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|zinger.637||Randy's hobbies in Houston|
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|Phordman||Hobby town usa|
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|mix1983||Tower Hobbies for RC|
|06-14-2012 03:01 PM|
lol those are kind of creepy.. especially the kids
|06-11-2012 06:16 AM|
Dad's Toy Shop in Wapakoneta, Ohio is the best hobby store I ever seen and they have a lot of experience with almost everything. They sell everything form model trains cars die cast, remote control parts and service you name it they got it.
|06-11-2012 06:03 AM|
No good or even decent hobby stores here in the Killeen/ Fort Hood area. I have to suck it up and buy off the bay most of the time. Sometimes I get lucky at Hobby Lobby but not very often. The one hobby store we have here has the same problem damn near every one of them have that I have been in. Some fat guy sitting behind a counter wishing he were somewhere else doing something else. I dont believe these guys to be the owners but the owners are just as stupid for letting them chase off business. Here's an idea, hire someone who actually enjoys building a model, flying a RC plane, building and launching a model rocket, plays with model trains, or anything else remotely related to the items you are attempting to sell at your establishment.
OK, there, I am done.
|11-11-2011 06:05 AM|
|TerryB||My son and I have recently gotten into nitro rc's. I've done most of my purchases on ebay and amazon. The comparison to the manufacturer prices is way less. I just bought a chassis ( sidewalk at full speed ) for $14.00 inluding shipping. The manufacturer wanted $18.00 + shipping.|
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