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    Default Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Heading to J.T. for the weekend getaway. Wondering if there's any shops worth visiting in the immediate area.

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    A.F. Boyer Hardware & Guns

    https://www.afboyer.com

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Eastern Arms in Albrightsville shouldn't be to far a drive from JT.

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Buck's Sporting Goods across the river from Lehighton: 47 Indian Hill Rd, Lehighton, PA 18235. Not always the best prices but he had reloading powder when others did not back in the shortage era.
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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Thanks guys. I will check those out. Boyer's looks like a winner!

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Looks like Eastern Arms will be 1st on the list, as we're going right past it tomorrow on the way down. They are closed on Sundays.

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Quote Originally Posted by TDIfan View Post
    Thanks guys. I will check those out. Boyer's looks like a winner!
    Another vote for Boyer's. Old school hardware store with guns. Merica!

    I got my first 1911 from them back in the day. Super laid back, nice folks. I haven't stopped by in forever, but I doubt they've changed any.

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    While not a gun shop, If you have the wife and or kids with you , be sure to hit Country Junction in Lehighton "The world's largest country store", while not as cool as before it totally burnt to the ground and was rebuilt, still a neat place for a tourist trap stop in

    https://www.countryjunction.com/

    https://www.poconomountains.com/list...al-store/1824/


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    and if your into shows, check out Penns Peak :http://www.pennspeak.com/
    a great venue with great seating, a lot of 70's-80's cover bands, and some washed up one hit wonders of the same era. but a nice small concert venue
    Last edited by SgtRecon; December 28th, 2019 at 12:39 AM.

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Another thumbs up for AF Boyer!

    Stopped in today & gun area was packed.

    Bob sent me packing with 2 new toys.

    Be sure to check out their ammo sale ... some nice brass cased 9 mm/115 gr @ $7.99 & 5.56 @ $6.99

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    Default Re: Any good shops in the Jim Thorpe/Lehighton area?

    Quote Originally Posted by mokoitis View Post
    Another thumbs up for AF Boyer!

    Stopped in today & gun area was packed.

    Bob sent me packing with 2 new toys.

    Be sure to check out their ammo sale ... some nice brass cased 9 mm/115 gr @ $7.99 & 5.56 @ $6.99
    The gun area is always packed on Saturdays, sometimes making it impossible to shop. What brand of 5.56 was at that price?

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