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Title: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on July 31, 2021, 12:09:11 PM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: hughjorgan on July 31, 2021, 01:16:31 PM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.

Did they set up or 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis on your sight for you? Or check your cam lean for you?
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on July 31, 2021, 01:35:12 PM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.

Did they set up or 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis on your sight for you? Or check your cam lean for you?

I have no idea. I did my own sighting. But they're a Matthews certified shop and are sponsored by Matthews in national events. I would assume they did what needed to be done.  :dunno:
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: hughjorgan on July 31, 2021, 03:06:11 PM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.

Did they set up or 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis on your sight for you? Or check your cam lean for you?

I have no idea. I did my own sighting. But they're a Matthews certified shop and are sponsored by Matthews in national events. I would assume they did what needed to be done.  :dunno:

Might want to ask them if they did… your going to want to have it done.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on July 31, 2021, 04:49:14 PM
Ok, I will ask. Thank you!
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on August 03, 2021, 01:04:27 PM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.

Did they set up or 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis on your sight for you? Or check your cam lean for you?

Only one axis on my sight and yes, the cam lean was checked and the factory spacing is spot on
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: hughjorgan on August 03, 2021, 01:49:33 PM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.

Did they set up or 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis on your sight for you? Or check your cam lean for you?

Only one axis on my sight and yes, the cam lean was checked and the factory spacing is spot on

Sounds like a great shop that took care of you. Congrats on the new bow!
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on August 04, 2021, 06:40:43 AM
I bought a consigned Matthews Halon 32 from Archery World in Vancouver. They only make 10% on their consignments. But, they set mine up with my rest, sight, new peep, tight spot quiver mount, and stabilizer mount. I got the peep positioned and they did the serving for it. No charge for any of this work because they're my go-to shop. I'm always impressed with their service but seldom surprised. If you're in Lacey, Battleground, or Vancouver and haven't used them, I'd suggest going in.

Did they set up or 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis on your sight for you? Or check your cam lean for you?

Only one axis on my sight and yes, the cam lean was checked and the factory spacing is spot on

Sounds like a great shop that took care of you. Congrats on the new bow!

They are great. It shoots so flat and smooth compared to the old Hoyt, it's heads and tails above. 11 years ago, I had a Reflex and the limbs delaminated at full draw, and this was three weeks before the hunting trip. Joe overnighted it to Hoyt. They gave me full warranty refund plus a paid upgrade. Then Joe set it up and had me running within 4 days from the day I brought in the Reflex. This is one of the reasons I'm so pro pro-shop.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: trophyhunt on August 04, 2021, 06:52:39 AM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: cem3434 on August 04, 2021, 07:05:29 AM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.

It is and Ryan is a great guy.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: lamrith on August 04, 2021, 11:11:15 AM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.

It is and Ryan is a great guy.
Bummer he went so far away.  I liked him and his work on my bows over the years.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on August 04, 2021, 12:05:20 PM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.

It is and Ryan is a great guy.
Bummer he went so far away.  I liked him and his work on my bows over the years.

Lacey's not that far from Tacoma is it? 27 miles.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: hughjorgan on August 04, 2021, 12:06:17 PM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.

It is and Ryan is a great guy.
Bummer he went so far away.  I liked him and his work on my bows over the years.

He is at location in Lacey. There are a number of archery world locations, including battle ground and trout dale…. https://www.archeryworld.net/
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: lamrith on August 04, 2021, 12:24:44 PM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.

It is and Ryan is a great guy.
Bummer he went so far away.  I liked him and his work on my bows over the years.

Lacey's not that far from Tacoma is it? 27 miles.

He is at location in Lacey. There are a number of archery world locations, including battle ground and trout dale…. https://www.archeryworld.net/

OP posted about Archery World in Vancouver, then someone said Ryan went to Archery world. 1+1= Ryan is in vancouver.  Didn't realize they have multiple locations.
Title: Re: New Bow from Archery World - Review
Post by: pianoman9701 on August 04, 2021, 12:28:43 PM
Isn't this the business Ryan Black moved to from Sportco?  If so, Ryan is my go to guy for bow repairs/adjustments.

It is and Ryan is a great guy.
Bummer he went so far away.  I liked him and his work on my bows over the years.

Lacey's not that far from Tacoma is it? 27 miles.

He is at location in Lacey. There are a number of archery world locations, including battle ground and trout dale…. https://www.archeryworld.net/

OP posted about Archery World in Vancouver, then someone said Ryan went to Archery world. 1+1= Ryan is in vancouver.  Didn't realize they have multiple locations.
Now you know.  :tup: Vancouver, Troutdale OR, Lacey, and Battleground.
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