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    Heather.....

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    I would buy a lot of Glocks if she came with it.


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    The 38s are obvious, but what are those pistols, Glocks? No, kida ruins it for me.
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    FNX .45 Tactical.

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    If I was going to a gun show, I'd want to fondle a couple of these


    I'd need something to make the sloth pace and crowdedness a bit more tolerable.
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    Blue steel and wood...
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    I'd be looking for 2 things specifically but looking at everything. I'd love to come across a 6.5 Swedish Mauser (sporterized or battle dress) in decent shape but not priced so high it makes you nauseous looking at the price tag and anything Dan Wesson in a revolver (.357 and/or .44) to increase my small collection.

    My dad had a sporterized 6.5 back in the early 70s and it was a very accurate and comfortable rifle to shoot.

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    At the local gun show a couple of years ago, I came upon a pre-64 Winchester model 70 in 300 H&H. The only mod, was that someone had added a recoil pad to it. I think the seller wanted $1500 for it, which was more than I could afford at the time. Wish I would have bit the bullet on that one and bought it anyway.
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    A dong - the wooden VFG on an AK . I've looked all over the internet and can't find one so a gun show is looking like my only option. Gun Broker has sets for near $200, but I'm not wanting to spend that kind of money on a hard wood dong.

    Any suggestions?

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    I am always looking for a SIG 232, a SIG 239, and left handed vertical shoulder holsters.
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    I'm old fashioned. I used to love going to gun shows. They were places where you could find just about anything your heart desired, even if it was just to look at and admire.

    The prices were reasonable and there was no need to become an "Arab Trader" to get a fair price on something.

    The people were just as enjoyable as the show itself, friendly and easy-going. You could get a good sandwich and soft drink for lunch, and enjoy some good gun-talk while you ate.

    Gun shows were a community event, like a water hole where friends met for the sheer pleasure of owning a fine firearm. I miss those days. Maybe I just have had bad luck choosing one to attend.
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    A blonde, under 5'6" whose father has a large gun collection and a heart condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nmuskier View Post
    A blonde, under 5'6" whose father has a large gun collection and a heart condition.
    And no other children.....unless it’s the blonde’s twin sister.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    I'm old fashioned. I used to love going to gun shows. They were places where you could find just about anything your heart desired, even if it was just to look at and admire.

    The prices were reasonable and there was no need to become an "Arab Trader" to get a fair price on something.

    The people were just as enjoyable as the show itself, friendly and easy-going. You could get a good sandwich and soft drink for lunch, and enjoy some good gun-talk while you ate.

    Gun shows were a community event, like a water hole where friends met for the sheer pleasure of owning a fine firearm. I miss those days. Maybe I just have had bad luck choosing one to attend.
    I’m with you Old Chap..... Many of the gun shows have devolved to the point that they are no longer enjoyable to attend....although it could just be me. Since moving to a smaller state and community, the shows I’ve attended are a great deal smaller with higher prices and less selection. Just got back from one....disappointing, although the admission was cheap and I didn’t spend any money. Little fondling on my part but did enjoy checking out a few 1911$ and Single Action revolvers.
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