St. Charles, MO. - my general impression was sellers ridding themselves of junk and buyers willing to buy their junk. I will give benefit of doubt as maybe I am uneducated about the present firearms/ ammo market and availability - maybe I just did not know what I was looking at. Ammo at tables was priced from ridiculous to appropriate for the present market - availability was limited only by cost - if well funded, you could buy all you wanted. As mentioned, firearms availability looked like someone cleaning out their basement - some decent stuff but mostly (my opine) cheap junk. I was extremely under impressed. I did note the presence of lots of what appeared to be young gang-bangers; lots of interest in handguns and holsters by this crowd - walking thru the parking lot, lots of vehicles plated from Illinois - very strange in that area - was told that southern Illinois’ gun/ ammo availability had almost dried up, so explained the parking lot. In conclusion (at least in this area), guns/ ammo availability just not what was anymore, prices high to higher, funding creates availability and not much selling of “good stuff” - marketplace as advertised - and before I forget, lots of clean basements and garages.