Well, we just had our last gun show today. I do not set up at the gun show but did make all of them to look around and visit with friends. About 6 months ago one of the dealers brougt in a loaded .45 Auto and laid it out on his table. Although it did have a plastic tie on it a 16 year old boy somehow managed to cock the hammer and fire the pistol. It hit another pistol on the dealers table and went into the roof. Nobody hurt. Well, today it happened again. An individual unknown to everyone set up two tables, mostly rifles. Apparently he had 5 loaded rifles in his racks that held the guns with muzzle up. As he was trying to put a plastic tie on a 25-06 the rifle went off and the bullet traveled into the ceiling. Guns shows are now history. Again, nobody hurt thank goodness. What was alarming to me was the stories, true or not, told by other dealers of going to other gun shows where people had paid to get in and brough ammo with them. They then loaded handguns and rifles and left hoping one would discharge which would produce the results of what has happened here. If any of you guys that promote gun shows have a way to prevent things like this from happending you had better get in gear with a plan. It has happened here and I hate to see an end to it all.