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Tulsa gun show

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by MACH4RANDY, Apr 3, 2011.

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  1. MACH4RANDY

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    Just got home from a day and a half at the Wannamacher Tulsa Okla Gun Show! What a fantastic show. 9 hours and still didn't see it all. Got a 20ga BSS / 12ga BSS / and a Citori ultralight .410 at great prices.
    If you have never been it is a trip worth your time.
     
  2. whiz-bang

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    Myself and three of my friends have the same table on the lower end row nine for both shows. We don't set up on Sunday although the vendor next to us uses it. The best day to be there is Friday for dealer set up. No big crowds and a easier walk.

    I was lucky enough to find and buy a 1930s vintage Remington shooting gallery canvas counter cover or sometimes called a banner that hung on the wall at a shooting gallery at a carnival or amusement park. This will fit in very nicely with my recent restoration of a 1930s vintage Evans shooting gallery. Bought many bricks of vintage 22 ammo and managed one more 22 cal smooth bore for my collection.

    Saw Hank Williams JR. on Friday looking to buy more Winchesters.
     
  3. Palos shooter

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    I was at the Tulsa show Friday and Saturday..Upstairs Aisle 14 ..Place was crowded and the parking lot was full..There were some deals but you had to look for them.My fuel bill was $280 round trip with a little trip to the Hard Rock casino.Gasoline was $3.35 a gal in Oklahoma and some patrs of Missouri.I was shocked to see gas was $3.99 in northern IL.The downstairs tables were like a Browning collectors society, and they had the prices on the ceiling..I guess they just trade with each other.It is nice to see the older Browning engraved guns that were engraved by the masters .
     
  4. DoubleAuto

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    Palos shooter:

    The Browning Collectors Association is the group you are referring to. This group does a lot of trading among themselves. Their prices are even ridiculous in their own newsletter. They also know a lot of people bring Brownings to the show to sell since they have been meeting there for years.
     
  5. MACH4RANDY

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    Saw Hank as well ! Just thought the guy looked a lot like HWJ then noticed Security and he went behind a table. Just blew it off as a look alike cause he was loud and what not. Then when I left I saw his bus outside. Heck we thought he was gonna get in a fight with someone in the isle.

    I did not have much trouble buying 3 guns and a set of .410 briley tubes.
     
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