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Richmond, Virginia Gun show prices

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Shootcraps, Oct 17, 2004.

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  1. Shootcraps

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    Saw a few interesting things at the show. One of the biggest surprises was a DPMS M4 for $789. I thought that was a deal.

    NIB Norinco - $399-$450.

    Rock Island GM - $294-$329.

    Springfield GI Stainless - $469.

    Colt NRM - $669.

    Dan Wesson PMA-S .45 stainless - $649. The ONLY DW in the building.

    Colt Stainless Officers ACP - $499. Looked to be shot very little.

    Colt Delta Elite 10MM with the BIGGEST target sights I ever seen on a handgun. Blued and very good condition but I thought overpriced at $795.
     
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    Showplace?
    That's a good show. There's only about 10 vendors that I hit. The rest are relatively worthless. I go much less frequently now that I can't get powder or primers there (not easily,anyhow).
     
  3. Shootcraps

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    Yah, it was pretty good. Nice selection. This was my first time there.

    If I needed some grips, that would have been the place. Several tables with a good selection.
     
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    Poodleshooter - You can still get primers & powder there...TNT in the back left of the show had plenty on hand (not like a couple years ago, but still had plenty).
     
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    Are they selling out of the truck in the parking lot?
    Last time I went, they had maybe 10 lbs on display,and maybe a box of each type of primers.
    I miss the days with hundreds of pounds and tens of thousands of primers on display.
     
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    If you're talking about the same table I'm thinking about, they keep that stuff under the table, out of sight. Just ask for it and you'll get it. The stuff on the shelves are for display only according to the lady working the table...

    Chris
     
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    The last 8# of powder I bought the man from TNT had to get it out of the tractor trailer. Apparently the fire department thinks it's too dangerous to have lots of powder in the building. Makes you wonder how a car at a show in the same building can have gasoline in the tanks?
     
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