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    Well I went to the local Fair Grounds for the gun / knife show today after Church. Usually the show is at the very least moderately (150+) crowded at this time of day, but there were fewer than 30 (maybe as low as 20) people that were not vendors in the whole building!

    Curious I said to on the the regulars, "Please don't tell me it was this way yesterday" N he said "It was this way yesterday"... "with high gas prices and the economics people are afraid to get out".

    Well I figure at this rate if this keeps up the Democrats will not need to pass any gun show laws, all the vendors will just go broke...

    The moral to this story is support your hobby go buy a gun N some ammo.

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    I like that advice. I think I'll go out and buy some ammo tomorrow.

  4. Ya there are a gun show this weekend and a gun raffle as well. I have my raffle ticket and plan on going to the show on Sunday. Just got to do my part to keep the economy going.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon View Post
    Well I went to the local Fair Grounds for the gun / knife show today after Church. Usually the show is at the very least moderately (150+) crowded at this time of day, but there were fewer than 30 (maybe as low as 20) people that were not vendors in the whole building!

    Curious I said to on the the regulars, "Please don't tell me it was this way yesterday" N he said "It was this way yesterday"... "with high gas prices and the economics people are afraid to get out".

    Well I figure at this rate if this keeps up the Democrats will not need to pass any gun show laws, all the vendors will just go broke...

    The moral to this story is support your hobby go buy a gun N some ammo.
    I would love to do this.. just send me the money.. or maybe I could ask for a bail out grant from the government...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc and his Glock View Post
    I would love to do this.. just send me the money.. or maybe I could ask for a bail out grant from the government...

    I am waiting for mine.
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    that's really too bad.. I would love to do my part and get another gun... what a great idea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimberRB View Post
    Ya there are a gun show this weekend and a gun raffle as well. I have my raffle ticket and plan on going to the show on Sunday. Just got to do my part to keep the economy going.
    I have an even better suggestion to put some money into the economy. Buy a tank of gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon View Post
    Well I went to the local Fair Grounds for the gun / knife show today after Church. Usually the show is at the very least moderately (150+) crowded at this time of day, but there were fewer than 30 (maybe as low as 20) people that were not vendors in the whole building!

    Curious I said to on the the regulars, "Please don't tell me it was this way yesterday" N he said "It was this way yesterday"... "with high gas prices and the economics people are afraid to get out".

    Well I figure at this rate if this keeps up the Democrats will not need to pass any gun show laws, all the vendors will just go broke...

    The moral to this story is support your hobby go buy a gun N some ammo.
    Went to the local show in Spokane last weekend, it was pretty crowded. I think since it was in town its cheaper to spend the $7 on the show than to head out for the weekend camping, boating, ATVing or shooting as most do around here. I couldn't estimate the crowd, it wasn't a large show by any means, but I'm sure there were over 1,000 folks there with me. Spokane is pretty large town in these parts though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    I have an even better suggestion to put some money into the economy. Buy a tank of gas.
    I don't think he wanted to put THAT much money into the economy:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiofan View Post
    Went to the local show in Spokane last weekend, it was pretty crowded. I think since it was in town its cheaper to spend the $7 on the show than to head out for the weekend camping, boating, ATVing or shooting as most do around here. I couldn't estimate the crowd, it wasn't a large show by any means, but I'm sure there were over 1,000 folks there with me. Spokane is pretty large town in these parts though.
    I know the Spokane are fairly well , had a uncle that lived there most of his life n we use to go out and visit ever couple of years but he passed N it has been a few years since my last visit. Last trip out we ended up at the Grand Coolie dam N played the nickel slots.

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