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  • May 14, 2013 at 8:18 am #577903 Back to Top REPORT

    Bowkill145

    Joined: 3/21/2011
    Does anybody know what happen to my dealership. Its called indian mountain archery it is in the rochester ny area it is owned and ran by a great guy Phil Race. His web site is down and his phone has been disconnected with no forwarding number. Just wondering what happened to him he is a great tech , shooting coach and all around great guy. Any info would be appreciated.
    July 1, 2013 at 1:34 pm #582537 Back to Top REPORT

    z725

    Age: 34
    Joined: 7/1/2013
    Odd, isn’t it? I was wondering the same thing. I live in Rochester too and was planning on purchasing a few things for this upcoming season but I cannot find a way to contact him. I bought my bow Z7 from Phil and would love to give him more business if he hasn’t closed down. He’s a true expert and bow hunting professional. If anyone knows how to reach him please reply.
    July 10, 2013 at 10:28 am #583761 Back to Top REPORT

    hornsandhides

    Joined: 7/10/2013
    Location: NEW YORK
    Guys,

    Phil decided to pack up his operations and relocated to his cabin/hunting property to relax more and work on his “bucket list”. From what he told me he is still involved in archery and has built a shop at that location but it is downscaled from what he had and will be just working on bows, no sales. I was a close neighbor/customer of his and wished I had gotten some contact info as well as I’m not sure if he will advertise in anyway. If I hear anything in the future, I will be sure to post…he is definatley one of the best!

    July 10, 2013 at 10:37 pm #583849 Back to Top REPORT

    Manzgear

    Joined: 10/7/2012
    I just bought my Z7 from Phil when they came out a while back and yeah that sucks cause Phil is an awesome guy
    and if anyone hears where or how to contact him please PM me..  I used to go and shoot there even though I live in Buffalo.
    and If I moved to ALaska I would never go anywhere but there to have my bow taken care of… this sucks.
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