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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2008 1:09 pm 
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No, it was actually Dave that was running the place while I was there anyhow. He had a small shop there open on the weekends providing ammo and targets plus a few guns. Dennis was absent most of the time and Doug was working. Dave, as I recall, was off on disability at the same time thus allowing him time to 'work' at Silverdale. I must admit, the place looked rather tough at the time.

Whatever happened to Brian Kearsey of St. Anne Sports?

Dave was at the range a lot, but it was more to hide out from his wife than to work there. He gave a lot of folks the impression that he was running the show, but I can assure you, that was not the case - lol. He and his wife split, and he headed to the US. Haven't seen or heard anything of him in the 12 or so years since.

Brian pulled a disappearing act about 10-11 years ago. I was one of many who showed up at his store, only to find the entire property vacated. No one knows what happened or where he moved to or why. A lot of guns, and radio control cars and equipment that didn't belong to him disappeared as well, so the police were brought in. I don't know if these people ever got their property back or not.
Brian had a track at the back of his property where a group of us use to race our 1/4 scale, and 1/8 scale radio control cars.
He was a very likeable fellow, and I'd love to know what actually happened.


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I would imagine that Brian headed to the States as well. I believe he had family living in Colorado. Before I left Southern Ontario in 1997, he had pretty much given up his gun shop and went into cryogenic tempering business....

Stop the presses....found him!!!!

Here's his website...

http://www.cryo-ice.net/index.html

He's still in Smithville...the company anyhow...his cell is in the 519 area code.


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wow ..... this world is pretty small after all .....


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Really small I have had dealings with his company and had know idea that he was who he is LOL
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Thats why its not a good idea to burn bridges because it is so small.

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airgunfun wrote:
IStop the presses....found him!!!!

Here's his website...

http://www.cryo-ice.net/index.html

He's still in Smithville...the company anyhow...his cell is in the 519 area code.

Interesting. The building that his cryo company was (is?) in is located just off of hwy #27, about midway between Bismark and Wellandport. All the signs were removed years ago. I'll have to take a drive one day and see if that building is occupied. Last time I was past there, it looked deserted.
Good sleuthing - lol.


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