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Old March 26th, 2018, 01:54 PM #1
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Timonium Fairgrounds April 14 & 15

Timonium Fairgrounds

2200 York Rd Timonium, MD 21093
(Just off exit 17 of I-83)

600 Tables

2018 Dates
January 13 & 14
April 14 & 15
October 20 & 21

Open to the Public
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 3pm

Admission is $8.00 a day for anyone 12 and up

Parking is Free
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Old April 14th, 2018, 09:07 PM #3
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Timonium Fairgrounds

2200 York Rd Timonium, MD 21093
(Just off exit 17 of I-83)

600 Tables

2018 Dates
January 13 & 14
April 14 & 15
October 20 & 21

Open to the Public
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 3pm

Admission is $8.00 a day for anyone 12 and up

Parking is Free
I went today. Bought a few accessories. Wasnít to impressed with the overall event. Had a good time though.
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Dragged my poor wife to the show. I thought it was sparse with few guns. Jewlery, dried meat, tee shirts, knives ( some custom, some not so much). Met David, a rep from el passo holsters, bought an on ground steel pistol target, some para cord, a couple of used swiss army knives, and a brass brush or two. And oh yes, a 50 rd box of speer gold dot 357 sig for a new glock that wouldn’t feed this ammo and went back to the factory. Coming home after 4 weeks.
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This show turned out to be a gold mine! (at least for me) I can't go into detail but Lee knows what I'm talking about!

Somes sweet finds and deals to be had if you look
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Went to the show with several grand in my pocket. Left the show with several grand in my pocket. Picked up 2 pounds of powder to try, one for pistol and one for rifle and that's all. Didn't see anything worth buying otherwise. They should rename Maryland gun shows, beef jerky and trinket shows! Although I try to give these shows the benefit of doubt, I have had enough. No more Maryland shows for me.
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Old April 15th, 2018, 01:59 PM #7
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You missed an enjoyable AGC workday.
My last Maryland show was 1997.
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My last Maryland show was 1997.
No, I didn't. Have to wonder why they were told to only cut part of the bamboo on the 200 yd range and to only cut it part way down.

Last time I did it, I took it as close to the ground as reasonably possible. Hard to get rid of that stuff!!!
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Went to the show with several grand in my pocket. Left the show with several grand in my pocket. Picked up 2 pounds of powder to try, one for pistol and one for rifle and that's all. Didn't see anything worth buying otherwise. They should rename Maryland gun shows, beef jerky and trinket shows! Although I try to give these shows the benefit of doubt, I have had enough. No more Maryland shows for me.


Dist, thatís the second show where you went with a stack of Benjaminís and left with the same stack.

You must be getting tired of carrying them around.

Why donít you let me hold them for you?
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Went to the show with several grand in my pocket. Left the show with several grand in my pocket. Picked up 2 pounds of powder to try, one for pistol and one for rifle and that's all. Didn't see anything worth buying otherwise. They should rename Maryland gun shows, beef jerky and trinket shows! Although I try to give these shows the benefit of doubt, I have had enough. No more Maryland shows for me.
I agree. Rocky Road fudge was my best purchase.
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