RETAIL TRADE: Home for the Hunter

As boss of Chicago's Marshall Field & Co.'s gun department, Charlie Hunter had long fretted over one big handicap for his customers. Since many of them had no opportunity to practice shooting under actual hunting conditions, they were likely to miss their duck or pheasant when the big chance came. What they really needed, he thought, was a place where they could practice under actual field conditions, thus make every shot count. By last week, after more than eleven years of on & off prodding, Marshall Field had decided Hunter was right....

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