Hunters, Gun Collectors, Shooting Enthusiasts and Law Enforcement Officers - - once a month we have the Michigan Gun & Knife Show, held in our show arenas. We are one of the largest in Michigan. We have tables filled with Shotguns, Rifles, Handguns, Scopes, Knives, Shooting Supplies, Ammunition, Camouflage, Reloading Equipment, Gun Cases, Pistol & Rifle Magazines, Military Surplus, Collector Items, Archery, Safes, Wild Game Jerky, and much more.
If you are a dealer looking to showcase your product in a location that is easy to find with plenty of space to exhibit, then we are just what you're looking for. In addition to our reasonable table rates and the convenience of our location, we offer a variety of amenities to help make your show days fun and profitable!
No one under 18-years-old will be admitted to the Gun & Knife Show without a parent. Photo ID Required Ages 12 & Under Free with parent(s)
$5.00 Show Admission Saturday & Sunday to the Gun & Knife Show - Friday is Free - not all dealers participate on Friday
NO LOADED GUNS are allowed in the Gun & Knife Show. Ammunition MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE entering Gibraltar Trade Center IF you are taking a gun into the show. We will not allow firearms to be unloaded inside our buildings. No Exceptions
Firearms will be inspected and strapped by security at the entrance to the show.
CPL concealed Pistol License Training is now available once a month in our Gun & Knife Shows. Aim Straight will conduct monthly concealed pistol license training classes, each month at our Gun & Knife Show. This class is designed to give you the tools, knowledge and the responsibility needed to carry a concealed firearm. Both instructors are former law enforcement officers as well as current NRA (National Rifle Association) certified-law enforcement trained instructors.
Requirements For Entering The Gun Show:
How is the Mn Horse expo?
I wanted to go the big azz world horse expo and didn't make it (yet). I did manage to go to the Peruvian Paso Nationals in Tx, years ago. It was a blast!!!! I still have a T shirt from it. I refuse to throw it out. lol.
A few hundred years ago I went to the Kansas City Royal. :D
No I didn't go to ride, I was totally a spectator. It was a good thing, I'd have fell off a lot due to all my rubber necking.
I know of one place you might be
Able to volunteer.
Have you ever attended the MN Horse Expo? It is held every year (3rd weekend in April) at the MN State Fairgrounds.
One year, I volunteered to walk horses for the children's pony rides. It just consisted of walking around and around, leading a horse with kids on them.
This would at least give you an opportunity to meet some other horse-centric people. Express your interest in volunteering, and get to know some people in the horse world.
I can find you a link if you are interested?