Discussion in 'Midwest' started by Kansas Kid, Feb 4, 2019.
Thinking about going to it, about a two hour drive for me. Is it worth the drive? Thanks
It can be.. it is a small show, so take that into consideration. There is a occasionally some interesting things t be found on the trade tables.
Last time John Pieron's table had a nice assortment of goods and ML builder supplies. Jim Turpin and Dennis Martini were there with a nice
display of guns they have built. Found a copy of the Ned Roberts ML book for less than $20 <if I remember correctly?>
How many tables/ square foot do you suppose it is.
The room is about 30 X 100 maybe-ish usually has tables along the outside and then a row, or two down the middle?
I've been twice. Once you had more than enough room to swing a cat.. the other not so much?? Guess it just depends on who's
ramrodding the show!
don't know if that helps any??
Ok may head out in the morning. Thanks
Kid, did you make it to Holden? wondered how it was??
I did not, the snow and ice made me stay home.
Me too! plus my wife was sick so I kinda stayed close to home! THEN I CAUGHT HER BUG
Im a little late, buuuut... I know and have worked closely with the guy thst puts on that show. He has a handfull of swell guys helping him with the show. I used to help out some too. His name is Doug Warren, a local gun and accutrement maker. Hes a great guy and sells guns at a very fair price. He aint out to get rich quick. He definately knows his way around a period style rifle. Alos knows his history regarding the various styles/peoriods/eras. The show seems to be growing slowly but steadily every year.
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