Hendrick’s County Gun And Knife Show ends

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The Hendrick’s County Gun And Knife Show closed it’s doors to the public this afternoon, ending the show as well as it’s second day.
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The Hendrick’s County Gun And Knife Show closed it’s doors to the public this afternoon, ending the show as well as it’s second day.

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Submitted: January 08, 2017

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Hendrick’s County Gun And Knife Show ends


 

The Hendrick’s County Gun And Knife Show closed it’s doors to the public this afternoon, ending the show as well as it’s second day. The show was hosted by We The People Gun And Knife Shows at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Danville.

Consumers of all ages were welcome to view and purchase a variety of weapon related products. To guarantee a safe environment participants were asked to follow federal, state and local gun laws. Anyone who brought a gun inside was required to drop their firearms off at the check in desk.  

Participants could purchase food and beverages in addition to the main attractions, and were able to chose between snacks or meals. Specialty foods such as vacuum sealed items-a common meal for U.S. soldiers-were available.

On the first day people flocked to the complex, many purchasing items. Ann Fox-one of the many shoppers-expressed her opinion of the show. “ I thought it was a good show, but I wish it had more vendors.”

Events ended at 4:00 P.M. No statements have been made on whether or not the show will return.


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