Federal Ammunition Hunting Expo

Federal Ammunition Hunting Expo
Federal Ammunition Hunting Expo
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Saturday, September 6th 2014
12:00 am

SCHEELS Federal Ammunition Hunting Expo Saturday, September 6 (9AM-5PM) through Sunday, September 7, 2014 (10AM-4PM)

Bring the family to SCHEELS for all the must see outdoor vendors and new equipment to get you ready for this year’s hunting season! Come try out the Red Ryder Daisy Inflatable BB Gun Range. The Sangamon County Animal Control Dog Adoptions will be taking place from 11 am to 3 PM SATURDAY ONLY! Don’t miss the father/daughter duo Mike and Wendy Rhodes with LIVE chainsaw carving demos from Bear Tracks on SATURDAY AND SUNDAY!!! Entertainment and fun for the WHOLE family! Register to win GREAT prizes.

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