- Dec 12th – 13th, 2020
- Dec 14th – 15th, 2019
- May 18th – 19th, 2019
- Dec 8th – 9th, 2018
- Aug 18th – 19th, 2018
- May 12th – 13th, 2018
- Dec 9th – 10th, 2017
- Sep 9th – 10th, 2017
- Apr 1st – 2nd, 2017
- Dec 10th – 11th, 2016
- Sep 10th – 11th, 2016
- Feb 27th – 28th, 2016
- Dec 12th – 13th, 2015
- Sep 19th – 20th, 2015
Paso Robles, CA
- Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 9:00am - 4:00pm
The Paso Robles Gun Show currently has no upcoming dates scheduled in Paso Robles, CA. This Paso Robles is held at Paso Robles Event Center and hosted by Central Coast Gun Shows. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed.
Central Coast Gun Shows
- Contact: Jeff Padgett
- Phone: (805) 481-6726
All Tables from $80.00
On Dec 8th, 2018 Woobie 2.0 said
ABSOLUTE GARBAGE. not a lot of vendors, not much ammo, no dealing, rude vendors. Will not go again. Wish I could give no star reviews.
On Apr 4th, 2017 erik said
This show continues a downward spiral of death.The prices were raised to 12 dollars for admission and now charge 5 dollars for parking.the only thing worth going for was Miwall and their ammo, now at the new prices even that’s not worth it.
On Dec 2nd, 2018 Tony said
In all Fairness:
I understand that the Promoter has fees to pay to the fairgrounds and insurance (for a gun show that cant be cheap). My wife does vendor shows all of the time for women’s accessories she sells, and some of the shows charge the vendors for the space and they must have insurance, I am sure there is no difference here. But I agree the entrance fee is a little excessive, and the parking fee is also too much. The promoter is doing it all wrong. he should raise the vendor fee for the 2 days and allow the public to get in for free. with free parking. Traffic will greatly be increased and the vendors will make more than enough to cover their space rent. That is how my wife and I judge what shows to do next time, space rent compared to traffic and sales. I try to attend the shows every time they are here in Paso Robles, But I find only one or two vendors actually have deals, Everyone else seems to want to charge full retail. I will probably attend just to see what is there. The best show I have been to in California is at the Cow Palace in San Francisco (believe it or not). It take an entire day to get through it and the entrance fee is the same. If you cant make it worth what people are paying. charge less or you will go out of business.
On Dec 12th, 2016 Woobie 2.0 said
Update… prices raised a lot, smaller selection, few vendors willing to deal.
On Dec 3rd, 2016 Woobie 2.0 said
Best place to buy magazines, there’s one booth that has good ammo prices, and if you’re looking for odds and ends. The beef jerky stand is pretty cool too. Overall, ten bucks is a bit much to get in. Drop it to five.
On Sep 10th, 2016 Perspicacious said
I admit, the last time I went it was pathetic for anything modern. Lots of empty spaces. However, if you want to go and treat it like a museum and check out all the old stuff, it is well worth the price of admission. I won a $100 bet with someone who said I could never find .351 Winchester ammo. Guess where I found it a week later? At the PR gun show.
On Sep 10th, 2016 bob said
If you like beef jerky and other non gun related stuff then by all means go, There are no deals to be had and haven’t been any in years, Prices are high and it’s the same old stuff they had at the last show that was over priced and didn’t sell. Admission of $10 is way high for this tiny show.
On Mar 26th, 2016 Josh said
This was THE best gun show we have been to in CA so far! Plenty of Ammo at good prices, plenty of parts and accessories.
On Sep 19th, 2015 Erik Huber said
I didn’t give it a “1” because they actually did have some rifles, shotguns, ammunition, and accessories to buy. There were even a few cool looking historical trinkets. Looking for a handgun or a friendly greeting? Try elsewhere. I also thought their $10 admission fee was slightly excessive, in consideration of the fact that these events are really to the advantage of the vendors in the first place.
Unless you know specifically what you’re looking for and have confirmation from a vendor that your item is in-stock, I’d go to your local gun shop or just check the web.