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Posted: 10/26/2004 6:35:54 AM EST
Does anyone know what happened to Coyote Creek indoor range on SR67 in Moorseville? They seemed to have closed up shop.
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 6:43:18 AM EST
they are out of business...
Link Posted: 10/26/2004 8:09:21 AM EST
Various stories are floating around as to what precipitated the closure.

Several months ago, the owners offered to sell the facility to Bradis (the gun shop just north on 67, where I work weekends), but the offer was politely declined.



Link Posted: 10/29/2004 3:31:06 PM EST
The two owners are lousey businessmen. They ran the hardware store into the ground. Then they tried to salvage the gun store. Now they're making pizzas in the old hardware store location.

I know all of the players fairly well and the two owners don't have a clue how to run a business. David was doing his best to keep everything going but I was told that he had to float a lot of the store's purchases on his personal credit card. When he left I'm sure he was in the hole. BTW, his father in law is one of the owners.

Link Posted: 10/30/2004 9:56:05 AM EST
They shut it down. Two guys who bought all the stuff (wasn't much) opened thier on store down the street from Lowe's. It in a tiny type strip mall and says Gun's in the window. I went in there once and all they were selling was ammo and not cheap. They were not selling any guns they don't have the FFL yet. I sure it won't last with the prices I got from them was high.
Link Posted: 10/30/2004 4:29:06 PM EST
You work at Bradis? Hmmm. I bought my SKS there. I don't remember what day of the week it was though. I got the free mug for mentioning the internet ad, then gave it away at work.


Originally Posted By Shooter521:
Various stories are floating around as to what precipitated the closure.

Several months ago, the owners offered to sell the facility to Bradis (the gun shop just north on 67, where I work weekends), but the offer was politely declined.




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