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Old August 17th, 2011, 09:04 AM #1
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Question Bass Pro Shop, Cabelas or Gander Mountain

Which of the big box stores has the best selection of shotguns to handle? I am going to make a trek to one of these this week. I'm shopping for a semi auto shotgun.
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Cabela's in Hamburg PA, hands down.


Have you considered any of the local shops, or are you gonna be in one of the big stores anyway?
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Cabela's for sure. A great staff too!
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Cabela's in Hamburg PA, hands down.


Have you considered any of the local shops, or are you gonna be in one of the big stores anyway?
I will consider one of the local shops for purchase. I want to be able to handle a few. None of the local shops I have been in have many shotguns to play with. Thanks for the advice! I think I will make the trip to Cabelas!
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Cabela's most definitely.
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Bart's in Glen Burnie is big on shotguns.

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Definitely Cabelas.
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Bart's in Glen Burnie is big on shotguns.

http://www.www.bartssports.com
And a few of the guys there really know their stuff regarding shotguns. It's probably worth stopping in there before making the 2.5 hour drive to Cabela's.


Of course, Cabela's is a blast to visit too, so you can't go wrong with visiting both places.
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went to basspro yesterday...not that great of selection on shotguns.
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Shyda's in Lebanon, PA. Gander mountain in york has a good selection too.
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