Storm Archery, where are they now?

Storm Archery, where are they now?

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Burton Bailey

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#1 Sep 5, 2007
I just recently purchased a Storm Bow in an ebay auction never used. And before I did, I looked up a website for the company and there was one there, but to my dismay discovered today that the website is no longer there. And not only that, but that the phone number is disconnected and I can't get any information from the local archery shops in and around Auburn. Does anyone know what is going on or who to contact for information?
kboyd

Ballwin, MO

#2 Sep 12, 2007
try this . don't know if you can find anything. http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...
Burton Bailey wrote:
I just recently purchased a Storm Bow in an ebay auction never used. And before I did, I looked up a website for the company and there was one there, but to my dismay discovered today that the website is no longer there. And not only that, but that the phone number is disconnected and I can't get any information from the local archery shops in and around Auburn. Does anyone know what is going on or who to contact for information?
Marrk

Grapevine, TX

#3 Oct 17, 2007
Go to archerysite.net and you can find some information. I also purchased a Storm and then heard rumors that they went under. Still don't know for sure.
David Ranney

Crosby, TX

#4 Oct 21, 2007
If you shoot an arrow at your sis, mother will whup yer ass good! Now I advise you to just give her a little softly then stick her hard like a nail.
the big easy

Baltimore, MD

#5 Mar 20, 2008
the company has sold and is very close to production,please check back
Sam Wickliffe

United States

#6 Jun 28, 2008
I just recently bought a STrom Bow about 3-years old, it is one of the best bows i have ever used. When i bought it i never herd of the company "Storm" before so I asked the person who sold me the bow. He said that the storm company was sued and put out of buissness by PSE. PSE sued them for copy write. So Storm is no longer in buissness.
Ike

Fort Mill, SC

#7 Aug 23, 2008
I recently bought a storm bow & can't find any info either. But now I know. So how good are these bows in comparison?
BigPlan

Peru, IL

#8 Sep 7, 2008
Storm is still open. I am the son of one of the owners. It is true PSE sued Storm. However, things have been settled. The company was put on hold until things could get resolved with PSE. They are up and running and you'll begin to see things soon. Thanks to everyone for your concerns. The company is back, better than ever and producing some of the best bows in the country. Ross Thompson is the easiest person to contact if you would like to speak with an owner.
His number is listed in the Auburn phone book.
BigPlan

Peru, IL

#9 Sep 7, 2008
Again I am one of the owners sons. I need to correct some information. Ross Thompson can be found in the phone book under Pete Thompson, not Ross Thompson. Second, the web site for Storm is: www.storm-archery.com you should be able to find info that way. Third, Storm also has a myspace. The key word is Starm Archery. Again, this should help you find information.
Ike

Fort Mill, SC

#10 Sep 16, 2008
Thanks friend.
Big Plan

Lacon, IL

#11 May 11, 2009
Just some information for all of you archery fanatics. The owners just finished there first model since resolving the suet with PSE. They are very excited and are currently running tests on the new model. Each test is showing us more and more positives and we hope to be producing on a full scale by June. The new bow is a dual cam system with the traditional parrallel limb design. early test show upwards of 322 fps. You should be able to see the new model on the web site by the end of May. The web site is www.storm-archery.com
Donnie

United States

#12 Jun 6, 2009
Seriously where is info or pics of new bow or bows been patiently waiting for 3 years
Big Plan

Lacon, IL

#13 Aug 26, 2009
Donnie, all I can say is keep waiting. This is a bussiness. It takes time. I promise you that when information becomes available you'll be impressed with the results. I've seen and shot the new product. The owners are working on correcting a few small hold-ups before full scale production and advertisement begins. They don't want to release something that they aren't trully happy and proud of. They are producing something they feel is a perfection in the archery bussiness. It'll happen soon, continue to wait. It won't be long until you experience a perfect bow.
Donnie

United States

#14 Aug 27, 2009
Any chance that there will be a longer ata say 38-43 for us finger shooters and target guys thanks and cant wait im still shooting my ultramag , mx extreme and f28 love them all
fxdwgkd

Chicago, IL

#15 Oct 8, 2009
I have a F28, I need a cam module for it. Sent Storm emails and they never responded. Drove to their location 3 times, NOT a soul was around. Not to impressed with a company that is up and running again. What gives, I like the bow but need help with it.
BigPlan

Peru, IL

#16 Dec 19, 2009
fxdwgkd. I'm sorry about nobody returning your calls. They are around, but the best way to reach them is by calling Pete Thompson, one of the owners, at his local number. This number can be found in Auburn, IN's local phone book. Otherwise, keep trying. Just for youe reference, this isn't the only business run by the owners and unlike Matthews or PSE they aren't big enough to run just Storm Archery. Each owner works at other employment and are trying to run Strom on the side. Keep trying to get ahold of them and be patient. Great things are coming!
TopJock

Princeton, IL

#17 May 21, 2012
For those of you who might be interested, I just shot one of the nicest bows around. It's produced by the former owners of Storm Archery in Auburn Indiana. They've stopped the company of Storm Achery and began fresh with a new name and better ideas. I was told Storm had too many problems before they acquired the business and the current owners struggled to resolve everything. After much discussion and thought the company (Storm Archery) was shut down. The owners still had a love for archery and decided to start a new company fresh, on their terms, without any previous problems. I have a lot of respect for for the way they've started. They didn't want to open a business without a great product to introduce. I'm not sure about when the official opening date is, but man, I tell you, this bow is outta site. I couldn't believe how fast, smooth and accurate it was. Just keep an eye out for this new product and for the new company, Advantage Performance Archery (APA)!!!
Donnie

United States

#18 Jun 18, 2012
Thanks for the update I've been searching and waiting for years to hear this. I have many storm bows and love them all. Please keep us informed I would love to see pics or specs. Thanks
TopJock

Peru, IL

#19 Jun 25, 2012
Donnie, I have a web site for you. www.advantagebows.com The company is up and running now. I was wrong on the name as it is: Advantage Performance Bows. The web site is still under construction, however, there are pictures of the bow I was talking about. Very cool!!! Hope this information helps.
Donnie

Carlisle, PA

#20 Feb 22, 2014
Is there still a website

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