Thunderbird Tactical gun range closed less than a week after bank seeks foreclosure | The Wichita Eagle

Thunderbird Tactical gun range closed less than a week after bank seeks foreclosure | The Wichita Eagle

Less than a week after a bank sought to foreclosure on Thunderbird Tactical, the Wichita firearms shop and indoor shooting range is closed. Ryan and Jennifer Pennock, in a Facebook post this weekend, said they made the decision to close their business on Friday. The 27,000-square-foot complex is located at 28th Street North and Greenwich. "We don’t know exactly what is to come in the days, weeks and months ahead — but for the time being Thunderbird will close its doors," the Pennocks wrote Sunday on the business’ Facebook page. "This weekend’s sale is our first phase in fighting to restructure our business in hopes to settle with the bank and come back stronger and better than ever. We are excited for what our future can hold; how we can better serve our members, and the Wichita community." Help us deliver journalism that makes a difference in our community. Our journalism takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work to produce. If you read and enjoy our journalism, please consider subscribing today. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Simmons Bank filed foreclosure documents in Sedgwick County District Court on May 14, demanding the Pennocks and Thunderbird immediately pay off three $6.7 million in loans , interest and late fees — or risk losing the property and thousands of dollars in personal assets. The couple, which originally opened Thunderbird in Wichita’s Delano neighborhood eight years ago, embarked on a $5 million expansion and opened the complex at 2831 N. Greenwich in 2015. The […]

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