Appalachian Archery

Archery shop and 3D archery Range. Elite and Ross Bows as well as other major brands.


Appalachian Archery

Appalachian Archery has a very limited stock of the CamX X330 crossbow package. $475!!!!!! Regularly $899. Get yours today.

Appalachian Archery has a very limited stock of the CamX X330 crossbow package. $475!!!!!! Regularly $899. Get yours today.

Updated list of inventory

UPDATED LIST OF CURRENT INVENTORY! Also have more Tek Hybrid Pros available for $200. LH Elite QAD HDx now in stock. Message, Text 606-278-9214 for more info.

Stop in and get the new Elite Valor at Appalachian Archery! We have a 60# and two 50#, perfect for ladies and youth!

New load of Discounted Elite bows! Don’t forget to ask about our Elite QAD HDX and CBE Tek Hybrid bundle deals!!! Prices are in list pics. Thanks for shopping with Appalachian Archery!

Stop in and try the new R35 today! Best prices and service around guaranteed!!!

[03/26/19]   Appalachian Archery has a new shipment of Ritual 35s arriving today! Stop in or contact us to give one a try!

$450 on all VICTORY AND IMPULSE MODELS. E35s $500.

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Use the following link for 10% off all our products for Valentines Day! Enter VALENTINE in discount code during checkout. Appalachian Archery

Updated list of bows available.

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Course is set and ready for the weekend! Lots of new targets to shoot this season! We will also have some new McKenzie Speed Bags for sale as several used targets. Please share.



Appalachian Archery will have this in stock early next week!

We’re ready to roll.


Elite Archery

Thanks to everyone at Appalachian Archery for a great year! They're on the 2018 Elite Top 100 Dealer List - if you're around the Monticello, Kentucky area - head over to the shop and give the team some congratulations!


Large load of new Elite Energy 35s. Also other new bows.

Appalachian Archery has several new Elite bows in stock at great prices. New Victory 39 and 37 $550 shipped!
We also have the Ritual 33 and Ritual 30 in stock.

The New R30!!!!
MAP is $999

[10/16/18]   Appalachian Archery now has the Ritual 30” in stock! Very limited supply!
Black 60# 28”DL
Realtree Edge 70# 29” DL

Huge blowout on 2017 V39 bows! $550 shipped! Many colors and poundages available.

Appalachian Archery has several used Elite bows for sale at incredible prices. Call, pm or text with questions.

GAS Bowstrings

Purchasing a New Set of Bowstrings

There are a ton of options out there when choosing a new set of strings for your bow, but how do you choose….?

To answer this question, first you need to put yourself into a category:

1. I’m an archer/bowhunter who does all my own bow work or I have a friend or family member that does all my bow work

2. I’m an archer/bowhunter who utilizes a pro shop to do my bow work

If you’re in category 1, you can support your local pro shop and purchase a set of strings from them, or you can buy directly from one of many aftermarket string companies.

Although there are many options, look for those that offer a guarantee with their products against common issues such as: peep rotation, elongation (creep) and serving separation. If the company isn’t willing to stand behind their products, that’s probably a good indicator of quality.

Also, there is a wide range of prices in aftermarket strings. What makes a $150 set of strings better than a $100 set or even a $50 set? Every string manufacturer out there is saying that their strings, regardless of price, are the best made and many of them even claim to have some mystery magic that nobody else has. So, if everyone’s strings are the best, why the wide price range? Could the $50 set of strings be just as good as the $150 set? The short answer for that is no or very unlikely, but there are a few major factors for prices. One of them is being the companies cost to produce them. The material costs to build quality strings can vary some depending on the volume that the string company does, but that difference is very minuscule. The material cost to build strings is very small, leaving labor and overhead as the biggest driving forces behind cost. Let’s face it, without a company making a profit, there is no company, but as a consumer, you shouldn’t have to pay for inefficiencies in production or bad business decisions that result in an increased cost of the product. The next factor is quality vs. perceived quality. It’s somewhat of a “get what you paid for” scenario, but only up to a certain extent. I would agree as I previously mentioned, that you’d be hard pressed to find a good string set at $50 that would rival the quality of anything in the $100+ category, but this is probably as far as it goes. In most cases, a good quality set of strings is going to be at least $100. When you get into the $100-$150 range, price really has no significant bearing on the quality of the product. Basically saying, if you tested 10 different sets ranging from $100 - $150, the results wouldn’t likely match in order of price. Your $150 set could be in last and your $100 could win the test. So, the message here is don’t skimp on your strings for a “cheap” set, but once you start exploring the higher price category, cost isn’t an indicator of quality.

Lastly, when trying to decide what strings to get, do a little research. See what companies know their stuff and back it with service. See who’s willing to talk “tech” and get you the information you need, or who’s just looking to grab another sale. Don’t be afraid to call up, ask questions and educate yourself. Calling or emailing a company for info is in no way an obligation to buy. You’re the customer and $100+ is a lot of money, so spend it where you have confidence.

On to category #2. This one is much easier…. Go to your local archery shop! That’s what they’re there for. They have a working relationship with one or possibly several different string manufacturers that they trust. They put new strings on bows and install them every day, so they can attest to the quality, workmanship and customer service they get with that company. Plus, supporting your local pro shop, supports the heart and backbone of the archery industry. Most pro shops will charge for the installation of strings and the setup of the bow, but this service is money well spent. Regardless of why you’re in this sport, accuracy and reliability are important to all of us. The pro shop brings this back to your bow when strings are changed.

