Spent the morning at the gun show in Pasadena today. Good to see some of the prices on guns there. Ammo still high, but gun prices have come way down. NIB ARs from DPMS $<600 WASR AKs $625+/- (on one table, they were offered with a free 75 round drum for that price.) Boeker Kalashnikov auto knives $40 Off brand stripped AR lowers $<80. Finally saw that KelTech 9mm carbine that was posted about in another tread. Boy that thing is a lot bigger than I thought. Saw a slide action imported shotgun in a plain home defense set up NIB $<200. Looked at a couple of Ruger Scout rifles that were well under $800. Saw two 9mm revolvers by Taurus, been looking for the Charter Arms Pit Bull in that caliber. Don't like the reverse clips that you need with the Taurus. Few hunting rifles walking around, less tactical guns than have been there lately. Figure it's due to the cheaper prices of the new ones on the vendor tables. Finally saw that FAL that has been mentioned by others in gun show treads lately. Now understand why it's priced so high. First it is being sold by Art of Republic Arms. Second it's a Browning, very few of those around. Third I think he said it was 'sear cut', did not verify but that would add to the value considerably. Not an everyday FN/FAL but one for collectors. .22 ammo that was $100+ a month ago is down to $50 or so, still stupid expensive, but moving in the right direction. Magazines plentiful. AK pistols were in the $600 range. T. R. Graham ~ The GLOCKsmith was there doing work on Glocks. The knife sharpening guy was there just inside the east door to the hall. On the whole, good show. Not uncomfortable crazy packed, but had a good turnout.