Tyler Gun Show

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  1. 1776-1976

    1776-1976 New Member

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    I am not sure but I thought we had a show in Tyler this month? If there was a show I was wondering why I have not heard anything about how it was? Money has been short at my place for a while otherwise I would be makeing the shows myself but I am still wondering how they have been.
     


  2. carneyman

    carneyman Active Member

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    I saw one billboard for it, but I think it was last weekend. Not really sure though.
     
  3. WhiteLightning

    WhiteLightning Member

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    Yep ...last weekend. This weekend is Market Hall in Dallas. There should be one coming up in Longview at Maude Cobb. :texas:
     
  4. PopsXD9sc

    PopsXD9sc Active Member

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    You didn't miss much; high priced guns and higher priced ammo. Lot of people paying way too much money for both. Next Tyler show is June 27, then August 8, Longview not until November 7, and last Tyler on December 12. Waste of $6 in Tyler and $7 in Longview but you kinda have to go anyway; at least the parking is free (for now).
     
  5. country_boy

    country_boy TGT Addict

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    sounds like all the other gun shows. High priced guns,high priced ammo, and way too many people. Ill pass on all three of those.
     
  6. stilettosixshooter

    stilettosixshooter New Member

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    Agreed - I went, my dad picked up a few boxes of overpriced .380, but that was about all there was to it.
     
  7. ThePsychologist

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    Saturday (rain storm) was packed like sardines but Sunday it was empty.I bought a NIB Colt 6920 for $1650 and 500 rounds of 223 for $0.54 a round. I am doing my part for the ailing economy in Texas.
     

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