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    Table at next Spokane Gun Show

    The next gun show in Spokane is a 3 day affair, Apr 6,7,8. Are there any plans to have a table at this one? I will be available on Friday to sit there if we have one. Do we need to have a meetup soon to finalize the plans and get some money together for the table?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobR View Post
    The next gun show in Spokane is a 3 day affair, Apr 6,7,8. Are there any plans to have a table at this one? I will be available on Friday to sit there if we have one. Do we need to have a meetup soon to finalize the plans and get some money together for the table?

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    Thought I'd bump the thread, since a few of the guys I work with and I are planning on carpooling down Saturday. Anyone else going to be there? Will there be a OCDO booth we can bug somebody at?

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    It doesn't look like there is going to be a table at this one, it never got legs.

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    dwordinger, orphan and myself usually man the table. Due to prior commitments we are unable to have a table. This is unfortunate, I was hoping to keep a presence at the (three day) gun shows to keep OC in the open, so to speak.
    However, I don't believe it is too late if someone can get in touch with the Lewis - Clark Traders they might still get a table. I have pamphlets they can use.

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    Just out of curiosity, who runs this gunshow, and what are the rules, as far as, bringing in your personal guns?
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    The gun show is run by the Lewis and Clark Traders, however they don't have any web presence to speak of that I could link to. If I recall correctly from previous years (It's been a while since I've been) they allow personal carry, but you must unload at the door and they run a ziptie through your action.

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