Syracuse Gun Show Alert: New York State Arms Collectors Association April 16-17


The largest Gun Show ever held in New York State will be staged April 16-17, 2011, at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY.  Over 800 exhibits and displays will be provided by our collectors and dealers from all over the United States and Canada.

Featured will be displays and sales tables of U.S. military arms, Colt Revolvers, high grade double barreled shotguns, Remingtons, muskets, Smith & Wesson, Kentucky rifles, gun parts & accessories, Indian items, Frontier & Western paraphernalia, Sharps, Springfields, Winchesters swords, bowie knives, powder horns, civilian and military weapons from all nations, custom-made and factory knives, military relics and equipment from before the Revolutionary War to present.

Cash or barter.  Haggling for the very best deal possible is both expected and accepted.  Old and unwanted guns gladly purchased by our collectors.

Admission is only $6.00 per day, children with parents FREE.  $5.00 per day for senior citizens.

For more information contact:

Sandy Ackerman Klinger
346 Paul Street
Endicott, NY 13760
(607) 748-1010
2:00pm – 6:00pm

Make Plans To Attend!

Recommended books for gun collectors:


Standard Catalog of Firearms, 20112011 Standard Catalog of Firearms, 21st Edition.

Gun Digest 2011, 65th Edition

The Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices 2010

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Corey Graff is the managing editor of the <i><a href="">Standard Catalog of Firearms</a></i> and <i><a href="">Gun Digest</a></i> annual book. In addition, he is the author of <i>What's In Your Bug-Out Bag?</i> and <i>The Comprehensive Guide to Concealed Carry Holsters.</i> His personal interest in firearms includes handguns for hunting and self-defense as well as bolt-action rifles for western hunting.


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