Louisville Gun and Knife Show

  • Sep 12th - 13th, 2015
  • Dec 12th - 13th, 2015
Louisville, Kentucky
1.00/5 (20.00%)
3 votes

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  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 9:00am – 4:00pm

The Louisville Gun and Knife Show will be held on Sep 12th - 13th, 2015 in Louisville, Kentucky. This Louisville gun show is held at Kentucky Exposition Center and hosted by Kenny Woods Gun Shows of Kentucky. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

The R.K. Shows have over 20 years of experience of providing the best experience with the highest quality gun shows. A large selection of guns and knives are available for selling, purchase or trade. This event will be located in the West Hall A & B of the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Kentucky Exposition Center
937 Phillips Lane
Louisville, Kentucky 40209

500 Tables

$85.00 EA
$75.00 EA Prepaid
Electricity Fee $75.00

Dealer Setup:
Friday: Noon - 7pm
Saturday: 7:30am - 830am

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Shows are liable to change dates, times or possibly cancel without notice to the Gun Show Trader. Make sure to check with the Gun Show Coordinator for accurate dates, times and information.


  1. Heather says

    The Kenny Woods Gun show for Dec 2014 is Dec 26 – 28, 2014. NOT dec 28-30 – Please correct the dates and if you need confirmation, please call our office at 563.927.8176.
    Kenny Woods Gun Shows/RK Shows

  2. Jack says

    Rating: 1 of 5

    This was a complete waste of my time and money it look like there was only a few real vendors at this show the rest look like they went into the spare bedroom of their house and grab all of the crap they don’t want so they could sell it at an inflated price and with the entry fee and parking totaling $32 I would have been better off shopping on Amazon laying out in the sun taking my risks with skin cancer as opposed to wasting 30 minutes of my life that I will never get back

  3. Tom says

    Rating: 1 of 5

    I agree that the show was a waste of time and space — the ONLY good thing to be said for it is that it was the only gun show that I have been to where you could actually walk up and down the aisles looking at the tables without constantly being pushed, shoved, and jostled — mostly because the place was a ghost town. I was able to get a handicapped parking space directly in front of the doors, which will tell anyone who knows the Kentucky Fair Grounds that there were almost no one here. The only thing I have to disagree with the other reviewers about is that $8 for parking plus $10 admission does NOT add up to $32 — apparently they didn’t bother with the $2 off coupons that are everywhere online AND chose to pay for a two-day ticket (God only knows why). The days of getting great deals at a gun show are long gone, and I don’t expect show vendors to beat online pricing, but I certainly expect them to at least come close to regular gunshop prices — most items that I knew the prices of were being offered for ABOVE MSRP, which puts them well above local gun shop prices. Vendors were complaining that no one was buying, and somehow they couldn’t figure out why no one wanted to pay $270 for a Hi-Point Carbine, $1500 for a DSA FAL, or $15 for Gen2 P-Mags, to cite just some of the Bargains available. Quite a few vendors commented that they would not be back for the next show, which won’t be any great loss. The show was not full of the non-firearms junk that we see at many shows, but that just left the place even more empty than usual. I did find a couple of items at acceptable prices, some new milspec steel AR mags for $10 apiece (but NO decent AK mags at any price) and a couple of boxes of ammo (no great deals, but buying in person avoided the cost of shipping for calibers where I only wanted a couple of boxes, not a whole case). It is ridiculous that I live in Louisville and the only decent gun show around here is the Indy 1500 (130 miles North on I-65) (and that isn’t as good as it used to be).

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