NRA Sponsors 25th Annual National Gun Collector's Show

posted on February 27, 2020

The 25th Annual NRA National Gun Collectors Show will take place at the Westgate Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev., February 28 to March 1, 2020. NRA's Annual National Gun Collectors Show & Conference recognizes firearm collecting achievements of NRA members. It features non-commercial exhibits featuring a wide range of quality collector items and a broad spectrum of historical, technical, and developmental displays. These displays attract thousands of NRA members every year to learn and share knowledge along with the appreciation of collecting.

Hosted by the Las Vegas Antique Arms Show, this is one of the nation’s premiere gun shows and the display competition is rich in award money along with numerous rare fine arms placed on exhibit. Exhibitors from around the country come to show off the best of their collection, some of which have taken decades to assemble.

The items included in these exhibits range from early flint and powder musket era to more contemporary designs both military and civilian, all examples fine representations of their respective type. The show is open to the public. Mark your calendars and be sure to visit the longest running gun show in Vegas history.


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