Show host Steve Sylvia's North South Trader magazine display.


Al Duquette and pal with tons of great guns.


Maine's Bob French with tables of early US military and civilian antiques.


Dave Kleiner, one of the first and staunchest supporters of the show with an array of top grade weapons.



New Hampshire's Dave Prawdzik with a selection of exceptional antique arms. Dave is a real asset to any show.

 



Florida collector Dick Ferry's inventory was a huge hit. Here are but a few of his great Confederate pieces.

Collector, promoter, and author Doug Eberhardt traveled from the Deep South to join us.

Gun master Doug Heiser was a welcome part of the event.

 

 

 

Jim Mountain always offers an array of exceptional military artifacts from different eras.

Jerry Coates, a pillar of the Maryland Antique Arms Collectors Association, presented a fantastic display.

 

John Sexton, special consultant to James D. Julia's Auction House, was on hand promoting business and supporting the show.

 

 

 

 

 

I can almost hear Steve Griffith saying, "Now, that's a knife!"


 

Tennessee's Nick Periut and Arizona Sword's Dave Laslavic share a happy moment.

 

 

 

 

Author, collector, and noted Southern entrepreneur, Shannon Pritchard brought his family to the show.

 

George Juno

 

Gun specialists Ralph Petrilli and Vin Caponi surrounded by 19th century firearms.

Gary Triggs

Ed Birnbaum