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Thread: Gun Show Coming to the Expo Mart in Monroeville

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    October 10th & 11

    Sat 9 -5 Sun 9-4.

    Flyer Promised 1200 tables of vendor's.

    Guns, Ammo, Militaria, Relic's, Knives, etc......

    Also stated that there will be no loaded firearms allowed inside the building. Carried by the people attending the show.

    Just thought I would give everyone a head's up.



    I am curious as to what the die hard OC'ers think about show rules like that and if you would want to even go if you could not openly carry?





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    I think they're both smart and retarded at the same time, and I wouldn't go to a show with rules like that.

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    Most every gun show has that policy.

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    You'll also notice I've never been to a gun show.

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    agentw0 wrote:
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    I am curious as to what the die hard OC'ers think about show rules like that and if you would want to even go if you could not openly carry?



    Agent, the proprietors are not prohibiting clientele from open carrying,they are prohibiting loadedCC or OC.

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    I used to live near there so I've been to many gun shows at the expo mart. If they see you bring a gun in, they will require it to be unloaded and will put a plastic tie on it so it can't be reloaded.

    Unfortunately, concealed means concealed in this case, since PA law does not care about their signs.

    And last time they had a gun show there about acouple years ago some old guyaccidentally shot himself so they'll probably be strict.

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