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    I just heard a spot in the radio about a gun show in Soldotna but it was too noisy for me to catch the details, has anyone heard anything about dates??

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    I've seen a posting on it. I think it's being put on by the "ammo can" a coffee joint in the Peninsula center mall. I go and shoot my bow a lot at northern Simulators and noticed it there but didn't pay much attention. Next time I'm over there I'll check dates and times.

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    • #3
      Haven't heard a thing. The only show I am aware of around here is the one at the Sterling Senior Center in July
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        This is posted on the board at Peninsula center mall

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        • #5
          Might have to see about a table or 2.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Chez View Post
            I just heard a spot in the radio about a gun show in Soldotna but it was too noisy for me to catch the details, has anyone heard anything about dates??
            I think your inbox is full, tried to reply to your pm.

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            • #7
              Thanks Tony, I cleared my PM's (I think, darn computers???) so it should be good to go

              SmokeRoss - What will you be selling? And I won't get there till after work, 4:30ish on friday, I hope the vendors plan on staying late and I hope some are selling food

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              • #8
                I didn't go. $100 for a table and bring your own table turned me off. Also any firearms sold had to go through an FFL per their rules. Not Fed or State. I passed.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SmokeRoss View Post
                  I didn't go. $100 for a table and bring your own table turned me off. Also any firearms sold had to go through an FFL per their rules. Not Fed or State. I passed.
                  Every show I've ever been to required us to bring our own tables, why would that turn you off? IIRC I always paid at least $200 per table and as much as $1,400. But they were all shows in the south.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Chez View Post
                    Every show I've ever been to required us to bring our own tables, why would that turn you off? IIRC I always paid at least $200 per table and as much as $1,400. But they were all shows in the south.

                    What are you trying to sell, PM if you like
                    I have never had to bring my own table to a gun show. Most I have ever paid that I recall is $50 per table. I have not done any shows in Anchorage or the Valley for several years. although I do attend them.
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