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When's the next Sacramento gun show?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Topgun, May 30, 2004.

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  1. Topgun

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    No, I'm not out of beef jerky and black underpants.

    Miwall has QUIT online sales and I need some ammo. I have traversed this city for TWO DAYS looking for various and sundry gun stuff.

    It does not EXIST!

    Finally found a set of Pachmayr grips for K-frame and the screw hole lined up nicely with the MAINSPRING.

    And no one has plain old lead wadcutter 38's. Probly not popular enough. I was ......thinking......of reloading again.

    Not on your life.

    No one stocks ALL the stuff ALL the time.

    Curses on computer ordering.

    Anyhow, when's the next show?


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  2. Bob

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    You'll be waiting a while I think. They just had one not too long ago. I used to enjoy going, but I got tired of the cost of parking and addmission to see stuffed animals and jerky.
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  3. The_Antibubba

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    Do you mean The Sacramento Gun, Knife, and Doll Show?:cuss:
     
  4. Valkman

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    I used to go to the shows that took up both main buildings at Cal Expo - man those were great. Then after not going for a few years I went to a "show" last year. Huh? It was moved way over to a single small building, and there was nothing, I mean nothing there. There were all of 2 vendors selling new guns, and a SA Mil-Spec was over $500. One ammo vendor selling Ranger for $30/box. Sure there was the normal jewlery, Nazi stuff, crafts with wolves on them, and coin dealers and I guess that justified the still-high-entrance fee on top of the parking fee. CA has been very successful in destroying gun shows - I'd try to find a online dealer that still sells to CA. :rolleyes:
     
  5. Warren

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    Yup,

    Where I'm at they charge 5 bucks at the enterence just so I get to look at tables full o' crap.

    I'll not ever go to one of these shows again.
     
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