Vancouver Gun Show at the square dance place on 72nd ave?

Discussion in 'Events & Get Togethers' started by MattBG, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. MattBG

    MattBG
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    I saw they have a show tomorrow and admission is $3. Has anyone been to these, any comments?

    I don't expect much for $3, but don't want to waste the time if it sucks.
     
  2. Nightshade

    Nightshade
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    ok to go to you might stuble upon a deal, lots of old fellas sitting around trading back and forth.

    take gas mask...
     
  3. Spray-n-pray

    Spray-n-pray
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    For only three bucks it's hard to beat.
     
  4. jbett98

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    If I live across the street, I would be hard pressed to pay three bucks to enter. Should be free entry, considering it's the same overpriced stuff every time.
    And Nightshade is right on about the flatulent old men who congregate in that crowded room. They must have all have gone to the same "all you can eat" cabbage dinner the night before.
     
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  5. Jammer Six

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    Speaking as an asphalt eating, hard core city boy, the title to this thread cracked me up.
     
  6. jimwsea

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    I was there today. Not a big show, but I saw everything from near antique rifles to AR-15s, military memorabilia rifle parts, ammo and reloading stuff. You never know what is going to be traded in and sit on a table. Many of the guys are old, but some have a lot of firearm knowledge and history in their heads.
     

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