I spent the day at a Tanner gun show here in Denver (trying to sell a couple long guns; see the sales forum ), and actually saw some neat and interesting stuff. The rarest by far was a 1913 dated Webley & Scott autopistol in .455 Webley. Better yet, this one was apparently the first one bought by the Royal Navy - the Navy numbered them (in addition to the factory serial numbers), and this one was stamped "1" in that spot. I also got to handle a Mk IV Webley revolver in .455. Mmmmm (where's the drooling smiley?). I think I need one that's been converted to .45 ACP. The only thing I was looking to buy was a good tanker Garand - and there were actually two there. Unfortunately, one was a Fed-Ord with a shot out barrel, pitted receiver, and questionable internals (and all on a receiver with a 5-digit serial number). The other was even worse, a no-name job that had been adapted to sort of take BM-59 mags. I say sort of because the mag release was wobbly and ineffective and it the mags were really tight. Oh, and I also found spare mags for my Colt 1903 - only $90 each! Yeesh. Other than that stuff, it was pretty much just the usual overpriced magazines (only $30 for a 30-round AK mag? Hooray!), some trinkety junk, and overpriced dealer tables. Anyone else find anything of note this weekend?