Philadelphia Gun Show

  • Aug 29th - 30th, 2015
    08/29/2015 9:00 AM08/30/2015 3:00 PMPhiladelphia Gun Show Hours: Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm, Sunday 9:00am – 3:00pm. Admission: General $7.00, Children 12 & under Free, Free Parking . More Information: National Guard Armory, 2700 Southampton Rd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19154Appalachian PromotionsMM/DD/YYYY
  • Nov 21st - 22nd, 2015
    11/21/2015 9:00 AM11/22/2015 3:00 PMPhiladelphia Gun Show Hours: Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm, Sunday 9:00am – 3:00pm. Admission: General $7.00, Children 12 & under Free, Free Parking . More Information: National Guard Armory, 2700 Southampton Rd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19154Appalachian PromotionsMM/DD/YYYY
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
  • Sunday 9:00am – 3:00pm
  • General: $7.00
  • Children 12 & under: Free
  • Free Parking


The Philadelphia Gun Show will be held on Aug 29th - 30th, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This Philadelphia gun show is held at Philadelphia National Guard Armory and hosted by Appalachian Promotions of Pennsylvania. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

Philadelphia National Guard Armory
2700 Southampton Rd
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19154

400 Tables

Please Confirm All Gun Shows

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.


    • says

      They do back ground checks on every purchase thru a gun dealer. If i private citizen brings in a personal firearm they can sell face to face. Most of the private citizen transfers i've purchased from usually request the sale go thru a dealer. Most of the dealers are willing to do the transfer for 25 to 50 dollar fee

    • Colin Broderick says

      Private to private long gun sales don’t require one, no one sells a long gun to anyone who they don’t know with out one. All pistol/handgun sales require one. If you’re a troll and looking to be a douche then just stay clear of all the freedom and ‘ Murica going on there. State laws and common sense abound here. Don’t worry your pretty little anti 2nd Amendment heads.

    • Carl Kelly says

      Background checks start right up but it could take some time, depends on whose on the state system and volume of calls. The process took me about 30mins. That's not too bad.

  1. says

    Gun show prices are about the same, and in a few cases more expensive than regular gun stores. Dealers are probably attempting to cash in on the national gun buying spree. I went to the last Oaks, Pa show where I was very disappointed at the high pricing. I had full intent on finally purchasing a Baretta Px4 storm was willing to pay as much as $550.00 (which I've seen it priced around before) I found the same gun at a cheaper price at a local Gun store factoring in gunshow entrance fee and background check fee. Its a real

  2. Jay Tea says

    looking for a single stacked 9 like the M&P shield or even the Glock 42 but would love a PPS but just on a budget. and recommendations? If so please contact me. Any advice or anything would help out big time. Thanks again and looking forward to seeing all of ya’ll there.

  3. Jay Tea says

    i’ve only been to ! gun show so far and the venders there were (sorry to say) snobby asshole know it all wanna be hillbily types. Just bc i’m new and didn’t want to get ripped off Which EVERY ONE of them tried BUT 1 nice older gentleman who helped out a lot. Sorry for the rant but I just wanted to know how is this show, people/venders and what not nice for the most part? Also are there a lot of “private sellersas well? I’m from phila as well but never been. Just got into the whole outdoors thing about 2 years ago and now guns and knives and survival is my thing.

    • B. Pinto says

      bought my first handgun at the armory show years ago. There is a table when you walk in the door hang a left and he is up against the far wall. He is about 35 years old with blond hair. Has always been fair with prices. Go early because he is always packed because he has the best prices. Never had a problem finding ammo either. I am from Philly and I wait for this show because I strictly deal with him unless I am purchasing a used weapon. Hope this helps and Happy Fathers Day if you are one.

  4. Eric says

    Looking for a new mint LWRC in 223 / 556 AR rifle, new unhandled & 100% mint, and would even love to get a totally matching new pair with consecutive serial numbers as well.

    In the NE Philly PA area or close by ?
    (Cash on hand, willing to travel & meet FTF within reason)

    And the same with Daniel Defense AR rifles in 223 / 556 as well…

    Please if anyone can help, please contact me anytime via call or text at 267 255 5050

    Thank You So Much,

  5. D says

    Why are there never any really nice high quality guns for sale, I am looking for H&K, Steyr, LMT, LWRC, Uzi, FN, but for some reason it’s simply always the same old and abused or with scratches.

    Perhaps the Dealers do not want to spend the extra cash for quality and yet are always wondering why no one is buying the common or that one same repeatedly brought one rifle for over, and for this year it has been abused by thousands of handlers, dry fired with scratches all over.

    Why is it that the Dealers never seem to bring anything that is of a genuine quality or a rarity, and not just the usual one or two overpriced 50 cal demos, which in all reality are there just for show and display purposes with Do Not Touch labels in most cases or the rediculous old cheap $99.00 Nagant rifles.

    Seriously, why not bring quality and rare firearms, is this not what the show is all about ?

    As clearly only anything & everything that’s just common or basic which is readily available everywhere seems to repeatedly be available, truly would love to buy something that I would enjoy to collect, and not mind spending the extra money for a nice high quality new rifle or pistol for a change.

    Please no more of the cheap unwanted or slightly damaged goods.

    We all come to buy, not just to look.

    Best Regards.

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