- Sep 16th – 17th, 202309/16/202309/17/2023Crossroads Tucson Gun ShowMore Information: https://gunshowtrader.com/gun-shows/tucson-gun-show-crossroads/11300 S Houghton Rd Tucson, AZ 85747Crossroads of the West Gun Showsfalse
- Nov 4th – 5th, 202311/04/202311/05/2023Crossroads Tucson Gun ShowMore Information: https://gunshowtrader.com/gun-shows/tucson-gun-show-crossroads/11300 S Houghton Rd Tucson, AZ 85747Crossroads of the West Gun Showsfalse
- Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Children 12 & under: Free (with adult)
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.
The Crossroads Tucson Gun Show will be held next on Sep 16th-17th, 2023 with additional shows on Nov 4th-5th, 2023, in Tucson, AZ. This Tucson gun show is held at Pima County Fairgrounds and hosted by Crossroads of the West Gun Shows. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed.
Dates are tentative. Call to verify. No loaded firearms and no loaded magazines are permitted in any Crossroads Gun Show.
8ft Tables $140.00
Wall Tables $150.00
10x10 Booths $420.00
Deduct $10 per table or $10.00 per booth if payment is received in full 15 days before the show.
On Nov 5th, 2016 Nick said
If your not handicapped then just 10 minutes to walk to the show also the show is not in charge of the parking fees. That’s up to the pima county fairgrounds.
On Sep 27th, 2015 Robert C. Janzen said
While not severely handicapped, the long walk from the parking lot was negated by the help of very friendly shuttle driver with golf carts.
The website, accessed Saturday morning before attendance, stated that the entry fee was $10.00 and offered a $1.00 off coupon. Upon arrival, we found out the fee was actually $11.00. On Sunday morning, the site stated the fee was now $12.00. A 10% raise the first day and then 20% the second day, a rather cheap tactic,
Most of the vendors dealt with were quite friendly and most helpful. Three were dealt with on a business level, two purchases and one sale. None offered paperwork on their transactions. One was the swap/sale of a weapon, one was the purchase of a holster for the weapon and one was the sale of a weapon. The transactions involved three different vendors. When asked for a proof of purchase for the purchased gun, the vendor offered a business card. The holster vendor also neglected to give a receipt. No way to prove ownership now or in the future if ever needed. The sale of a personal weapon also did not involve paperwork. My mistake.
The laxness in the above area does lower my rating a bit.