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    Default Pack and Postal Lancaster, MA

    P&P located out in Lancaster is a pretty good gun shop with loads of milsurp rifles. They also have a huge selection of used handguns, but most are not Ma. compliant for one reason or another. :?

    If you have a c&r license,then this is place to go. Great prices.

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    Mike,

    I hope we are talking about the same place. I tried to go there once but could not find it! When I called, the man I talked to seemed to be unable to describe how to get there. Can you give me directions?
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    There was a company with a name like that who advertised in Gun List, selling mostly collectible guns in Lancaster. Since I no longer subscribe to GL, I can't find a copy of their ad.

    Is this the place you are talking about?

    Pack and Postal Center
    210 Mill Street, Lancaster, MA 01523
    (978) 368-0910

    If this is the place, the following URL is the map to the location (and you can get specific driving directions to the place):

    http://yellowpages.superpages.com/su...e=MA&zip=01523

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    Is this the place you are talking about?

    Pack and Postal Center
    210 Mill Street, Lancaster, MA 01523
    (978) 368-0910
    Yep, that's the place.

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    OK guys.

    If either of you go there, you are OBLIGATED to write up a "field report" here! [mrgreen]

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    I should mention that if anyone does go there, you won't see any gunshop signs on the outside of the bldg. It's a small shipping outfit. The gun room is kinda small and cluttered with rifles everywhere and the walls are covered with handguns.

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    Hey guys!

    I go there all the time! They don't have many MA compliant hand guns, but their C&R rifles are VERY plentiful.

    I will try directions:
    rte 495 to rte 117 west
    take a left onto rte 70
    Follow rte 70 to MILL st on the LEFT
    Follow MILL st about a mile and Joe Dube's Pack and Postal will be on the left. (I suggest checking out a map... my 12 month old daughter is trying to hit keys on the computer so I am a bit distracted)
    It looks like a wharehouse. I advise calling first to see if they are open. They keep really weird hours... 10-3 I think.
    Ask to speak to Bill.
    Good luck!

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    Hmm... since we have a customer in Lancaster, and I'll be there pulling cable on Wednesday [cry], think I'll have to try and stop in. If I do, I'll post a report.

    Ross

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    I tried to find them once (about two-three years ago) and could not. They used to have a one- or two-page spread in SGN with a lot of firearms. I may have to try again based on the above directions.
    Frosty

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