Went by the gun show at the Jacobs Building yesterday. The parking lot was filled slap up, and folks were parked willy-nilly in overflow parking and there was a line to get in.
I got a chance to see all my peeps, although I felt a little doofy when I was talking to various of my mentors like Ralph and, later, Bill:
Me: "...and I got a Colt 1902! For only, like, about six bills! Bob just made a takedown plug for it."
Them: "Very good! Do you have it with you?"
Me: "Yeah, but... uh... I forgot and left it in the trunk of the car, which is parked in, like, the outback of Botswana."
Now, don't get me wrong here; Indianapolis has fantastic gun shows. The Indy 1500 is better than double the size of the best show here in K-town, but there are two things it doesn't have: The Crockett Creek beef jerky lady and tables of ammo from Georgia Arms. I managed to get a bag of my Blazin' Cajun gun show sacrament, but Georgia Arms didn't set up at this show, which was a bummer.
(By-the-by, if anyone needs a takedown plug for a Colt 1903 Pocket Hammer, Coal Creek Armory has probably the only one for sale in christiandom. If anyone needs a Colt 1903 Pocket Hammer to go with the takedown plug, I am given to understand that Randy's up on Broadway inexplicably still has the one for sale that I should have bought a year ago.)