Crossroads Tucson Gun Show

  • Sep 26th - 27th, 2015
  • Nov 7th - 8th, 2015
Tucson, Arizona
  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 9:00am – 4:00pm

The Crossroads Tucson Gun Show will be held on Sep 26th - 27th, 2015 in Tucson, Arizona. This Tucson gun show is held at Pima County 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.

Pima County Fairgrounds
11300 S Houghton Rd
Tucson, Arizona 85747

Animals are not permitted unless fully documented service animals.

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.


  1. says

    What would a 10X10 booth cost for vendors, We can offer an educational forum to help consumers protect there homes from possible utility’s blackouts. I believe this would be a benefit to your customers. I look forward to your thoughts and prices to attend. Thanks

  2. C.Lockwood says

    Admission Price is too high, $12.00. And you want me to come in and pay you to let me spend my money? Keep your stuff and choke on that. I can weather this shortage without being gouged, there are a billion pawn shops, gun shops and big retailers who don’t charge to spend money on their premises. If the prices stay up, I’ll never be back and remember this, I am one of the few who can afford to spend money and have the disposable income to shop the gun show venue. I refuse to pay that.

    • Bob A says

      I agree as well. $12.00 is much too high for a mere entry fee to a gunshot where thousands can be made in transactions. I have attended gunshots for over four decades. I have never seen one to date that could justify more than $10.00 as an entry fee. Those that did charge that much also made $1 and $2 discount coupons available to entice more customers with the discounts. Unfortunately, it appears the show promoters expect to make their money now at the cost of lost future revenue.

  3. James Puswaskis says

    Mr. Lockwood stated it a little more strongly than I would, but $12.00 is to high a price to attract shoppers. I like to look around and buy ammo, but with a sir charge that high I can do better at any sporting goods store. If you add in parking, the time and expense of the drive to the Fair Grounds, it’s not attractive.

  4. BRC says

    If you improved the parking situation so a 70-yr-old not handicapped man can walk to the damn show from the car, I might go. The price is prohibitive along with a parking fee that screams “rip off”. I’ll save my time and money and go to a show this Spring when I get back home to Kansas. They only charge me $8.00, the parking is free, and volunteers shuttle golf carts around for those of us veterans with bad legs and hips… the golf cart rides are by DONATION!

  5. Montana Slim says

    I also agree that the admission prices is just too high now. My buddies and I look forward to attending gun shows in Tucson but will be changing our plans….and not attending any more CrossRoads shows as long as these high prices remain.

  6. Richard Norman says

    I too am reconsidering the show because of the high price of parking combined with the entrance fee. I’ve spent over $1,000.00 at the Crossroads shows in the past year. I enjoy them & am satisfied with the things I’ve bought & always look forward to the next one.

    I am now considering changing my gun-shopping M.O. to exclude entrance-fee based gun shows.

    Thanks for considering this issue.


  7. Gjones says

    I have also changed our plans due to the admission price.

    So instead of getting $24 from the four of us… you get zero!

    You don’t have to be a google CFO to calculate that deal!!

    Plus a lot of my boddys SASS friends won’t go either.

    Maybe we’ll go to the classic motorcycle show. Free parking $6 admin.

  8. Steve says

    Agreed–just logged on to find the times and cost….looked for a discount ticket…but at $12 plus believe $5 to park, going to pass and take that $17 to an actual gun store for my items I am looking for. Did not even note any discounts for VETS–that I typically see. What a shame as I do enjoy browsing and seeing what is out there.

  9. Scott says

    Was considering taking a Sunday drive over to check out the show because I am in the market for a new gun ($800 budget). However I just got to this site and saw the prices affiliated with entrance and changed my mind. For the trip over there, parking, and entrance, I will be looking at nearly $40 to spend an afternoon with my father looking for guns and it just doesn’t seem worth it. Especially considering there is much cheaper show next weekend… Having been an event promoter myself in the past and as a current Econ major, I would recommend finding a sweet spot in your admission pricing where your not turning so many customers away. You are leaving money on the table for yourselves and vendors, and that is just sad. You are stepping over dollars to get to pennies!

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