I went to up to the show arriving at approx. 9:30; most of the crowd appeared to be already there. I've got to get up earlier next year!
My general impression is that there were fewer occuppied table and less gun dealers and more non-gun items than in past years. This appears to be the trend in the lower 48 for the last 10 years or so.
There were quite a few Win 70 Classic SS rifles for sale. One individual had .30-06, .300 WSM, and a .338 WM rifles on the table priced at $600 each but indicated he would take less. These guns were apparently new but no boxes. These were one or two more I noted priced at $600 and some others priced higher. I guess the announcement of renewed production has deflated prices somewhat.
There were a few pre-64 Model 70s. I saw one re-worked pre-64 in 300 H&H that had been dull chrome plated so it looked like SS for $725.
I picked up the only deal I saw on scopes: an 60s or 70s vintage ZEISS Diatal 6 x 42 for $100. Very nice bright optics as we expect from Zeiss. It does have the European rails on the bottom so I've got to figure out how I can mount it.
As always it was good to meet up with many of the people I see at every show and trade lies.