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Used to go to Broxson's but they no longer do anything archery. Where is a good place to get my arrows cut to length?

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As much hunting that takes place around here, it’s surprising we don’t have a better archery shop than Mikes. There used to be the gun connection, archery overload, mikes, and buck and bass. I only use mikes because it’s the only option. Personally I think the archery shop is a joke. I’ve had some really terrible work done. I took my bow to archery pro shop in Saraland last time and was most impressed.
 

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There's probably a YouTube video that will teach you how to do it yourself! That's how I figured out how to replace my own garage door torsion springs and saved myself about $200!
 

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There's probably a YouTube video that will teach you how to do it yourself! That's how I figured out how to replace my own garage door torsion springs and saved myself about $200!
It’s easy to do the issue is most people don’t have the correct saw to do it. I’ve cut thousands of arrows, it takes less than a min for a dozen with the right setup.
 

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As much hunting that takes place around here, it’s surprising we don’t have a better archery shop than Mikes. There used to be the gun connection, archery overload, mikes, and buck and bass. I only use mikes because it’s the only option. Personally I think the archery shop is a joke. I’ve had some really terrible work done. I took my bow to archery pro shop in Saraland last time and was most impressed.
This is exactly why I am buying a bow press, building a draw board, and buying an arrow saw. Saraland is probably the best one around besides the one that use to be in Atmore.
 

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It’s easy to do the issue is most people don’t have the correct saw to do it. I’ve cut thousands of arrows, it takes less than a min for a dozen with the right setup.
Wanna cut some arrows I will make it worth your time!

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As much hunting that takes place around here, it’s surprising we don’t have a better archery shop than Mikes. There used to be the gun connection, archery overload, mikes, and buck and bass. I only use mikes because it’s the only option. Personally I think the archery shop is a joke. I’ve had some really terrible work done. I took my bow to archery pro shop in Saraland last time and was most impressed.
I had Mike's restring my bow and the guy acted like I was nuts when I took it back and needed the peep lowered. My sight was maxed out and I still couldn't get it to shoot right. He tried to tell me that wouldn't fix it, but did it anyway, funny enough it shot perfect after that.
 

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It's a bit of a drive but World Champion Outdoors in Atmore is great. The owner Tom is an old school bow tech that can do it all
 

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Used to go to Broxson's but they no longer do anything archery. Where is a good place to get my arrows cut to length?

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I’m not setup to do anything right now. In the middle of a move and everything’s packed up
 

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You can build a jig for pretty cheap. Plenty of youtube videos on building one. Biggest expense is the dremel and blade.

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