AR-15 MagPul Pmags? Check.
Marlin Papoose mags? Check.
9mm 1911 mags? Bzzzt! No good ones for sale. While shaped in a vaguely magazine-like fashion, ProMag, Triple K, and USA brand magazines are disqualified on technical terms. You see, the definition of a magazine is "an ammunition feeding device", and they don't.
.45ACP ammo? Check.
.38 Spl ammo? Check.
9mm ammo? Check. (Found a smokin' deal on Win Q4217 147gr JHP's. I should have bought 100 rounds more than I did.)
.44-40? Bzzzt! Ran out of green stamps by the time I found anybody who had any at a reasonable price. (Winchester silver box is no longer what I'd call "reasonably priced" in that caliber.)
I also picked up some small 1911 bits, an AR-15 LRPK, and a new leather gun belt. (My Milt Sparks has been in darn near daily usage for over two years, and looks it.)
A Note: I have been going to gun shows for twenty-odd years now. Shootin' Buddy has been going to this specific show for some twenty years now. Both of us have been to gun shows on the eve of the '94 AWB, gun shows in December of 1999 during the Y2K Panic, shows immediately after 9/11 and the celebratory ones at the sunset of the AWB and neither of us had ever, ever, EVER seen a crowd like this.
By 9AM there was a 45 minute wait to get in... and there still was when we left after 1PM. This is the first time I have ever in my life said, at a gun show, "Look, I've spent my money, and I'm just not having any fun here. Let's go." Normally I'm the one who has to be dragged to the exit, kicking and screaming. The economy was certainly getting stimulated at the State Fairgrounds, let me tell you.
...and now me and roomie are going to have an AR-15 lower assembly party. :)