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Wanenmacher's Tulsa Arms Show

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    Posted: Apr 07 2021 at 9:54pm
Anyone going to be at the Tulsa Show this weekend?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote W5USMC Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr 11 2021 at 9:01pm
So did you go to the Tulsa show Glen? If so how was it? Keep telling myself I am going to make it there one year.
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There was a good crowd, but not as big as in the past.  A friend and I had a couple of tables with carbines, knives, web gear and pistols.  I took some collector carbines (Winchester WTA, T-code, Un-Quality) and price them accordingly.  Lots of interest but didn't sell any carbines.

As I was setting up, Cabelas rep came in and bought all the military guns (25-30) from the guy across the aisle - carbines, Garands, and 03s.  Stacked them up like cord wood and wrote a check for over 40 grand.  Seller said he got $1500 a piece for the regular carbines and $2200 for IPs and such.

I walked around some and saw quite a few carbines.  Shooters were $2000 plus.  I didn't see any that sold.

Handguns and 9 mm ammo seem to be the most popular items.
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were u the guy with $4500 unquality?
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Close, but not exactly.
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