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Very true about the see with your eyes and not with your hands. I can't tell you how many times I said "don't touch" today between the two of them! I don't even want them touching the tables.Match day for me!Always enjoyed taking my boys to the gun show. They learned early on that "we see with our eyes NOT with our hands."It is even more fun now that they are in their 20's.
LKN sounds like Im glad I didn't waste my time going,thanks for the reportWell, as an old fart I spent the day at Charlotte Metrolina gun show with my two sons, age 52 and 50, and one of my grandsons about 24. Grandson is walking encyclopedia about "everything" that shoots a bullet. (Naval Academy and Citadel).
We all walked together for several hours. I went on a "buzz walk" and covered 3 buildings very quickly looking for old Colts and Smiths that interests me.
Typically about 3 dealers carry anything I would be interested in.
As for Colt's...only one dealer had anything ...Python 2 1/2" with wrong stocks, $3 grand. POS Python 6", something like $1,800. Some more but Lawman, crazy.
All together we probably didn't spend $200 buck, but a great day with my boys!! (I think all the wives were glad to get us out of the house.)
Guns have never been a secret or mysterious in our house. When either of the boys asked about a gun I was cleaning or messing with or when the safe door was open, I never said no and dropped whatever I was doing to answer the question and let them handle it if they wanted. They learned early to check if it was loaded or ask me if they couldn't work the slide or didn't know how. There were a few swatted hands...but only a few.Very true about the see with your eyes and not with your hands. I can't tell you how many times I said "don't touch" today between the two of them! I don't even want them touching the tables.