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    Quote Originally Posted by russc2542 View Post
    amazing, a gun show with... GUNS (as opposed to the 1500 which is maybe half guns lately). Not a lot priced to sell but they were there.
    And no one willing to negotiate. They value trades under lgs and over price their guns. The 290 dollar used hipoint guy willing to give a guy 150 off in trade for a sw mp9 about sums up every visit ive made to this one. If anything is priced fair it's still higher than the lgs' in the area and way over new prices online.

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    Yeah, good day for looking but not for buying. There was a lot of wood and steel. Some nice old school revolvers. There were a few mil-surps but nothing I didn't already have.

    Prices were on the high side and I didn't see people trying to deal.

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    It was definitely a "Gun Show", they were showing, I was looking, not sales or buying!!
    Carrying a gun sometimes is like wearing a condom sometimes!!

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    This was my first time at the show. I enjoyed looking around.

    I met a fellow INGOer and bought some very fairly priced ammo from him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ggreen View Post
    And no one willing to negotiate. They value trades under lgs and over price their guns. The 290 dollar used hipoint guy willing to give a guy 150 off in trade for a sw mp9 about sums up every visit ive made to this one. If anything is priced fair it's still higher than the lgs' in the area and way over new prices online.
    Don't tell me you passed on the .45 Hi-Point with an 80s laser, nylon holster, and 4 mags for only $400! It only looked like it'd been bouncing around the back of a truck since the 80s.

    Overheard a few venders/people chatting about how things were going and comments on how nobody was buying. Seems like none of them are young enough to have discovered the internet or price matching.

    Every once in a while something comes up though, I got my Para at one of the previous shows for a fair deal.

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