Here's what not to do….. I would strongly recommend not buying a set of strings online or directly from the manufacturer and then bringing them into your local pro shop to have them installed. Unless you are loyal to a brand or set on buying a brand they don’t or won’t carry, it’s just not great practice. Here’s why…. The price you paid for those strings directly is likely the same that you would have paid to have them ordered in the store. Even if you saved a couple dollars buying them direct, the installation price for strings not bought in store is often higher than when purchased there, eliminating any savings. Then what happens if there’s something wrong? A serving in the wrong location, a wrong length? Maybe you accidentally ordered the wrong length…. If this was done through the dealer, they would take care of all of this and make sure you got the right product, instead of you having to be the middle man.

Buying through your archery shop doesn’t mean you can’t choose your brand though. You can still do your research and even talk to the string company. Educate yourself just the same and ask questions. Then you can go to your local dealer and tell them what brand you want. Most archery shops will order the product their customer wants and just about every string company will sell a set to a dealer, even if they don’t do business on a regular basis.

At GAS Bowstrings, we sell to consumers, dealers and distributors, but firmly believe in the brick & mortar archery shops that work hard to provide a positive experience for their customers when purchasing archery and hunting equipment. We are always happy to talk bowstrings or even just “bows n’ arrows” with all our past, current and potential future customers, including those who buy from us directly as well as those who go through their pro shop. When you’re looking for your next set of strings, give us a call or ask your local dealer about GAS Bowstrings and Fuel Your Success!

Eric Griggs/Owner – GAS Bowstrings

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Appalachian Archery now has the Duel Game Calls Double Back Grunt Call in stock! If you haven't tried one of these or don't have one in your pack, you're missing out! $20 each!
Also running special on E32 and Synergy bows in stock at the warehouse! Call now or text 606-278-9214 for details.

Targets are set! Shoot'em up!!!

2 new Victory 37 hanging in the shop!

Appalachian Archery is raffling off a Deer Hunting Dream Basket. The complete scent control product line from Trophy Quest, a Big game scale, 5# of Acorn Rage, and a bottle of Fighter Energy tablets. This basket has a retail value of $150. Tickets are 1 for $5 or 3 for $10. The drawing will be held December 13th, just in time for rifle season. All money will donated to Cumberland County Hospital activities committee. PM for details or to purchase tickets.

Scholastic 3D Archery

Appalachian Archery would like to announce the addition of Scholastic 3D Archery to the Wayne County area. Interested participants should contact Jerome Barrier at 606-278-9214 or [email protected]. There is a fee of $15 per member as well as competition fees, range fees, etc. Appalachian archery will host some fundraising events to help support some of these costs. This is a great opportunity for the local youth to become involved with archery and the ever expanding college scholarships becoming increasingly available for the sport. More information is available at The Scholastic Archery Association, DBA Scholastic 3-D Archery, is to foster, educate and guide youth in the area of 3D archery. Scholastic 3D Archery will design, promote and foster national youth and high school 3D archery competition as an after school program affiliated with educational learning…

[10/19/15]   Here is the tentative 2016 3D Shoot Schedule for Appalachian Archery. These dates are subject to change due to uncontrollable circumstances such as weather, illness, etc. Please check periodically to see updated schedule.

January 9 & 10
January 23 & 24
February 6 & 7
March 5 & 6
April 16 & 17
May 14 & 15
June 11 & 12
July 9 &10
July 23 & 24
August 13 &14
August 27&28

[10/12/15]   Appalachian Archery is now accepting applications for the 2016 Staff Shooter program. Staff shooters will be able to purchase 2 bows per year at dealer cost (1 at time of acceptance) and all accessories at discounted prices. Please send archery resume to [email protected].

New line of Trophy Quest products now available at Appalachian Archery! 225# and 450# galvanized steel feeders. Squirrel and raccoon resistant. Best line of scent control available. Fighter energy tablets to keep you awake in the stand. Best fire pits on the market with interchangeable scenes.

[08/07/15]   3D shoot this weekend August 8-12. Signup 8am-2pm and Sunday 12pm-2pm. Targets will be set in the woods this tournament. See you there!

[07/08/15]   3D shoot this weekend August 8-12. Signup 8am-2pm and Sunday 12pm-2pm. Targets will be set in the woods this tournament. See you there!

[06/08/15]   3D shoot this weekend June 13-14. Signup 8am-2pm and Sunday 12pm-2pm. See you there!

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Jonathan Cook Lucas Roy Hannah Lane Sarah Mills

Appalachian Archery would like to congratulate staff shooters Jonathan Cook on his 1st place finish in Hunter, Sarah Mills on her 5th place in Women's Hunter, Hannah Lane on her 11th place finish in Women's Known 40 and Lucas Roy on his 1st Place finish in the S3DA at the Kentucky ASA Pro/Am! It's great to have such a skillful team! Now for Metropolis!

[06/01/15]   Appalachian Archery would like to congratulate staff shooters Jonathan Cook on his 1st place finish in Hunter, Sarah Mills on her 5th place in Women's Hunter, Hannah Lane on her 11th place finish in Women's Known 40 and Lucas Roy on his 1st Place finish in the S3DA at the Kentucky ASA Pro/Am! It's great to have such a skillful team! Now for Metropolis!

[05/26/15]   Anyone who would like to get in a little more practice this week before the big London ASA, the range is still up. Just come on by and shoot for a $7 practice round.

[05/23/15]   3D shoot this weekend! Signup Saturday 8am-2pm
Sunday 12-2.

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