West Palm Beach Gun & Knife Show

Dates
  • Jul 4th - 5th, 2015
  • Aug 8th - 9th, 2015
  • Sep 12th - 13th, 2015
  • Oct 10th - 11th, 2015
  • Nov 14th - 15th, 2015
  • Dec 19th - 20th, 2015
City/State
West Palm Beach, Florida
Hours
  • Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm
Admission
  • General: $10.00
  • Children 12 & under: Free
  • Law Enforcement (in uniform): Free
    Free Parking

Description

The West Palm Beach Gun & Knife Show will be held on Jul 4th - 5th, 2015 in West Palm Beach, Florida. This West Palm Beach gun show is held at South Florida Fairgrounds and hosted by Sport Show Specialists of Florida. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

You can Buy, Sell and Trade and the West Palm Beach Bun & Knife Show hosted by the Sports Show Specialists in West Palm, FL.

Promoter
Location
South Florida Fairgrounds
9067 Southern Blvd
West Palm Beach, Florida 33411, United States
Classes

Concealed Weapons Course will be available and instructed by the International Protective Services, Inc. (IPS). 2 courses will be taught every day and are each 2.5 hours long. Students are required to shoot one round with the instructor’s firearm at the designated local gun range. The total fee is $65.00 and includes Photograph, Fingerprint Card as well as Notarized Paperwork.

Classes start at 10:00am and 2:00pm on both Saturday and Sunday. No Pre-Registration is necessary to attend, just arrive 10m early with an ID.

Vendor

600 Tables

$80.00 per 8' Table

Dealer Setup:
Friday 1:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturday 7:00am - 9:00am

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 West Palm Beach Gun & Knife Show

Comments

    • says

      Actually Joe, my girlfriend bought S&W stock before all of this anti gun stuff, and it has actually gone down. Doesn't make much sense to me though, considering their profits are up. Guess they don't want to share.

  1. David Abi says

    anyone has an idea about prices of ammo at the shows; I have been reading that prices have gone up exponentially even in gun shows?
    0.223 (5.56) & 9mm.

    • Denise Fioretti Kaczmarek says

      they have gone up even more at gun stores. It still is cheaper at the gun shows. If you know of cheaper place in west palm to buy ammo please let me know. Thank you

  2. Got S says

    You advertise 8$ you should honor that price very misleading.. Getting people
    to go for one price and charging another . we know we went. FIX IT.

  3. Jason A. says

    It’s been corrected. Sometimes on shows that are scheduled further out will change their admission price and we’re not always notified.

  4. bill mayhew says

    Its ridiculous to charge 10 bucks a head to get into a gun show when most shows in the state are 5 to 8 dollars.Orlando;s show is much cheaper,has better prices of guns and accessories.At 80 dollars a table no wonder everything is over priced.

  5. PHILIP E. D'ANGELO says

    if a person hasn’t had a hunting license for 35 yrs., I am 62 yrs old and disabled. Can that person still take the CWP class? Must you own a weapon? Does the Gun Show offer these classes. The end game is to obtain the CWP liense for future use, Thanks alot for any advice.

  6. bob says

    Looking forward to the show this weekend, I have a model 1917 Eddystone 30-06 in excellent condition that I’m bring to sell……………….Should be fun !

  7. Martin Korkuc says

    Has this world gone nuts? To imagine being charged ten dollars to come to a show to buy something. My check dose not go up and the money spent on admission can not be spent at vendors promoting the sport. Perhaps some of you think that I’m a crackpot complaining about a small amount but please consider this; One thousand attendees times ten dollars is ten thousand dollars and ten thousand people is a hundred thousand. These people call themselves promoters. What do they promote by diverting revenue from the sport to their pocketbooks? Do they help the struggling professional dealer?Do they promote gun safety by offering training? No you have to pay extra for that. Do the promoters support SCOPE and the NRA? No they have to buy a booth like the rest of the vendors. So in closing let me ask you this. What does a promoter promote for the large sum of money? Think about this, would you pay a car dealer to go to buy a car. Why would you pay for this? Please do not support this kind of nonsense.

  8. Ray says

    I think you should get your ten dollars back from the vendor if you make a purchase.. Then the sellers could work out something with the promotors!!

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