I sold a lot of guns for Boscov's back in early 82/83.... I think by 90 they were out of the Sporting Goods and Hardware/tool business.
The Boscov's in Shamokin Dam use to have some killer deals on their clearance stuff. I would always leave there with something I didn't really need. At 70% off, you couldn't resist!!!I sold a lot of guns for Boscov's back in early 82/83.... I think by 90 they were out of the Sporting Goods and Hardware/tool business.
if there were a bbq joint attached to it, I may actually have reason enough to go to the PRNJ. Shut up and take my money lolA couple years back I bought my 1903 off Gunbroker from the Sporting Goods Division of Jim Flynn's Truck Repair in Glen Gardner NJ.
It's a guy who does heavy truck repair and has a gun store, too.
I think the only way that could be better (beyond being outside NJ) would be to have a barbeque joint attached.