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Orlando Gun Show May 15-16

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by Sean, May 13, 2004.

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  1. Sean

    Sean Member

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    Hi!

    I've been lurking on this message board for quite some time and decided to take the plunge and sign up. A friend of mine introduced me to this board quite some time ago. Anyway's, I was just wondering if anyone whom might reside in the Sunshine State was going to the Orlando Gun Show this weekend.

    -Sean
     
  2. MarkDido

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    I'll be there on Sunday, but I'm doing the fingerprinting for the CCW class.

    I've been there several times, but I find I can usually get a better deal ordering through AIM using my C&R license. A lot of the stuff at the show is usually overpriced. I generally just buy ammo for my Mosin there
     
  3. joab

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    I'm going at noon today (sunday) I go to almost everyone, cause I live about 10 minutes from the fairgrounds. I usually just go to hang out most prices aren't any better than gun shops in the area charge.
     
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    I wen't yesterday morning and managed to find a few good bargains but for the most part everything is very much over-priced. My original intent was to have a few of my knives appraised but the gentlemen that I wanted to do buisness with didn't appear to be at the show this time around.
     
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    Just cme home
    I found Swiss K-31s for between $109 and $399
    An Ishy Enfield for $225
    Yugo Mausers for around $150
    Other than the Swiss every thing was as usual, same dealers selling at their same day to day storefront price

    There is a gunsmith by the name of Karl Lorenz who sold my friend a DSC 1911 frame for $175, I hopr to be doing business with him in the near future
     
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