Skip to comments.Southwest Shooting Authority Announces Azís First Ever All Private Gun Show
Posted on 02/15/2013 8:37:48 AM PST by EXCH54FE
Lakeside, AZ --(Ammoland.com)- One last poke at the libs before the before the federal government rams through gun control and universal background check becomes law. We are restoring Americas Heritage!
Maybe the first ever all private gun show! No Taxes! No Dealers! No paperwork! No Background checks! Buy, sell and trade! Experience gun trading as it should be!
This show is solely for guns and products relating to Americas firearms heritage. People can come and sell their guns while walking around and visiting with friends or purchase a table, stay all day and peddle your items.
Vendors are encouraged to bring guns, ammo, gun accessories, survival and preparedness items and military surplus only. This is NOT a swap meet for tools, toys, jewelry and junk!
Refreshments will be available! All applicable state and federal laws pertaining to private transfers of firearms will be strictly adhered to. Firearms safety will be strictly enforced. No alcoholic beverages or controlled substances. Firearms receipts and an information sheet with current laws will be available to all.
Date: Saturday, 9 March 2013 Time: 9am to 6pm. Doors open at 7:30 for those setting up tables. Location: 537 Woodland road in Lakeside, AZ. (Belgian Towing shop) Cost: Tables $25, all others $5 at the door.
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Why isn’t New Jersey more like Arizona?
I went to a gun show at a county fair ground in Oklahoma many years ago. I walked and walked through isles of tools and junk before I found a gun. It was more a swap meet for junk than a gun show. Never went back.
This is going to send leftards into cardiac arrest.
AZ have requirements on private sales?
“Why isn’t New Jersey more like Arizona?”
Christie, Lautenberg, et al......
Correct, there are NONE for private sales, cash and carry.
What a great idea! Hope they have a HUGE turnout. Other gun show operators, please take notice.
Yeah, we’re real sticklers for things like agreements adhered to, checks clearing and the like. Oh, no five-finger discounts. Those are AZ regulations.
Undercover BATF&E weenies will be pulling their hair out.
The majority of the residents in each state, perhaps?
It is about free speech, free assembly and defense against Tyranny.
These should be called PR wise and in greater reality, Freedom shows with firearm incidental trade emphasis.
These are the true rallies against domestic-violence. Of course, now the Brady Bunch are favoring to let rape happen instead of shooting back...
or it could look like this:
I’m not seeing how this is any different than all the other gun shows that happen down here. Nor do I see how attending or not effects my rights. It’s a gun show, that’s nice, gun shows are fun, maybe the dinks will outlaw them, maybe they won’t.
A few bits. First is that everybody calls it Pinetop-Lakeside, not just Lakeside. It is very beautiful and in March it will be grand, weather wise. It is in the White Mountains of Arizona, and was where the Pleasant Valley War was fought, for the most part.
It is in the middle of Navajo County, which offers not only Monument Valley in the North, but Keams Canyon, part of the Petrified Forest National Park, and the largest stand of Ponderosa Pines in North America. Its first Sheriff was the famous Old West gunman Commodore Perry Owens.
It would be nice to add: No Federal Law Enforcement!
There will be more BATF agents and DOJ people than real gun enthusiasts in attendance.
They’ll be easy to spot. Look for the doinks walking around scowling.