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Boy, are you gonna hate me.If I could've found more of the FFLs on google there I would've added them!
and you need to have LL Cote in Errol, NH in there. Place is great
If you're in the Errol, NH area, visit L.L. Cote, our local convenience store & outlet store, today! We also have a full service gas station & more!llcote.com
Added all of theseHunter's trading post in weymouth, also missing some worthy places in the mill
I meant say a google listing. I can't find a google listing for them. I'd be happy to add them if someone made a google listing for them because that is how I tag them on the map.Boy, are you gonna hate me.
I downloaded the .txt on Friday to mess with someone
(@drgrant ; not gonna say how (although he knows)).
Jul'20 is the latest month (at this juncture) with full files available.
I just re-verified that Aug'20 still does not have files.
I presume it'll march forward about one month per month.
I have no experience wrangling the spreadsheet or .PDF versions.
However, while the .txt or .xlsx may be most convenient for your work,
for all I know the PDF explains things better.
Belay that; the PDF is just a 2-pager with some statistical totals.
ETA: Here's the search page, for posterity.
There are a couple of easy ways to scrub the FFL list to pick out the actual retailers, starting with filtering by FFL type, business name, deleting all the WalMarts.
I had the feeling that folks would know some good criteria for filtering.There are a couple of easy ways to scrub the FFL list to pick out the actual retailers, starting with filtering by FFL type, business name, deleting all the WalMarts.
That sounds complicated!I had the feeling that folks would know some good criteria for filtering.
As for getting a set of spreadsheet rows into a Google Map,
there's probably smart ways to import (say) an XML file or data in JSON or some other format.
And one could export the spreadsheet rows into such formats,
or bulk edit them into the formats.
But at worst, one could turn them into a folder full of Google Maps queries
in Firefox bookmarks.html format, slurp it into a Firefox, and then Open All in Tabs.
Then you've got a dizzying array of individualized Google Maps,
within each one of which you could preserve the query focus in the
map you're building.
For me, that would be the Stuck on a Desert Island solution.
Have another for you Bills Service and supply 273 Winter street in Hanover mass
Ocean State Armory in Warwick, RI
J and J Arms, 224 Bussey Street in Dedham MA is missing.
The Sportsmans Den, Quincy, MA
Added all of these.More to add:
*Midstate Guns in Coventry, RI
*Flint Armament in Woonsocket, RI
*MTR Guns and Ammo in North Smithfield, RI
*Jim's Firearm Repair Service in Johnston, RI
*Ocean State Armory in Warwick, RI
*Littlefield's Sport Shop in Plymouth, NH
*SAW Manufacturing in Whitefield, NH
*Pemi Firearms in Campton, NH
*Belmont Firearms and Range in Belmont, NH
*Vizard's Guns and Ammo in Tamworth, NH
*KRB Firearms in Colebrook, NH
*Ducret's Sporting Goods in Colebrook, NH
*Bossman Outdoors in Woodsville, NH
Just visited Dick's Sporting Goods in North Dartmouth. The whole hunting section has been replaced with fishing supplies. Firearm display behind counter now holds fishing rods. Not sure if they are all like this.awesome resource...
does Dicks still sell guns?
Add Cabelas/Bass Pro (as much as some hate them, they are generally on our side)
If it's easy, add the RI/NH shops... they are valuable for ammo/reloading/acc as well as transfers, long guns etc.
then someone needs to make this a sticky somewhere.
Added all 3 in New England
AddedByrons Sporting Goods, LLC
RemovedJust visited Dick's Sporting Goods in North Dartmouth. The whole hunting section has been replaced with fishing supplies. Firearm display behind counter now holds fishing rods. Not sure if they are all like this.