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    Field and Stream Store opening up in Crescent Springs (Kenton County) on Nov 1

    For what it is worth, a Field and Stream Store is opening up in Crescent Springs (Kenton County) November 1

    520 Clock Tower Way
    Buttermilk Towne Center
    Crescent Springs, KY 41017

    They will have a gun section according to the ad I got in the mail today. Might be another store to pick up ammo at. I have no connection to the place whatsoever, just passing on info.
    I am not a lawyer, I study the history of gun control laws.

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    Good to know. Thank you. just check them out on line and it looks like guns,ammo,archery,hunting gear,camping,and canoes and kayaks.I would imagine they will have some F&S clothing too.

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    I've been told that these Field and Stream stores are affiliated with Dick's Sporting Goods. If that is the case I won't be supporting them. But I do not know if they are one in the same for sure. Anybody got the lowdown on that? Meantime I will search this out for myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian D. View Post
    I've been told that these Field and Stream stores are affiliated with Dick's Sporting Goods. If that is the case I won't be supporting them. But I do not know if they are one in the same for sure. Anybody got the lowdown on that? Meantime I will search this out for myself.
    Someone on another forum said they were affiliated with Dicks Sporting Goods. Too bad Cabelas wasn't opening up around here instead.....
    I am not a lawyer, I study the history of gun control laws.

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    Yep, owned by Dick's Sporting Goods. Will save my gun money for elsewhere since that chain pulled a Jim Zumbo on us 2A folks. Thanks, gutshot.

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    Well that's a shame but good to know before I spend my money.

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    I work in the area and stopped in on my way home tonight just to see it.
    22lr $40/500. Primers and 4 or 5 powers but no bullets
    Everyone was asking if they could help But the one time I asked about the reloading
    stuff the guy answered and didn't even stop walking or ask if there was
    anything else I needed help with as he walked away.
    The one girl said "your be back a lot right" I said no.
    The only plus was no one said anything about my 45.


    Mike

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    I stopped by for a look see late this morning. Took some time to even get into the parking lot. Store at occupancy limit per fire code, meaning an unknown amount of wait to get inside. No way was I THAT curious. Traffic around the neighborhood kept getting heavier, made it hard to vamoose. I've been driving for 35 years now and that had to be closest I've ever come to running out of gas.
    Last edited by Brian D.; 11-01-2013 at 01:06 PM.

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    Went last Wednesday. Totally out of 22LR. I'll have to hit the Ohio lottery jackpot before I return.

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