Small Arms Review Gun Show WEST

since 2000
Phoenix, Arizona

First weekend in Dec

Small Arms Review Gun Show WEST

If you have never been to the Small Arms Review Gun Show in Phoenix, Arizona, you have a few days left to make plans to attend.

This is the biggest gunshow in Arizona, and some say the largest gun show west of Tulsa each year.
There will be plenty of AR15, AK47, Full Auto, SBR, SBS, AOW, Suppressors and lots more at this show.

With the current events, this might set records for attendance and sales.

I can’t wait to see how the show turns out this year. Hope to see you there

Special Note:
Photography is NOT allowed at gunshows. We were given special permission and we were accompanied by the show staff in order to take these pictures for our review. Furthermore, we asked permission at each booth before we took our photos.

http://www.gunshowreview.com/SAR_2008/

Small Arms Review Gun Show WEST 2008
Where: Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ
When: Friday-Sunday December 5, 6 & 7, 2008 (3 days)

Public Show Hours
Friday, Dec 5th 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday, Dec 6th 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, Dec 7th 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

http://www.smallarmsreview.com

Crossroads of the West Gun Shows
http://www.crossroadsgunshows.com

Arizona State Fairgrounds
1826 W McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85007

Gun Show Review
http://www.gunshowreview.com

Another video review by:
http://www.GunWebsites.com

Small Arms Review Show | Gun Show Reviews

 

Knob Creek Gun Show

Machine Gun Shoot & Military Gun Show

Shoot since 1965
Gun Show since 1985

 900 tables

West Point, Kentucky

The World’s Largest Machine Gun Shoot and Military Gun Show

  • bi-annual event
  • second weekend of April and October
  • Started by Biff Sumner
  • 1970 started shooting dynamite
  • 1981 Kenny Sumner took over the shoot
  • 1985 Started a Gun Show at the shoot
  • 350 yard outdoor range
  • 20 miles south of Louisville
  • former military-munitions test range
  • biannual event in April and October
  • Gun show
  • Dec 22, 2005 featured on R. Lee Ermey’s television show Mail Call 

“World’s Largest Machine Gun Shoot and Military Gun Show”


Knob Creek Gun Range 
690 Ritchey Lane 
West Point, KY 40177
502-922-4457


Blade Show

first show in 1982

Sponsored by BLADE Magazine

Hosts hundreds of knife makers, antique knives on display, knife manufacturer, knife industry, knife seminars & more

  • 1982 as the American Blade Convention and Show in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1983 became “The American Blade Collector’s Show”
  • 1984 became “The Blade Super Show”
  • 1986 moved to Knoxville, Tennessee
  • 1988 became “the Blade Show & Cutlery Fair” or “Blade Show”
  • 1993 moved to Atlanta, Georgia

2018 Event

  • June 1 – 3, 2018
  • Cobb Galleria Centre – Atlanta, GA

2017 Event

  • June 2 – 4, 2017
  • Cobb Galleria Centre – Atlanta, GA

Shot Show

1,600 exhibitors

since 1979

Las Vegas, Nevada (since 2010)

  • Once a year in January
  • Largest Firearms Industry trade show
  • One of the largest trade shows in the world
  • 600,000 square feet
  • 62,000 industry professionals attend
  • from all 50 states
  • Attendees from 100+ countries
  • 2010 Has been in Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas Nevada. 
  • law enforcement agents and agencies, hunting gun shops shooting ranges, sporting goods stores
  • not open to the public and is restricted to commercial buyers and sellers

Home

The Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Tradeshow (SHOT) is the worldwide annual gathering that unites manufacturer and retailer and all other industry stakeholders to trade, source and learn about the latest products, innovations and trends in the shooting sports industry.

SHOT Show Reviews

  • SHOT Show 2010
    – 2010 SHOT Range Day
    – 2010 SHOT Day One
    – 2010 SHOT Day Two
    – 2010 SHOT Day Three
    – 2010 SHOT Day Four
  • SHOT Show 2009
    – 2009 SHOT Range Day
    – 2009 SHOT Day One
    – 2009 SHOT Day Two
    – 2009 SHOT Day Three
    – 2009 SHOT Day Four
  • SHOT Show 2005
    – 2005 SHOT Day One
    – 2005 SHOT Day Two
    – 2005 SHOT Day Three
    – 2005 SHOT Day Four

