No parking fees here, 7 bucks gets you in for 2 days and there were some great deals to be had. I had a lot of people that purchased firearms stop by and buy holsters. Oh and no kettle corn or jerky either. It’s the first show I’ve bought a table at in 9 years.Gave up on the kettle corn/ beef jerky shows 10 years ago +.
Ridiculous parking fees, high admission fees, NOTHING WORTH HAVING, totally cucked firearms sellers, every attempt to take down and harass “parking lot” transferrors and a general police state atmosphere.
Can’t support it
The big one here, is in Indy. First off, high parking fees, get's you into a spot a mile away, not allowed to carry, chances of getting mugged on the way in or out is high. Event is in one of the worst sections of town there is. Pay again to get into the "show". Tables and tables of junk, if you do find anything worthwhile, it will cost you an arm and a leg. They can make a shot out old M1 import look and sell for a thousand or so, if you actually see one. Absolutely nothing in there worth the trip/expense. Forget ammo, not even close to the deals at SG or other online sellers.
Just ass bad in the auction houses. There is a semi-regular gun auction on the Southside, but they have gotten so out of hand, I have seen people pay two to three times retail for ammunition, and cheap guns can go for twice what they sell at retail. Better to stick with reputable dealers, at least here.
I remember that location well. MANY moons ago, I lived up on San Bruno Mtn. area. Was working in the Bay Area, early 90's, it was bad then.Sounds like any show in kalifornistan. NOTHING WORTH HAVING and they are actively trying to bust serfs with the gall to suggest private transactions.
The cow palace show in Sf / daily city is right in the middle of the ghetto