Crossroads Phoenix Gun Show

  • Sep 12th - 13th, 2015
  • Dec 4th - 6th, 2015
Phoenix, Arizona
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  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 9:00am – 4:00pm

The Crossroads Phoenix Gun Show will be held on Sep 12th - 13th, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona. This Phoenix gun show is held at Arizona State Fairgrounds and hosted by Crossroads of the West Gun Shows of Arizona. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

The Crossroads of the West Gun Shows have attracted thousands of firearm enthusiasts and attract more people than any other gun shows in America. You can buy, sell and trade with hundreds of tables to meet the needs of everyone who attends.

This event will be located inside of the Coliseum of the Arizona State Fairgrounds.

Arizona State Fairgrounds
1826 W McDowell Rd
Phoenix, Arizona 85007

Food sales allowed, $5.00 minimum packaging
Electricity Cost: $60.00
No wall booths
No animals, unless fully documented service animals

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  1. says

    Great gun/prepper show! Just wish that they would put the Friday hours on the website. Nov 30-Dec 2 everything from ammo, self defense items, survival gear & of course guns (old & new) See you there.

    • says

      hate to say it but the ar15 isnt as good as an ak47,the ak will never let you down as far as jaming ,if you keep your ar15 clean and lubed you are ok ,but the ak47 you can pull out of a mud hole and it fires every time , not so with the ar 15 plus the ak has more knock down punch

    • says

      AK47 is a legendary piece, no doubt. But the biggest problem it has is the most fundamental attribute of any firearm: accuracy. The AR15 is a much more accurate weapon. As for the AK47, everything about it is great: reliability, maintenance, ruggedness, et al. But there is a concern about hitting a target at distance. I would take the AR15, especially if I'm staying in an urban environment. If I'm going complete survivor mode, then AK holds an advantage. Personally, I like the M14, which is also a very rugged and accurate weapon. Mind you, M14 is a heavier weapon and it's going to wear down your shoulder using it, but you'll put lead on head well before an AK is even in range.

    • David Oleksy says

      Yes, I saw AR-15's there. I was actually looking for an AK-74, but did not find one. Not sure if I saw AK-47's either, maybe 1, but I was short on time. They have loads of magazines for everything.

  2. David Oleksy says

    You are responsible for yourself including your survival. Your right to keep and bear arms (weapons, especially firearms) shall not be infringed (violated), because they are necessary to the security and freedom of yourself. You are a person in a state of many people. Each person needs to secure their survival and freedom to secure the free state. Your chance of survival shall have no limit. I don't want you to have only 10 chances to subdue your aggressor(s). I prefer for you to have as many as possible so that you are prepared to deal with more of the possibilities. I'm not going to tell you that if you have two aggressors and a 10% accuracy (in a critical situation) that it's just your time to die because you only have 10 rounds, or because you could only subdue one aggressor with your slow revolver while the other aggressor takes you out with whatever weapon he may have (hands, knife, bat, semi-automatic firearm, etc.). I don't want to limit your chances.

    You know who else doesn't want to limit your chances? Your state representatives, Steven Smith, Adam Kwasman, Carl Seel and Bob Thorpe don't want to limit your chances. They are sponsoring HB2291 [] to prohibit enforcement of any Act, Law, Statute, Rule or regulation of THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT relating to a personal firearm, a firearm accessory or amunition that is owned or manufactured commercially or privately in this state (AZ) and that remains exclusively within the borders of this state. When you have representatives that trust you with arms, they probably aren't trying to reduce you.

    Please read HB2291 and CONTACT YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVES to let them know that you support this bill and they should too. Call them up and email them. They are humans like you.

    After you convince them that they need to pass this bill, you need to contact the House Speaker on Tuesday Jan. 22 to immediately assign House Bill 2291. The Speaker is Andy Tobin []. I've heard he is not too fond of this bill, so, be prepared to say your respectful piece of persuasion.

    Have a look at this short video I recorded of your representative talking at the state capitol on Jan. 19.

      • urBFF says

        Yes, you will need all permits including proof that you are a NRA member. Civilians arent allowed on the premisses ammo purchases also need a game and fishing license to do so. If you are selling a firearm you will need to go threw a background check witch is 50 dollars. You are allowed only one child not all 8 running rounds. And stupid wuestion will receive stupid answers. Good day sir see you there!!

    • Simon Clark says

      Jon are they Gen 2 or Gen 3 my POF wont take Gen 3 Pmag. the difference is the over feed stop for the mag…..can you tell me if you have the Gen 2 mags and if so what color. Thanks

  3. Jay says

    I wanted to go, but will not pay $15-16 for admission plus $5-10 to park.
    There are no advantages to buying supplies at a gun show when savings are eaten up by admissions and parking. It would be cheaper to order on line (even with the hazmat shipping surcharge).
    Lower the price and or remove parking fee and I might reconsider.

    • Tom Kent says

      An Arizona FFL Dealer cannot sell you a weapon without Arizona state I.D. It’s the way the law is written, not that they don’t want to.

      However, you may find a private sale available from Joe Citizen, if he wants to sell to you without state I.D.

  4. Pius Thome says

    Where do i find new or used original or copied pearled hand grips for a 22 caliber Colt Arizona centennial 6 shooter , I think 1863 / 1963 AZ. Centennial.

  5. Pius Thome says

    Where do i find original pearled hand grips for my Arizona 1863/1963 centennial 22 caliber 6 shooter. One of grips on the right side is cracked. The revolver came in a centennial wood box. It has gold plated hammer,cylinder,and trigger.

  6. Pete Cashman says

    I will be at the show……….I’m looking for a good sensibly priced Winchester 1887 12 gauge shotgun.
    If anyone has one please contact me by email.

  7. Jose says

    My first gun show and just wanted to buy a few guns well more then what I expected just if the ATMs would give out more money!! Great deals and every single gun out their

  8. Paul says

    Crossroads used to be a good deal until they decided to raise admission 100% to 16.00 dollars. Throw in 10-15 bucks to park and 20 min drive hell i can get my stuff cheaper at Bass Pro.

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