  • 22 shows in Las Vegas
  • 6 shows in Dallas, TX (1983,1984,1989,1991,1994,1996)
  • 4 shows in New Orleans, LA (1981,1987,1992,2001)
  • 3 shows in Atlanta, GA (1982,1985,1999)
  • 3 shows in Orlando, FL (2003,2007,2009)
  • 2 shows in Houston, TX (1986,1993)
  • 1 show in San Francisco, CA (1980)
  • 1 show in St. Louis, MO (1979)

1979 – First SHOT Show – St. Louis, MO


Before we Attended as Media

  • SHOT Show 2004 Las Vegas, Nevada 33,264 attendees
  • SHOT Show 2003 Orlando, Florida 27,494 attendees
  • SHOT Show 2002 Las Vegas, Nevada 31,342 attendees
  • SHOT Show 2001 New Orleans, Louisiana 25,496 attendees
  • SHOT Show 2000 Las Vegas, Nevada 29,607 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1999 Atlanta, Georgia 25,814 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1998 Las Vegas, Nevada 32,759 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1997 Las Vegas, Nevada 35,102 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1996 Dallas, Texas 28,500 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1995 Las Vegas, Nevada 29,600 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1994 Dallas, Texas 27,800 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1993 Houston, Texas 25,030 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1992 New Orleans, Louisiana 23,262 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1991 Dallas, Texas 25,525 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1990 Las Vegas, Nevada 23,523 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1989 Dallas, Texas 23,500 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1988 Las Vegas, Nevada 19,800 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1987 New Orleans, Louisiana 19,500 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1986 Houston, Texas 20,950 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1985 Atlanta, Georgia 19,200 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1984 Dallas, Texas 22,000 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1983 Dallas, Texas 20,000 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1982 Atlanta, Georgia 17,850 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1981 New Orleans, Louisiana 17,800 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1980 San Francisco, California 8,500 attendees
  • SHOT Show 1979 St. Louis, Missouri 5,600 attendees

Central Florida Arms Show

600 tables

since 1968

Lakeland, Florida

  • Largest in southeast
  •  held three times a year
    – third weekend of January
    – first weekend of May
    – third weekend of September.
  • sponsored by Lakeland Rifle and Pistol Club 
  • military weapons, swords, knives, guns, antiques, and more
  • yes, there is air conditioning!
  • at the SUN ‘n FUN Expo Campus

http://www.lakelandgunshow.com/

Las Vegas Antique Gun and Knife Show

600 exhibitors

since 1962

Las Vegas

 “Longest continuing running event in Las Vegas,”

  • 3 day event
  • Annual, held in January (usually)
  • 1962 Harry Mann started a small gun show at the Stardust Hotel
  • 1969 Harry Mann died, Wally Beinfeld took over as Show Producer
  • 1969, the Show was held in a 4,000 square foot room
  • 2014 Riviera Hotel’s 95,000 square feet convention center
  • Friday, May 10, 2013 Wallace Beinfeld passed (84)
    – Wally produced the Las Vegas Antique Arms Show for 51 years
  • Karen and Paul Balfour took over as Show Producer
  • cool and unique gun show
  • Las Vegas Antique Arms, International Sporting Arms and Custom Knifemaker Show
  • nothing but guns and gun-related antiques

Home

So many one of a kind items here, its like a museum, but where you can buy stuff

#GunShowLoopholeTour
#GunShowLife
#LasVegasGunShow
#NevadaGunShow

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIeiarZXz1I

Las Vegas Antique Arms Show

2018

2017

Tulsa Arms Show

4,200 tables

started in 1955

Tulsa, Oklahoma

The largest Gun Show in the USA

  • Held twice a year March & November
  • 11 acre building (480,000 square feet)
  • 6 miles of tables
  • general interest exhibits, antique and modern firearms, knives, swords, accessories, collections, and celebrity guests. 

“Since 1955, the Indian Territory Gun Collectors Association has sponsored two shows, typically in April & October, every year. In 1968, Joe Wanenmacher was elected secretary treasurer of the club. One of his responsibilities of treasurer was to produce the show. It was a tiny 100 table show when he took over, but under his leadership, it grew to be the biggest and best gun show in the world! I.T.G.C.A. no longer sponsors the show, but we’re excited to be sponsored by the Tulsa Arms Collectors Association.”

from their website

http://www.tulsaarmsshow.com