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Old 08-03-2007, 12:01 AM
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I like it a LOT better than Gander Mountain and not as well as Cabelas. About the only choice in town.

Rocky mountain discount still there MachV ??
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Old 08-03-2007, 03:01 PM
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What, mo30284 wrote,
1 Sportsman's Warehouse
2 Cabela's
3 Bass Pro

Although for me pretty much after Cabela's, I start web surfing Bruno's, Midway and other such sites.


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Old 08-03-2007, 04:38 PM
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have neither by me, but when i go out west to hunt i always stop by cabela's and sportsman's . i like them in this order the best.
1 sportsman's
2 cabela's
3 bass pro
Pretty much the same here but I'd put Scheels at a tie for 2 and push BP down to 4.
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Old 08-03-2007, 05:14 PM
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Rocky mountain discount still there MachV ??
Ya Rocky Mt Discount is still here but higher priced with poorer service IMHO. Timberline is also an option,Gota drive by it anyway. Glenrock is a short roadtrip
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Old 08-03-2007, 05:41 PM
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I have close access to Sportsmans warehouse gander mt and Sheels as well as a couple small time shops. I like sheels the best then Sportsmans for it's selection. Gander doesn't have much to choose from. S W is a little more expensive, but I still like to use the stores to look at what I want, then I will price it off of Midwayusa.

I was really upset with Sportsman's "expert" who claims to shoot tens of thousands of round a year. He tried to get me to purchase a bullet casting set and he succeeded in selling me a RCBS neck turner for a RCBS case trimmer. Some expert! This is a piece of $h!! If I ever saw one.

It is nice to have several authoraties in the area to compare opinions though.

I would like to add this tidbit of infoe, I inquired about range finders and the salesman was talking to me as he was reading the specs out of the catolog. It is still a chain store and may not offer the best advice LOL!
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