I shall be helping set up the physical layout and maintaining order and efficient motion in the vendor's preparation. Expecting close to 400 tables in use and around one hundred vendors or so. This is the largest regularly scheduled Gun Show in Nebraska and I've never heard of a larger show as a one-off. Vendors will range from collectors of specific items to muzzle loaders (and more primitive) to 'new' firearms. And at least one candy purveyor (good candy, not the cheap 'too much sugar' sort), normally a couple jewelry sales (not junk but pretty good stuff), and an assortment of various bits, pieces, and memorabilia. Some books. As is typical of the current era, some ammunition and loading components that reflect current economic trends. So I'm getting ready. The insanity level is slightly elevated and the occupied level is highly elevated. Probably no real bargains on the latest item of which one read in the gun magazine. Possibly the item. Many same faces one knows. Numerous items one does not find in the local gun store. Parking FREE (but on a gravel lot, very well kept and not subject to mud holes and such). There will be a snack bar which will NOT be free. Show runs Saturday and Sunday, 1st and 2nd October; From 0900 (or 9:00AM) until 1800 (6:00 PM) on Saturday and 1000 (10:00 AM) until 1600 (4:00 PM) Sunday. Admission is $5.00 in green, hard, money. Under 12 with guardian (at least for the day) is free. If one is reasonably within distance, this is worth a drive to see. Bring money.