Bonecutter's Sporting Goods expands and remodels

The new look of Bonecutter's Sporting Goods improves the view of California for those driving in from the west.

The new look of Bonecutter's Sporting Goods improves the view of California for those driving in from the west. Photo by David Wilson.

James and Crystal Bonecutter have expanded and remodeled again after moving their sporting goods business further out on West Buchanan Street. This time, the changes are highly visible exterior changes of new siding, roofing and replacement of a shed.

In 2009, the Bonecutters bought another sporting goods business already established at the new location. They merged the repair and sales part of the business at the new location with the sporting goods sales of their old business.

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The Bonecutter family behind the sportsman's counter at Bonecutter's Sporting Goods on West Buchanan Street, California. Front row, from left, are Dustin and Austin; back row are James and Crystal.

Since Bonecutters took over the new location, change has been constant. Frequent customers have become used to the continual upgrades of the business facility. Whether they come in for repair work, equipment purchase, hunting (new and preowned firearms), fishing (such as minnows and nightcrawlers) or archery supplies, they have learned to expect something to be different almost each visit. Until recently the changes and remodeling have been mostly on the inside.

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Inside Bonecutter's Sporting Goods, equipment and tools are available for customers to examine and purchase.

"The ladies have started coming in for bait and to get mowers sharpened," said Crystal. "Not many did before, since it was kind of set up for farmers."

For more of this story check out the April 18 issue of the California Democrat.

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