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Business Description
 Bad Lands Bow Hunters is a place where bow hunters and archers can sharpen their skill as an archer,purchase the latest hunting accessory, all while finding out the latest local and regional hunting conditions. Our place is a place for all hunters to feel welcome and right at home. You will always be welcome to drop on in and share your recent hunting experiences with other hunters!
Hours
Mon Closed, Tue 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Wed - Fri 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Sat 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Sun Closed
Extra Phones

Fax: (801) 487-0566

Services/Products

 Long time hunting and archery enthusiasts George and Jody Mattena are the proud owners of Bad Lands Bow Hunters, LLC and are pleased to offer a new place to meet your archery recreational needs, including an; open 3-D range with up to 40 yards of moving targets and a large sales area stocked with a variety of archery and hunting equipment. BLBH is also an authorized dealer for Rinehart, Beman, Easton and PSE.

Our second specialty is Hydrographic Transfer Printing. We can transfer any pattern (really, any pattern!) onto just about any hard surface, including gun cases.
Brands
Beman, Easton, G5, PSE, Prime, Rinehart, Sportsman's Outdoor Products
Payment method
debit, check, paypal, all major credit cards
Location

Bad Lands Bow Hunters is just off of the 2300 East exit from I-80 East bound, on the East side of the road. Parking on the South side of the building.

Neighborhood
Canyon Rim
Categories
Painting-Production, Archery Equipment & Supplies, Archery Ranges, Archery Instruction

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jmattena

06/19/2012

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In response to the post from someone who was not even bad la.da customer. The only reason why we put stickers on vehicles is when they are parked in our ONLY handicapped/ADA parking stall. We only have ONE stall and if you are parked there without an ADA tag, regardless of who's shop you are going to, you will get a warning sticker. We figured a warning was better than getting towed for first time offenders. Perhaps you should not take stalls reserved reserved for those who need it.

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