Dewclaw Archery Launches Website to Compliment Pro Shop

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Dewclaw Archery officially launched its website dedicated to archery and bowhunting enthusiasts. The new website compliments its traditional pro shop and includes archery gear as well as interactive and informational pages.

Medford, Oregon's Dewclaw Archery announces the official launch of the website located at The website allows archers and bow hunters to do more than just purchase archery gear. It includes photo galleries, free printable targets, PC backgrounds, product reviews, contests and a kinetic energy calculator.

Dewclaw Archery caters to bowhunters and archery enthusiasts, providing products that include compound and traditional bows, arrows, and nearly all accessories available for archery equipment.

To continuously improve its website, Dewclaw Archery works closely with archery and bowhunting enthusiasts across the country. As an example, the printable target section was expanded and improved based on customer feedback. All the printable targets are available in PDF format and can be printed on a single 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. Some of the larger targets can now be printed on nine sheets and taped together to create a 25.5" x 33" target.

Moving forward, Dewclaw plans to expand its product offering as well as its informational and educational pages using input from the archery community.

About Dewclaw Archery:
Dewclaw Archery has been Southern Oregon's top archery pro shop since it was established in 1978. It has a shooting lane and a computer controlled TechnHunt® lane for virtual hunting and league competitions. To help educate people on safe, responsible archery techniques, Dewclaw offers lessons for people of all ages and works extensively with local archery clubs. Company offices, retail store and shooting lanes are located at 2722 West Main Street, Medford, Oregon.

For additional information about Dewclaw Archery, please contact Mike or Kelly Blaschka (541-772-1896), or visit

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