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Crossroads show in Phoenix AZ

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by Slater, Feb 15, 2007.

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  1. Slater

    Slater Member

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    February 24-25. Usually a pretty decent show.
     
  2. CountGlockula

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    Being in pro-gun AZ, wouldn't the shows there have the best prices/deals?
     
  3. BigSoundRacing

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    How big is that show?

    I spend weekends in Lake Havasu and I was thinking of coming down there for Saturday. The last show in Lake Havasu was maybe forty tables, most filled with used junk that could be purchase cheaper off of eBay.
     
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    the crossroads show is usually the better of the two. the centennial hall show in mesa is usually full of junk and no bargains.

    i'll be there more than likely.
     
  5. KMBRTAC45

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    The Crossroads Gun Shows in December(first weekend of) and February are the biggest gun shows in the Valley, around a thousand tables. It will take up a good portion of your day if you like to stop at all the tables. There are a couple of other promoters Ter Mark is one, but they are not any whrer near as big.
     
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    Takes up a good chunk of the state fair grounds.

    I've been 3 times. It's... okay.

    A lot (A LOT) of swords, junk magazines, cheap nylon holsters, tacktikewl gear. About 50% of the tables actually are firearms related of any quality though.

    I'd realistically call it about 5-6 acres of tables though. Good place to go to liquidate guns you don't want/need. I'll be selling a couple of guns there.
     
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