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Gun Show, Antiques & Rare Finds At TRAC Center

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PASCO, Wash.- If you're looking for to make a good trade or just to take a look at a piece of history, there's something happening in the Tri-Cities this weekend for you.

The Sports Connection Gun Show and Flea Market is at the TRAC Center. Dozens of dealers throughout the northwest are displaying everything from firearms and ammunition to antique fire extinguishers, roller skates and books. Parking is free.  Regular admission is $7 but kids under 12 and active service members get in for free.

"That's the least that I can do as a promoter is to honor our military people for their continued service to our country," said Brian Kjensmo from Sports Connection. "We allow active duty military to get into the gun shows free of charge and their family members."

The show runs Saturday until 5 p.m. It starts up again Sunday Sept. 8 at 9 a.m. and closes at 3 p.m.

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