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Knob Creek in April

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Anybody going?I hadn't been in a few years,a friend of mine went in Oct. and said they wasn't much shooting going on.Not as much as he has seen in past shows.

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I can't see going to Knob Creek over the shoot at Strategic Edge that 2 of our members here are hosting.
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I was just checking to see if was as good a show as it was years back.Didnt know if the ammo prices had much of a affect on it or not.

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Knob Creek report:

223 ammo is cheap- $300 per case of wolf gold 55gr

54r is pricy - not many surplus crates to be seen - prices $150-190 a can.

Surplus 8mm running around 350-400 a crate of 900

Lots of current production pistol calibers to be found

Gonna be COLD

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Is it legal to carry a long gun at the creek to sell?


I've often see people carrying long guns with signs to sell there.
They strap all guns at the gate, like any gun show.

I'm looking forward to being there Sat.

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I guess what I'm asking is it legal for inviduals from 2 different states to do trading or selling. You don't really know the gun laws in the state that your selling too .Which ones don't allow what.Also do you think there would be ATF's set ups there trying to " catch " or " get " somebody?

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I guess what I'm asking is it legal for inviduals from 2 different states to do trading or selling. You don't really know the gun laws in the state that your selling too .Which ones don't allow what.Also do you think there would be ATF's set ups there trying to " catch " or " get " somebody?


Legal if and only if you go through an FFL. Who cares whether or not there would be a sting setup, selling to someone out of state is a no go. Might not be right but it is the law.
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I guess what I'm asking is it legal for inviduals from 2 different states to do trading or selling. You don't really know the gun laws in the state that your selling too .Which ones don't allow what.Also do you think there would be ATF's set ups there trying to " catch " or " get " somebody?



Sounds like you already know the answer......

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Hershmeister, on 07 Apr 2016 - 5:31 PM, said:

54r is pricy - not many surplus crates to be seen - prices $150-190 a can.

Surplus 8mm running around $350-400 a crate of 900

 

HOLY SH*T!!!!!  :stare:

 

I'm RICH!   :woohoo:  

 

RICH I Tell You! 

 

Wealthy beyond my ability to comprehend!

 

Reckon it was just dumb luck that years ago SOG & AIM sold all those cases without the can opener and I was too cheap to pay the $5 for an opener!     

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