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Specialty retailer Galyan’s Trading Co., which only went public June 27, announced today that third-quarter same-store sales went up 2.2 percent, primarily driven by increases in hunting gear, outerwear and footwear. Announcing a third-quarter loss of 1 cent a share, the company also said it beat the 2-cent loss forecast by analysts and that has meet its IPO expectations. Net sales for the third quarter ended Nov. 3, 2001 grew 12.9 percent to $104.9 million from $92.9 million in the same quarter last year. Galyan’s (NASDAQ: GLYN) has 26 stores in 14 states and offers outdoor and athletic equipment, apparel, footwear and accessories.