2 Guys Largo Gun & Knife Show

Date
  • Jul 11th - 12th, 2015
City/State
Largo, Florida
Hours
  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Admission
  • General: $9.00
  • Children 16 & under: Free
  • Entry fee includes raffle ticket! Free Parking!

Description

The 2 Guys Largo Gun & Knife Show will be held on Jul 11th - 12th, 2015 in Largo, Florida. This Largo gun show is held at Minnreg Hall and hosted by 2 Guys Shows of Florida. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

Concealed Weapon Permit Class available, please call for more info.

Promoter
Location
Minnreg Hall
6340 126th Ave N
Largo, Florida, United States
Vendor

110 - 8' Tables

$75.00

Dealer Setup:
Friday 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Saturday 7:00am

Please call to make a reservation!

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.

Directions to 2 Guys Largo Gun & Knife Show

Comments

  1. Bruce Wayne says

    9 to walk in the door, then they gather your info undet the guise of a raffle…..overpriced antiques and 2dollar bills……jerkey, pens, purses, jewelry….if your into THAT kinda stuff Great……personally, i go to look for gun related items……here….not so much

  2. says

    Ditto. This show is the pits. Should be no more than 5 to get in (and at that I’m being generous). Plus he kisses up to the sheriff to enforce a law that doesn’t apply to gun shows, (Pam Bondi, the state Attorney General, even said so). This is mostly a show to pimp his own stuff. Shameful. Id rather drive a few hours to go to a real gun show than go to this dog and pony show.

  3. Marauder says

    Well I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    Frankly, comparing the Largo Show to the Tampa Show is like comparing apples and oranges. I think each show appeals to a distinctly different audience. Each show charges a $9 admission fee but there’s no charge for parking in Largo and there’s a $5 – $6 charge to park every time you enter the Tampa Show at the Fairgrounds.

    Both shows have a concession stands. I favor the Largo Show offerings over those at Tampa because of the menu choices and the fact there’s a spot for you to eat indoors ( easily accessible just off the show floor ) but lets face it, most of the folks attending aren’t there for the food anyway.

    All this said, here are a few things anyone thinking about attending the Largo Show may want to consider … . .
    First, ask yourself why are you going to the show. Are you going to see the newest “this or that” firearm or accessory or are you more interested in older guns and related materials The Tampa Show features a lot of sellers hawking the newest “this or that” and if that’s what you’re looking for, Tampa may be the better option for you.

    If on the other hand you prefer more of the older stuff like I do, Largo may be a better choice because that show offers a nice mix of private sellers and small retail dealers and you never know what you’re going to find on a table there. Normally there’s a nice variety of vintage firearms, holsters, ammo, reloading equipment and books but you can find some of the more modern stuff too. Most folks there are pretty laid back and willing to take the time to talk with you should you care to do so.

    Here’s an example of why I love the Largo Show and I’m looking forward to the next one the weekend of 5/23/15. .. . . .

    I went to the last Largo Show looking for a Ruger Blackhawk in 30 carbine and found a pristine example for sale by a private seller within 10 minutes of the time I entered the front door. The asking price was very reasonable ( about $150 less than I had seen for a similar gun at the Tampa Show a few weeks earlier ) so I bought that on the spot. Shortly after I found a drop dead gorgeous stainless steel 44 cal Hammerli Single Action revolver so knowing what that was and how rare it was in that configuration, that ended up going home with me too. Lastly and somewhat surprisingly, I also found a 5.7 MM conversion kit for my M1 carbine and some very reasonably priced 7.65 MM ammo for my Beretta Model P100.

    Bottom line I got the Ruger Blackhawk on my Want List, another gun I had wanted for a long time but didn’t expect to see ( the Hammerli ), found a seller who had a 5.7 MM carbine conversion kit from the late 1960s and picked up some ammo for an unusual Beretta. I got a all of that done in one trip to one place and in under 2 hours Can it get much better than that?

    I get it, different shows appeal to different people and that’s fine, I just don’t think its fair to pan the Largo Show by comparing it to the Tampa Show because of the glaring differences in the audiences each is trying to serve.

    Just my two cents worth … looking forward to seeing everybody in Largo.

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