The show ran there for 15 years and is well remembered by the attendees. The reopening of this show will feature high quality collectable, utilitarian sporting firearms, military firearms, the best custom knives shown by the makers and purveyors and an impressive display of antique firearms.
Featured among the large number of quality dealers will be George Neumann who is an expert in Revolutionary War weapons and accouterments and has authored several books on the subject.
Additionally there will be a great deal of related accessories, holsters, swords, parts, ammunition at great prices and an engraver is planned. In the services area Smoke n Gun Shop will provide a course that will facilitate getting a Westchester pistol permit. Perfect Trigger will offer a course to obtain a Utah pistol carry permit which is honored by numerous states.
The show will have some 300 tables in the most prestigious trade show facility between the Javits Center and Albany. Collectors and those interested in purchasing hunting, target and home defense firearms as well as those looking for an accessory or ammunition will be well served by this revived show.
The single defining quality of this show will be the wide variety of purchasable items. Attendees are encouraged to bring in any firearms they wish to sell or trade to dealers there. All firearms will be checked for safety at the door.
The Westchester County Center is a refurbished art deco style building with air conditioning. The building is at the point Rt. 119, the Bronx River Parkway and Central Ave. come together in White Plains. Ample parking is available.
June 19-20, 2010.
Show hours are 9AM to 5PM Saturday and 9AM to 3PM Sunday. Admission is $11. with $1.50 going to the County of Westchester. Children under 12 are free with a parent.
The public is encouraged to attend as early in the day as practical for the best choices and to attend the courses.
The number to the Westchester County Center is 914- 995-4050.
Dealer information is 914-248-1000.
About the Author: Corey Graff is the online editor for gundigest.com. His personal interest in firearms includes handguns for hunting and self-defense as well as guns from the World War II era.
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