• 10081 Ridge Road,Suite B,GirardPennsylvania 16417
  • 814-774-DEER(3337)

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Accessories

From arrows and sights to peeps, rests, releases, and more, C&C Archery and Outdoors has what you need to accessorize your bow and get you out shooting! Not sure what you need or not finding what you’re looking for? Just ask any of our helpful staff members and they’ll help you find an item, or we’ll special order it for you.

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    Arrow Points & Broadheads

    Bullet Points, Small Game Points Traditional Broadheads, and Mechanical Broadheads

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    Sights

    Hunting and Target Sights

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    Rests

    We stock containment rests, drop away rests, prong style rests, and target rests.

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    Releases

    Reduce string torque and achieve a more stable arrow flight by using releases. C&C Archery and Outdoors carries a wide selection of releases for compound bows, including wrist strap and trigger releases, handle or finger releases, and back tension releases. Ask any of our staff for advice on what kind of release is suited to your shooting style and use.

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    Arm Guards

    An archer never wants to be struck by a bowstring or have a shot go astray due to loose clothing. Protect your forearm as well as hold down sleeves with an arm guard. C&C Archery and Outdoors carries arm guards from top manufacturers in the industry, designed with comfort and safety in mind.

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    Targets

    Full Line of Bag Targets, Broadhead Targets and 3-D Targets. We recommend BigShot Targets.

Ireland Shows Princess Kate a Royally Good Time

16 April 2019, 2:29 pm

Ireland Shows Princess Kate a Royally Good Time

The Duchess of Cambridge tried her hand at archery once again while touring Ireland with Prince William. The last time Princess Kate Middleton drew a bow abroad was in Bhutan in 2016. Her strong public profile powerfully showcases archery, and could inspire many to try the sport. The royal couple spent two days in Northern Ireland, […]

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