Gun culture is still fairly new to me and my greenness showed its head throughout the day. There were old guns, new guns, rare guns, antique guns, golden guns, the kinds of guns that women secretly dream about -there were a lot of guns. WWI and WWII memorabilia, Vietnam War era collectibles and weapons, T-shirts, purses, jewelry, handmade leather sheaths and holsters, cheap knives, well made knives, well made hand crafted knives, hand crafted knives that may have been made while under the influence of meth amphetamines. The turnout was impressive, both in proprietors and consumers alike. Despite spending three hours there, I only spent $50. I only took a fee pics due to the massive crowd and the high level of concentration required to keep in step with the crowd.
Here they are:
The Nazi memorabilia was present at several booths. If I had enough money I would have bought all of it and set it on fire in the backyard.
Twins! A pair of PS90's at $1,350 each. It would be a shame to separate them. Someone adopt both please.
Here's what I picked up. An antique (sorry, hipsters, "vintage") straight razor: $10.00, and a Benchmade folder: $40.00. Trust me, the spending could have been much worse. The lock blade will be my new EDC and I will be restoring the razor so that I can stop flushing money down the sink with disposables.