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    Default Any places that I should check out in Grand Juction ?

    I will be there in mid Sept. for about a week due to work, and wondering about any small gun shops or pawn shops worth checking out out while I’m there. I know about the big box stores that are around there.
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    Try A Pawn Shop at 353 Pitkin Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501. It has been a while since I've been in but they usually had some interesting things there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SideShow Bob View Post
    I will be there in mid Sept. for about a week due to work, and wondering about any small gun shops or pawn shops worth checking out out while I’m there. I know about the big box stores that are around there.
    Thee's also a shop next door to Shooters Grill in Rifle, that has a very good collection of Winchesters.
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    A pawn isn't bad, but he lost his ffl in 2011ish and his sister came in with hers. It's been different since then. Rocky Mountain Gun Glub off I70business and 31 road has NFA rentals. Lots of space for shooting north of town if you want a quick shooting trip. E g. Go west from the airport and take the first road that cuts north into the desert. (27 1/4). Public ranges about 3-4 miles up it but BLM land open to shooting inside of 3/4.

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    The only place I’ve been to there is Red Hawk Rifles. I don’t remember them having much of a storefront though. I was looking for a specific item and they had it in stock so I stopped by and picked it up while I was passing through to Utah for work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxtrot View Post
    A pawn isn't bad, but he lost his ffl in 2011ish and his sister came in with hers. It's been different since then. Rocky Mountain Gun Glub off I70business and 31 road has NFA rentals. Lots of space for shooting north of town if you want a quick shooting trip. E g. Go west from the airport and take the first road that cuts north into the desert. (27 1/4). Public ranges about 3-4 miles up it but BLM land open to shooting inside of 3/4.
    I’ve been out to the public range there about 15 - 18 years ago, is it still in decent shape ? Planning on doing at least one afternoon or early evening out there. Hopefully there is nothing scheduled for when I go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SideShow Bob View Post
    I’ve been out to the public range there about 15 - 18 years ago, is it still in decent shape ? Planning on doing at least one afternoon or early evening out there. Hopefully there is nothing scheduled for when I go.
    TBH it's been a few years since I've been there. But AFAIK, the rifle is in decent shape (right turn at the fork), the pistol likely may not be (left turn at the fork). But, it's also busy as all heck esp on weekends. I'm one of the very few that also has access to the LEO range near my home and I don't even make it to that.

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