Rented table to get out after 4 months self "quarantine" on farm. My usual stuff except no pistols, two muzzle-loaders (southern mountain flint and .54 T/C) due to recent "troubles" in St. Louis area. 9mm and 5.56 offered at sometimes TRIPLE normal prices. AR's ad AK's far outnumbered most everything else long gun wise. Semi-auto pistols same thing. WTH? Not the "normal" crowd of collectors, hunters, gun-nuts although they were the majority. Dozens and dozens of young African Americans toting and buying AR/AK pistols, semi-auto pistols, 9mm, 5.56, 7.62 x 39 ammo. Most common question to me was "You got any 9mm or .300 blackout bullets?" A "straw purchase" attempt was reported to a police officer and an arrest made which was announced over the p.a. but it was obvious that such was being tried within my view. Thank goodness the dealers were all doing the proper background checks that I saw and refused to sell without them, period, to anyone. As one told me "This is my living. It's not worth it to make a few dollars more and take the chance." I agreed with him. I am about the most un-bigoted person you will ever know but being an old cop it's not hard to pick out a bad apple when it's right in front of you. If these were sold to protect homes, families, and property that's great and fine and appropriate but I really fear some will not be used for the good of polite society. Which is why I'll stick to selling my old stuff at city gunshows. "Hey look this old guy's selling his musket."