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I went to the Parsons show a couple of times a few years ago. Small, over priced and not worth the trip. I've never bothered going back. 

However, bear in mind that shows have been shut down for a long time due to covid. Some interesting stuff might show up. But I'll also bet that prices will be crazy.

If you go, give us a report. 

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I live in Dickson and usually go to the show here.  It is sometimes a bit of a letdown, but last one was pretty good.  

Two buildings usually packed.  I imagine a good turnout.

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I live in just up the road from the fairgrounds in Dickson but really don’t want to get out in the weather. May try in the morning.

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I went yesterday (Sat) and there was a fair display of weapons and some ammo.  Not the deals on ammo that I was hoping for, but don't know if those days will be back anytime soon.  At least there was ammo there.

Huge turn out in attendance.

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I was there for a while this morning I was a little surprised by the number of guns on the tables was not expecting that many. I also handle a shield plus performance center. Was hoping to find a standard shield plus no one had them.

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