Mary & I were planning to do this show, but then our work schedule (day job) interfered with it. Was there anyone there selling reloading items (powder, primers, bullets, etc)?I went from 9a-11a this morning. $15 x 2 less $1 each with coupons. A bit pricey. For the first show in OC in some years, I guess not too bad. First, wasn't crowded at all. Some firearm tables, not more than 10. Seemed like a few more ammo tables than firearms. There were a few tables of holsters (wife was looking for one). As always some knife tables. Miscellaneous tables with artwork, trinkets, bbq sauce, t-shirts, ... Will go again, next year to check it out. Would like to see more firearms dealers.
Edit: Oh yeah, doubt the 650 table claim. Maybe half that.
I agree, this was an issue. There was a shop from B-more there who would do the transfer as well without the shipping from what I understand but you would have to then go to b-more to pick it up. Having someone local to facilitate transfers would be a big plus. Admision was pricey however it was for all three days if you decided to go back. A lot smaller than I expected and apparently there was not enough merchandise and the auction portion was cancelled. I had friends there as the doors opened at 3:00 and the line apparently was pretty bad getting in and a bit of confusion over where to get the tickets vs. the line to get in. I arrived at 4:00 on Friday and there was no line. No smoking deals were there from what I saw but hopefully this show grows.Bad part, VA dealers an no local transfers. Saw a CHEAP S&W 25-2 Model 1955 $899. Went to Larry's and was told, "ATF says it has to ship to them". Not like I needed another 1955 with the sweat butter trigger
I did see powder and primers ($80/1K).