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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Just Jim, Sep 5, 2014.
Should be an interesting show but it's going to be hot. See ya'll there
I'm getting more ink done today or tomorrow so I'm just chillin on the couch in front of the AC.
Buy something good for me
Hope things get better for you Joe, hang in there.
No no new ink is a good thing!
I waited all summer to get started on my tatts again
I thought you were going in for another brain cat scan Sorry I am old and didn't catch the "ink" meaning, thought it was dye for cat scan.
Err hope you have a sense of humor lol
I might, need to pick up a few boxes of .38spl for a friend so I can give her a lesson.
There was a decent supply of .38 at Falk BiMart and the orchards Sportsmans Wharehouse also was stocked and the prices were surprisingly low. That was about noon today.
Oh man, that is some funny stuff right there....
Some folks can laugh and some can't lol
Show should be good and prices should be down.
Race you to the .22lr bricks.
No, it's more like a Tat Scan...
So how was it Jim? Are they still selling .22lr for $60.00 a brick?...Or should I say are the same bricks STILL sitting there at $60.00 a pop? Still have some old bottles of powder going for $40.00-$50.00 an Lb?
Wifey and I will wait for the Wes Knodle show this fall I think, seems like its bigger with more vendors.
If you want to see what a great gun show looks like, go to the Roseburg rod and gun clubs gun show at the douglas county fair grounds in Roseburg this weekend I travel to shows all over Oregon and this is by far the best show I have been to. And no I am not in any way affiliated with them I just like there gun show.
The show didn't have a lot of people but the ones that were there seemed to be buying. They were shopping for a good deal and lots of haggle on the prices. Guys I was with turned 21 guns but only 4 handguns. Rifles were doing well as we're shotguns.
22lr was available, $18 for 235 or $30 for 335 winchester. CCI was going $18 per 100. Powder was $30+ and no pistol powder. $6 for beer
did see some 455 Webly ammo for a real good price.
Next show coming up is the Albany show, best show in the state.
Agreed. https://www.arpc.info/gunshow/ September 27, 28. $5 admission, $0 for parking, and lots of guns.