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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    still need a employee... that .02 come with benies , room an board perhaps all turkey a guy can shoot... must be something....lmao
    If I weren't married and have grandkids that would be much more tempting. Especially the room and board notion. I'd even supply the sledge hammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    If I weren't married and have grandkids that would be much more tempting. Especially the room and board notion. I'd even supply the sledge hammer.
    me to, but she might enjoy the quiet time... and i have files I can get anything to fit ..no need fer duct tape....lmao
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    Insurance is always a must when you have a shop full of other people's things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    Insurance is always a must when you have a shop full of other people's things.
    Ain't that the truth!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Yep I knew I forgot something a computer program for chronograph and arrows. Thanks archerdad!



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    Okay here we go!
    1. Paper tuning rack
    2. The Super Shooter (shooting machine)
    3. Draw weight scale
    4. Arrow weight scale
    5. Ordered my Chronograph
    6. Ordered my tri pod for the chrono
    7. video cam h speed
    8. Insurance
    9. 0T2 program
    10.spine tester/ arrow spinner
    11. lighting


    Ouch this is gonna hurt the wallet.

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    Default While your at it!

    Seeing as your going all in Hutch,you know,in for a penny in for a pound.I think your going to need a hundred yard indoor range!Blow out that basement wall and let the reno's begin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skbengal View Post
    Seeing as your going all in Hutch,you know,in for a penny in for a pound.I think your going to need a hundred yard indoor range!Blow out that basement wall and let the reno's begin!
    Would love too! But it looks like 20yards 4 lanes wide is all I have in the basement. I have 70 to 80 yards out side though.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Would love too! But it looks like 20yards 4 lanes wide is all I have in the basement. I have 70 to 80 yards out side though.




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    I did look into insurance when I and some farmers tried to put a Archery club together. We needed insurance to cover damage, theft to our equipment, Targets, etc. plus if you have arrows flying, you'll need it for liability purposes. Some county ordinances actually require that you have a certain amount of coverage or you cannot open shop. We never got our club together...too much bickering. I don't know if your thinking about having a public range but IBO and the other Organizations will cover your insurance if you hold at least one sanctioned event.

    But one thing is that the range must be a certain measurement for it to be used. We had a Shop in Spokane that actually had to change locations just to make sure that the range was legal. The range they were using wasn't high enough for safety reason.
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    Well Double S, we are only using it for our tuning bows and arrows purposes. I wouldn't mind having a shooting range for public. But right now we are going to do strings, an advance tuning. Once I get that going we will see about selling arrows and components. To much to fast is how most companies fail. My last business was in the bicycle business. It was a good business but we grew to fast and I decided it was better to get out of it before it consumed me.



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