This show is unbelievably big! If you have never been to this show in Tulsa, OK, then I can't really describe how big it really is. It takes an entire day just to breeze through at a steady walk and not stop to ponder too long at any single tables. There were five people in our group that traveled to Tulsa from Alabama. We explained that there might be a gun shortage in Alabama soon so we were comming to stock up. Each of us had a list of items on everyone else's wish list and a pad and pen to mark where we saw it. We would compare notes during the evening and spend Sunday actually making purchases. I bought a 4" blue Python that was near mint, an AK bayonet, an AK underfolder flat, a Blackdog Machine Shop drum magazine (.22 LR) for my M-16, and an assortment of parts for various other builds that I am working on. Jerry picked up a M6 Survival rifle in .22 Hornet/.410, a 1911 Military issue made in 1911, a 1902 Colt .38 auto, a Winchester M1 carbine, and a Winchester Garand. The rest of our party bought: 1911 Colt Stainless in 9mm Styr Scout rifle in .308 Marlin lever-action .45-70 870 remington model 63 Winchester .22 .22/.22 mag single action revolver I found four items for my wish list. The two rifles are an 8-bore and a 4-bore double made by the same maker ($124,000.00 for the pair) The first revolver is a .45-70 six-shot and the next revolver is a working copy of a Colt Patterson that is three feet long and weighs 34 pounds; the bullets at 7/8" in diameter. This gun can be seen on the trailer for an auction tv show that runs on the History channel. He is asking $8500.00 for it, we made it to $6500.00 and exchanged phone numbers to keep bargaining.