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Old 01-12-2012, 12:08 AM   #1
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The Indy 1500 Jan.13-15.
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Old 01-12-2012, 12:24 AM   #2
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That is a great show! I use to go there when I lived in Indiana. And also use to set up there for the company I use to work for. RRA Inc.
Probably have met you before if you attend regularly.
Take care and have a great time.
If anyone here on the FTF lives within a reasonable distance from Indianapolis and the State Fair Grounds they should go!

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I am SO pizzed the show is on the dates it is.....BECAUSE I wont have any cash to go blow!! I am thinking the next one will be in July....hope to be at that one.

Its an awesome show with some truly KILLER deals to be had.

Thats where i was finally able to bag my Ruger .44 mag carbine. It was the only one at the place, the only gun of its kind amongst over 150,000 guns, and snagged it up for well under what i had budgeted for it. Which was promptly blown on reloading components and assorted other accessories.
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I miss the old Bill Goodman shows, less tacticool and more old middle to upper end hunting stuff.
Have bought and sold at the 1500, can be a decent show.
Never know unless ya go!
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