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bubbacrabb
10-04-2009, 02:18 PM
This is the only place i ever see people post stuff on this forum. I seen on archery talk something about a guy heard that Martin sold out something along the extent that they were done. I dont want to spread rumors, i just want to know if this is true. I surely hope not. I have shot Martin bows sense I was a kid, and thats not too too long, I want to buy my girl a new Martin bow, but if the warranty and customer service aint going to be there that sucks. I am praying for the Martin company that this rumor is not true, and that they're best in the business customer service is here to stay.

Montalaar
10-04-2009, 02:29 PM
This is the only place i ever see people post stuff on this forum. I seen on archery talk something about a guy heard that Martin sold out something along the extent that they were done. I dont want to spread rumors, i just want to know if this is true. I surely hope not. I have shot Martin bows sense I was a kid, and thats not too too long, I want to buy my girl a new Martin bow, but if the warranty and customer service aint going to be there that sucks. I am praying for the Martin company that this rumor is not true, and that they're best in the business customer service is here to stay.

You better tell those guys who set those rumours in the world to shut up...

CraigK
10-05-2009, 12:40 AM
Man alive I hope not !! Just got my first Martin bow..
I imagine not though, I never seen nor heard anything like that.
I would think someone from Martin Archery would post something like that on this site,

Montalaar
10-05-2009, 02:25 AM
Shawn and Joel from Martin already said something about that.

Martin has not been sold out to anyone and will bring us some new bows 2010 which will lead to another great year for Martin/Rytera.

bubbacrabb
10-05-2009, 07:04 PM
good deal, sounds good! would rather squash the rumor, than let it go around like wildfire.

Robert58
10-06-2009, 04:33 PM
Sure glad to hear everything is ok. I have been shooting Martin bows since I got back into Archery and have no desire to ever shoot any other brand.

Robert