Fort Myers Gun, Knife, Civil War and Militaria Show

Date
  • Nov 21st - 22nd, 2015
City/State
Ft Myers, Florida
Hours
  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 9:00am – 3:00pm
Admission
  • General: $8.00
Description

The Fort Myers Gun, Knife, Civil War and Militaria Show will be held on Nov 21st - 22nd, 2015 in Ft Myers, Florida. This Ft Myers gun show is held at Araba Shrine Temple and hosted by Fort Myers Antique Arms Collectors of Florida. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

The Fort Myers Florida’s Original Gun, Blade, Militaria and Civil War Show (previously known as Lee County Gun Collectors) is now being run by the Fort Myers Antique Arms Collectors, INC.  These shows have been held in the same location for the past 33 years.

There will be lots of vendors and customers at the show! You will be able to find Military Gear, Modern Guns, Knives, Swords, Antique Firearms, Collectible Guns, Relics, Hunter Gear, Indian artifacts, Western Wear and more!!!

Location
Araba Shrine Temple
2010 Hanson St
Ft Myers, Florida 33901, United States
Vendor

$80.00 per Table

Dealer Setup:
Friday Noon - 5:00pm

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 Fort Myers Gun, Knife, Civil War and Militaria Show

Comments

  1. Patrick Gannon says

    $8.00 ???? You have to be joking, NO way is this little show worth $16 for my son and I to walk around for 20 minutes. Someone sure is making a killing on this deal—-I’m sure it’s not the Shrine.
    I’m done, you killed this show!

  2. JB says

    It has been a while but I will be at this show. I have old collector stuff to sell…and most shows now days want to cater to the newest, latest, stuff. It’s nice to have a show more dedicated to yesteryear out of someone’s closet or grandfathers closet.. Sure a dollar or 2 off admission would be nice, but parking is free unlike the big shows which hit you for parking and a higher admission just to look at the same stuff table after table after table after table after table…

  3. JBH says

    The 8 bucks is too much to pay to go in and look at the same overpriced stuff show after show after show. Believe me if you’ve been to this show once you never need to go again. They have the same stuff there every show because no one will pay their ridiculous prices. If you do have something old to sell don’t go to this show and try selling it to one of the vendors at the show. You might get an offer of 50% if you’re lucky. I’ve never seen a small room crammed with more rip-off artists, crooks, and liars than you’ll find at this small gun show. The make most of their money convincing old men and old women that the items they bring in to sell at the show are worthless. I’ve seen it first hand. Rotten to the core. All of the vendors at the araba Shriner hall gun show. Will I ever go again? Probably. I never buy anything but once in a while will find something one of the vendors mis priced. It will have a normal price. I’m convinced these rare fair prices are purely accidental. LOL

  4. Doc says

    JB , I agree with you that it is nice to have shows for the older stuff. The best one , I know of is Jack Shuberts in Lakeland. I am collecting 73 , 95, 86. Winchesters.

  5. Mark says

    I’ve been to many South FL gun/military shows. 99% of them charge you for parking and admission which cost more then the total cost here of $8.00.

    If you’re looking for brand new guns with high prices and a fool riding a segway then this is not the show for you. But if you are looking for fresh to the market antique military items then you came to the right place.

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