• Monday: ClosedTue-Fri: 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Sunday: Closed
  • 1025 N. 3rd StreetSuite 119Lawrence, KS 66044
    (785) 832-1654

Departments

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    Archery Gear

    Come to Overton's Archery Center for the latest gear and accessories to pursue your archery passion. We carry the top brands in archery, offer top-notch bow services, have an indoor range, provide lessons, and so much more. New to Archery? Welcome! We have knowledgeable staff that will help you select the right kind… learn more »

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    Beginner Compound Bow Package

    Our compound bow packages for beginners include a compound bow, sight, rest, detachable quiver and peep sight which will be set up just for you based on your draw length and strength. A release aid, commonly used with compound bows (to release the arrow instead of your fingers) as well as arrows are sold separately. Most packages are $350-$450. learn more »

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    Beginner Equipment

    Beginning equipment often comes in a package that includes the bow, arrows and all of the basic accessories that will get you started in archery. We'll first assess if you are "left" or "right" based on your handed-ness and eye dominance. We'll also discuss your budget and interests in archery, whether it be competitive, hunting or just for fun. We'll make sure to put together the best starter package for you. learn more »

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    Beginner Recurve Bow Package

    Our recurve bow packages for beginners include a recurve bow, sight and finger tab which will be set up just for you based on your draw length and strength. Arrows are sold separately. Most packages are $150-$350. learn more »

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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. Overton's Archery Center carries arm guards from top manufacturers in the industry, designed with comfort and safety in mind. learn more »

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    Bowfishing

    Forget the rod and reel. Bowfishing is just that: fishing using a bow. Bowfishing bows can be traditional or compound, and the arrows used are typically heavier and stronger, are barbed so they do not pull out of the fish, and can be attached to a line so the fish can be reeled or pulled back to the archer. If you're interested in a different type of fishing, ask any of our helpful associates about bowfishing bows, arrows, accessories, and other helpful advice. learn more »

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    Bows

    At Overton's Archery Center, we carry a variety of bows from top manufacturers throughout the industry. From traditional longbows and recurve to modern compound, as well as crossbows and bows for fishing, we have it all! Looking for something specific, or not sure what you need? Ask any of our helpful store associates for advice and help locating what you need. learn more »

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    Arrow Points & Broadheads

    We carry top-of-the-line arrow points from the best brands in the industry, including fixed-blade, expandable, and removable broadheads. Stop in to browse our selection of target, field, and safety point broadheads. Not sure what's right for what you need? Ask any of our helpful associates for advice. learn more »

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    Arrows

    Overton's Archery Center carries a wide variety of arrows, including aluminum, fiberglass, carbon, wood and composite types. We also carry a selection of nocks and fletching so you can craft the perfect arrow for your bow and shooting style. Unsure what you need or looking for something specific? Our staff knows archery and can help you find the right arrows or arrow parts for your archery needs. learn more »

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    Compound Bows

    Compound bows are hand-drawn, hand-held bows with a mechanical component that reduces the draw weight and increases the speed of the arrow. Cables and cams (or pulleys) ease the draw and reduce the bow’s holding weight (called let-off). These vary from traditional bows in that they have these added mechanisms, and are often heavier. Depending on your skill level, shooting interest, capabilities, and simple preferences, a compound bow could be the right type of bow for new shooters. Not sure? Ask an associate for assistance. learn more »