Tulsa Gun Show, 5/1/2021

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Went to the gun show for a little while this morning.

Wasn't very crowded. Took less than an hour to look at everything though, and I wasn't particularly hurrying through.

As you'd guess, prices are crazy. I could use some .17 hmr, but the cheapest I saw was $30 a box. That's still $5 less than I've found it in stock on the internet, but I'll just hope to get lucky at Academy or Bass Pro for half that. I know it's a long shot, but...

Saw plenty of .223 but even a lot of the steel case was near $1 a round. The cheapest brass case I remember was 90 cents a round. I saw a box of 333 rounds, I think Winchester .22 LR for over $100. I didn't really notice people buying ammo at those prices, but wasn't especially paying attention.

Unless you're just bored or need something, probably not worth your time or $14 admission.
 

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I just left. Some decent diamonds in the rough. However as stated above most mainstream items and ammo was way inflated.
Saw an older Browning 22 takedown, with nice vintage scope. A little to much $ for me though.
 

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Did you miss my tables?
Almost completely cleaned out.
2 table of guns and only 1 gun left at 1:30
Ammo Almost all gone
1917 enfield receivers moving good at $25
Brought a case of remington 22 lr standard velocity target ammo
standard retail price is 69.99 a brick
I had it for 60 a brick and no interest.
 
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