Well I went to my local gun show and I think this will be the last time in awhile that I make it out to one. I kept finding myself saying, "Man, I know where I can get that on the internet for $100.00 less than they are asking!" Perfect example is I came upon a Steyr AUG-A2 rifle that was in less than stellar shape and the dealer was asking $7,000.00 for it. Now, I've seen AUG A-2s for sale at half that price on the internet and most times with extra parts and magazines. This dealer wanted $7,000.00 for his AUG and it looked like it had been scratched and dropped more times than a French rifle. I did see a very cool Gewehr Rifle with a Mannlicher action, but it was made in Budapest, Hungary. Still, it had original Reich Stamps on it and they were asking a very reasonable $800.00 for it. I was very tempted, but I'm trying to stay away from antique rifles for awhile and spend my money for practical defense. However, if it had been made in Austria by Steyr Mannlicher and had original Waffen SS stamps on it I would have bought it in a heart beat at that price. Most rifles with those Reich or SS markings were either destroyed or had the markings scratched off after the war to serve in Warsaw countries. All-in-all a lot of junked and very used weapons that were over priced compared to what I could find online. Not a single Steyr pistol or rifle for that matter to be found. I did find one dealer with Steyr pistol mags, but they were the 10 rounders and he wanted $25.00 for them...ya right. So, it was fun being around gun folks and talking about firearms, but this is the second time I've been to a gun show and found nothing worth buying. :cry: I'll stick with the net and my FFL transfer fees so I can save money. With all the firearms companies online its like a 24/7 gun show with a lot better prices and firearms to choose from.