Was at the last one. Didn't buy anything but was nice to talk to Sellers not "Big Time Gun Dealers". One seller talked more to my 15 yr old son than he did me. Kid asked me a question about the guy's AR on his table, and the seller heard and came over and answered it. They talked for about 10 minutes. At Medina they pretty much ignore him.
I appreciate your feedback. Aside from considering our shows to be family-friendly, what are we doing if we're not involving the kids? We love getting kids involved. My wife and I both teach hunter ed. We take every opportunity to get anyone and everyone safely involved in the shooting sports.
BTW, I don't know where you live, but the North Lawrence Fish and Game club has a youth day on 6-27-10. The club is in NW Stark County. They feed the kids lunch and then they spend the afternoon in small groups shooting .22s, archery, air rifles, shotguns (trap), fishing, etc. It's free. If you're interested call Dennis at 330.832.5161.
Was there today. Typical over priced stuff at the shows, more to pay there than to buy new somewhere else. The show was run ok, but the prices were really high. Just my opinion. A couple of the sellers were really helpful and nice.
Appreciate the feedback, Kaybe. Each vendor prices his/her items as they see fit. Yeah, some are overpriced, but there are always deals to be had. It just depends on what you're looking for. Thanks for coming out.
I was looking for some specific items, which I didn't find. The show was fun, I learned a couple of things, saw an interesting .22LR kit for an AR, but didn't figure I needed a $200 rimfire when I have several sitting in the safe now that cost less than that.
USMC1978, how about posting something about the winner of the drawing? Maybe not the name, but where they were from or something, just to give the drawing an air of authenticity
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