The weather is dropping, the leaves are falling, and hunting season is in full swing in Idaho. While many have already gotten a tag or gone out a few times, others are still waiting for their first hunt of the season. It can be due to schedule, other priorities, or maybe you need some new equipment like a new gun. Even if you don't need a new one or don't hunt, living in Idaho it is always good to own a gun and to see what is available out there. If you enjoy talking guns and shopping for them you are in luck as the Filer Gun Show is returning.

Filer Gun Show this Weekend

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Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images.
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The Filer Gun Show, hosted by Ray and Don, will be taking place this weekend, Saturday, November 5 from 9 AM to 5 PM and Sunday, November 6 from 9 AM until 3 PM. Admission is $6 per day or $10 for a weekend pass. Children 18 and under are free, and military, with an ID, are $5 for admission. The show is taking place at the Filer Fairgrounds and all federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed.

What to Expect at the Filer Gun Show

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Credit: Jonathan Olsen-Koziol on Unsplash
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For those that have never been to a gun show, if you enjoy them in any form or fashion you are going to want to attend this weekend. You will meet gun enthusiasts that will be able to answer any questions you have, as well as make new friends that will want to talk guns with you for hours. In terms of shopping, they will have hundreds of different types of guns, ammo, and anything else you may need for your gun collection, for hunting, or any type of gun you may own. If you have never owned one, but are contemplating it, this is the place to get your first gun. 

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You can click the link above to get more details on the event. It has been a little bit since the last gun show, and the wait is over, so don't stay in this weekend, head on to the Filer Fairgrounds for the gun show this weekend, and find yourself some brand new toys to play with this fall and winter. 

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