I was not planning to go, but 11:00 AM in the morning I was doing some "honey dos" in that part of town, and I decided to check it out. I should have saved my $8. Eastman crammed more tables in, and the line at 11 was wound halfway down the side of the building. It was very warm inside, and you could not move or see anything without fighting the crowd. If there had been anything worth buying, it might have been OK, but there wasn't jack. A few 91/30s and M44s. Beagles had the usual few Finns, including a neat Finn capture. looked like an early bbl on a later receiver. I saw one SVT. Made by "Tokarev" according to the tag. Made by Izhevsk according to the reciever. I think it was $650 which is not too bad these days. I saw a 1903 Springfield with a three didget serial number, 247 or something. Reworked of course. One guy had a Finn capture Sestroyetsk for only $600. It seemed that semi-auto handguns and AR type rifles were selling. No bulk ammo, but I did find a box of 8mm that I will try to get identified on the Ammo Board. It's marked 7.92 MM 42. Seller said it was Canadian. Came in a 44 round unmarked cardboard box. Got it for it's collector appeal, nice looking ammo. After this show, I'm back to the "Tedcot."