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The Aggie Rifleman, SASS#55213

Old West section on outdoors store website

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Team,

 

Just got an email from a local outdoors shop that now has a Old West Section.  It's populated with rifles, pistols, holsters, ammo, and accessories.  Another mercantile selling wares is never bad.

 

https://www.sportsmans.com/cowboy-action-shooting/c/cat140766

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They are going to be putting in a store here in Fort Wayne soon. Very nice!

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Our local store has been a supporter of local CAS matches and a supplier of reloading supplies (somewhat unreliable).  They carry black powder shooting supplies all year round and have a screaming good deal on Alliant's Black MZ sub.  They often stock Winchester AA low noise, low recoil shotgun shells.  However, they need to hire a consultant for their website.  Hornady LEVERevelution, jacketed rifle rounds are not CAS supplies.

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2 minutes ago, Edward R S Canby, SASS#59971 said:

Our local store has been a supporter of local CAS matches and a supplier of reloading supplies (somewhat unreliable).  They need to hire a consultant for their website.  Hornady LEVERevelution, jacketed rifle rounds are not CAS supplies.

 

Yes and no...they're selling "old west" stuff.  Not every shooter associates CAS with "old west".  There's a large group of the shooting populace that will associate any lever gun (like grandpa's 30-30) with the old west.

 

Old west gets hits...saying CAS will get people confused.  Saying SASS will get them sued.

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Nice Store!  :) Only 2 minutes of of I-75.  Always make it a stop on our way when we travel to Tennessee! 

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They have a very nice Winchester .38-55 with a 24" barrel that just made me all giddy, to be polite.

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