Hey guys. Thought I'd let you know there is a gun show at the Drawbridge Inn this weekend. I'm planning on going, but I don't know if I'm going on Saturday or Sunday. They are located at the Buttermilk Pike exit off I-75. Directions to the Drawbridge Hotel
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Might have to check it out. Depends on me getting my rug rats this weekend lol.
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It's been my experience that gun prices actually go UP during bad economic times it seems. I guess it's because people are more desperate, but I'm not sure. Most gun shows I attend nowadays are indeed gun SHOWS, because they dang sure aren't gun SALES. The one that's coming up in Hindman (Knott Co.) this coming weekend is a pretty good show if you're not driving a long distance. Usually about 200 or so tables. It's a more friendly environment than those in Lexington and Louisville (i.e. guys in trench coats aren't walking around buying up all the used AR-15's). In my opinion, the best gun show in the state is probably the show in Somerset at their big new convention center.
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