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Josh Flint
Worked at Penton Media
Attended Truman State University
Lives in O'Fallon, IL
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Confessions of a Christmas Music Lover
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Once the Rams leave St. Louis, who will you root for?
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Top 5 fireworks of my childhood.
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If you're looking for the finest French cuisine, Rolla is not the place for you. But, it does have its share of hometown favorites. These are the places local folks like to eat. So, if you're on I-44 looking for a place to...
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My top five Easter candies.
Easter Sunday has come and gone. Yet, the candy is still hanging around...begging to be eaten, so it can wreak havoc on my attempts at weight loss. Look at those Dove bunnies, begging to have their heads eaten off. Just the r...
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Top 5 moments from my 15-year class reunion.
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My top 5 memories from growing up in Rolla, Mo.
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The oldies tunes I can't resist singing along to while driving.
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  • Truman State University
    2004
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  • Penton Media
    Editor, Prairie Farmer
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O'Fallon, IL
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I purchased one gun from these folks. It was actually the second gun I ever bought. I just assumed most gun shops were grumpy toward newbies. Having bought a few more guns, I've realized a few things. 1. These folks will try to talk you into whatever they have in stock. It's a fairly common experience at gun shops, but they go too far by degrading anything they don't have in stock. Case in point, a year ago they had a Walther PPQ. Sales person said it was one of the best out there. Better than the Glock. Fast-forward to this year. They no longer have them in stock. Sales person said you don't want that gun anyway. It has serious quality issues and the Glock is much better. 2. Customer service is abysmal. In trying to purchase a Glock 19, the sales lady walked away from me. I field stripped it to check the number on the recoil spring assembly (they've had issues). She came back and chewed me out for taking it apart. Completely uncalled for. It's not like I detailed stripped it. 3. Their prices are higher than anyone else. Yes, you do get a year of membership to the range. Don't kid yourself, it's built into the price. That Glock 19 was retailing for $650 there. I went to Ron and Jo's and bought it for $550. I recently called on a bare bones Mossberg 500 -- $450 vs $359 anywhere else. 4. There is a minimum transaction fee at the range. If you don't spend a certain amount, you cannot pay with credit/debit. It's nitpicky, but they should have that rule posted. I ended up having to purchase a bottle of overpriced cleaner because I didn't have $10 in cash on me. In summary, you can purchase guns at a much better price from much friendlier people at pretty much any other gun shop in the area. They have the only range in the area, so they get a lot of business. The range is not bad. It's the only reason I still set foot in the store. If you really want that membership, be sure you do the math. I would've had to go about 10-12 times to make up the difference on the mark up on the guns.
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