who can at least confirm Hunter's Friend as a place to buy. It seems to be the "Quadratec" or "Morris" of the bow hunting bunch.
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