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    Nicely done!
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    I left a little after 12 noon without purchasing anything.
    I agree that Academy has better prices although I did see one vendor that had comparable prices to Academy.
    Ammo prices were pretty high.

    The gatlin gun would be nice to have wouldn't it?
    It was a nice show and not as crowded as it was back in April.

    MTee

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    went to the pa show today and they asked, other pa shows they didn't ask..so..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTee View Post
    I left a little after 12 noon without purchasing anything.
    I agree that Academy has better prices although I did see one vendor that had comparable prices to Academy.
    Ammo prices were pretty high.

    The gatlin gun would be nice to have wouldn't it?
    It was a nice show and not as crowded as it was back in April.

    MTee
    Yeah, that thing was awesome!
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    Someone usually has a Gatling Gun at the show. They make them out of a couple of 10-22's. I've thought about making me one out of two AR15's. It shouldn't be too hard to do.
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    That was the first Gatlin gun I have seen in person and it looked awesome!
    I got to turn the crank. hehe

    Huh? A two barrel Gatlin gun?


    MTee

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    It was not a 10/22 gatling but I think either a 45 or 50 caliber black powder one with 6 barrels... Pretty neat.. I should have gone back by and given those Shriners $10... but I only had $20 left to my name when I walked out.

    Lots of ammo there, this was a good thing... even if prices have gone up once again. Looks like I'm going to have to save up for the Dec. Show.

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    Yea, It was a raffle for 2000 tickets at $10 each which should bring a good sum of money to the Shriners.
    I should have gotten a ticket too but I don't have anywhere to store a large Gatlin gun.
    Not that I'm that lucky anyway.

    MTee

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