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Old 10-13-2012, 03:25 AM   #1
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Old 10-13-2012, 03:28 AM   #2
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Glenns surplus store in Shelby Ohio, if they dont have it you don't need it.

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Cabelas

First time I took a couple friends of mine to the store in Prairie Du Chien (killing time off the stream waiting on the fish)...

We walked in the front door. They had never been there before. The one friend walking in the middle sticks his hands out and stops us. "Smell that? (Takes a deep breath) That's testosterone."

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Bass Pro and Cabelas are two of my favorite places to go, but its 100-200 miles to the closest one.

I also like going to any gun shop with a good selection.

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Glenns surplus store in Shelby Ohio, if they dont have it you don't need it.
I always love every and any surplus store! The true definition of a mancave!!!
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Not really a "Manmart"...
But I love outdoor flea markets. More surplus than a surplus store (at least in my neck of the woods), and you can get anything else from actual fleas to livestock, candy to a candlelit dinner, fireworks to artillery, flowers, fishing gear, kitchenware, ATV's, appliances, even a deuce and a half on occasions...

Outdoor flea markets just have it ALL!!! And the best part? It's outside in the fresh air and sunshine!

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Not really a "Manmart"...
But I love outdoor flea markets. More surplus than a surplus store (at least in my neck of the woods), and you can get anything else from actual fleas to livestock, candy to a candlelit dinner, fireworks to artillery, flowers, fishing gear, kitchenware, ATV's, appliances, even a deuce and a half on occasions...

Outdoor flea markets just have it ALL!!! And the best part? It's outside in the fresh air and sunshine!
That sounds nice. We have something called Saturday market, but it's mostly just junk and neohippi art.
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I like Scheels

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I like Scheels
I like saying that. Sounds like I've got a speech impedement. Hahaha
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I like this little mom & pop guns/hunting/fishing supply store in my town called The Tackle Box. I could live in there!

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