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I remember that store. (It is Walgreens today)On the North Shore it was Coleman's before MVP Sports.....
He was off the Fellsway on Rt 60? Long time ago when I was living in Medford. He had a lot of old rifles and buckets of mixed ammo. You would dig thru the stuff and take it to the counter where he sat and never moved. Big heavy guy. You had to bring your own bag or stuff your pockets. No prices on anything, He would look at what you had and give you the cost. Cash only. Jack.Is he the guy that was on mystic ave next to dragon villa? A bit before my time but have heard of an ffl there
Long gone , that’s a blast from the past ! Just like Aubrey Wornhams in Townsend,Ma.I apologize for reviving an old thread but a members thread reminded me of something from a few hundred "moons" ago.... Is Perry Whites gun shop in S. NH. still around in any way , shape or form ?
My dad was very good friends with Warren who owned The Outdoorsman, very nice guy, wish the shop was around. I noticed his display cases ended up at Wayne's though, they were very specific because my dad refinished the shelves with special materials.Not sure if I or anyone else already mentioned "The Outdoorsman", and then "Neverfail" in West Boylston. I miss those guys.
Worse yet, I would hop the fence at lunch time go over and buy a bag of wads and three pounds of Red Dot and bring back and put it in my locker. Then took it home after school. Yes those were the days.These days people would turn about 27 different shades of purple if you tried to open a gun shop anywhere near a school.
I apologize for reviving an old thread but a members thread reminded me of something from a few hundred "moons" ago.... Is Perry Whites gun shop in S. NH. still around in any way , shape or form ?
Long gone , that’s a blast from the past ! Just like Aubrey Wornhams in Townsend,Ma.
I used to got to Perry White's all the time, I lived in Winchendon and it was in Rindge. Bought a bunch of guns there as a teenager, I would put them on layaway and then make payments with lawn mowing money. I would make my father take me almost weekly no matter what the weather was, I even made him take me up in a blizzard one night after supper (I don't think he was too happy about it but I just had to go that night, cannot remember why now). My dream was to buy the place.