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 Republic Gun Show - were you there? Review? 
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Did anyone make it out to the gun show in Republic May 24-26? If so, how was it? Wanted to go but just couldn't get the time to make it out there. Would really like to hear anyone's review that was there.

Tue Jun 04, 2019 11:27 pm
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Shit. I forgot.

Wed Jun 05, 2019 4:55 pm
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Same. Had intended to go, didn't put it on the calendar.

Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:12 pm
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I was there. It was ok. Most dealers were charging BS prices and a lot of people selling junk.

There was one FFL from tricities that had amazing prices. A Keltec sub2000 for 350 and a SCAR17 for 3000, among other good deals. Got to meet Chief Culp and get a signed book. Brett Bass was there and was giving away free car safes along with Boyd Kneeland. Was great seeing those two.

King County Council wants to KICK DOWN YOUR DOOR and TAKE YOUR GUNS
What we are doing next
The Gun Safety Action Plan will continue to expand and evolve to ensure that King County is doing everything in power to stop senseless gun violence and make our communities safer. We value you as a partner in this fight and hope you will share your ideas and solutions with us here.
State law restricts our ability to enact many common sense changes that would go a long way toward preventing mass shootings.
Which is why:
It's time to lead or get out of the way
The Washington State Legislature enacted a preemptive ban on local jurisdictions from making laws that might limit the sale or possession of firearms in our state.
If the state preemption law is repealed, the King County Gun Safety Action Plan will immediately:
Ban semi-automatic, high velocity weapons: Ban the sale and possession of semi-automatic, high velocity weapons
Ban high capacity ammunition magazines: Ban the sale and possession of high capacity ammunition magazines

Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:08 pm
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