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Gun craftsmanship, old and new, on display at New York State Gun Show

Russ Bland of Cooperstown, watches as a customer look over one of his vintage rifles at the New York State Convention Center in Albany for the New York State Gun Show Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Russ Bland of Cooperstown, watches as a customer look over one of his vintage rifles at the New York State Convention Center in Albany for the New York State Gun Show Saturday.
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Efforts to limit access to guns may have had the opposite effect at the Empire State Plaza’s Convention Center on Saturday. “The show has been an outstanding success, “ said Doug Roberts, a director of the New York State Arms Collectors Association, which is hosting a gun show this weekend at the center. “I think people are so scared of what is going on in Washington and in Albany, they’re buying the firearm that they ...


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ed186
January 27, 2013
11:49 a.m.

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Glad to hear the gun show was a success. All the hoot-in and hollering about gun they work up the sleeping giant. Just because a firearm LOOKS LIKE SOMETHING DOESN'T MAKE IT SOMETHING IT ISN'T. When will folks understand that. Think of this---Without the second amendment the rest will not count.

Sparkys_Dad
January 28, 2013
8:52 a.m.

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Very good piece in Saratoga In Decline today about gun show. Where were the protestors? And there is new info out about Sandy Hook on that hoax site. Google Sandy Hook Hoax. Amazing. I also found out that the National Shooting Sports Foundation is located in Newtown CT. Imagine that!

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