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Question to Keystone Open Shooters

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Duck Head, May 26, 2008.

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  1. Duck Head

    Duck Head TS Member

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    Have you shopped at Boyers while you were there? How were the meat prices. Need to know if I should take some with me or not. NY Strips are 8.99# here. Thanks
     
  2. pa pete

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    Keep on going south until you get to the traffic light.
    Turn Left, go a couple miles at most, and stop at Mausers Meat Market, on the
    right. Try also the smoked pork chops and have them slice you a hot soupie.
    "Pete" McDonough.
     
  3. K80433SC

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    Agreed ...Mauser's is most-likely the best meats you will find close to the PA State Shoot. I got some NY strip steaks there in 2005, and was well satisfied.
     
  4. acre44

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    That's MASSER'S boys. They also have a fried chicken restaurant and a family restaurant on the corner of Route 487 and Route 61. A little ways up Route 61 toward Shamokin is Durdach's beer distributor where you will need some refreshments. When at Masser's make sure you get some homemade smoked ring bologna, garlic or plain. EXCELLENT!
     
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