Premier Gun Show at Mesquite Rodeo This Weekend

This weekend we are back in our neighborhood doing a Premier Gun Show at the Mesquite Rodeo conference center.

Just off the 635 south east of both the 30 and the 80.

Admission is $8, kids 11 and under are FREE, and parking is FREE. Say “RUGER” at the door for $1 off.

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

We hope you will attend and stop by our tables to see what we have.


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Premier Gun Show in Lewisville This Weekend

This weekend we are back, hard at work doing a Premier Gun Show up in Lewisville.  On the west side of the 35E, just about a mile south of the Fox Avenue Exit.

Admission is $8, Kids 11 and under are FREE, and Parking is FREE! Say “BLADE” at the door to save $1.

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

We hope to see you there.

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No Gun Show This Weekend

We will not be working setting up on Good Friday, nor will we be working on Easter this weekend.

Today marks Good Friday.  This evening marks the start of Passover.

This year the most holy of holidays in both Christianity and Judaism share the same weekend.

Too all our Gun Show Friends and Family we wish:

Happy Easter/Chag Pesach Sameach (Happy Passover)

We will see you next week in Lewisville.


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Dallas Arms Collectors’ Show At Dallas Market Hall This Weekend

This weekend we are at Dallas Market Hall for the Dallas Arms Collectors show that puts the spotlight on knives.

Along with the usual sellers there will be some custom makers and perhaps a few manufacturers such as Spyderco and Jantz Knife makers Supplies.

We are in our usual spot right next to Lone Star Knife Makers Supplies, in Section Q which is about three aisles from the wall separating the main hall from the north halls and in the second section from the front entry.

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday   9:00am – 4:00pm

Hope to see you.

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Lone Star Gun Show in Fort Worth This Weekend

This weekend we will be at the Lone Star Gun Show in Fort Worth.  Not the Premier Show that is held there which means we towards the South West corner of the hall not far from where they sell the BBQ.

We have some new knives in stock.  Our ability to carry either Benchmade or Microtech is dwindling down as both companies are no longer selling through wholesale distributors and require both a brick and mortar store along with an initial buy far beyond the means of our micro business.

Never fear there are some very fine and very interesting knives and knife makers out ther who still distribute through wholesalers.

We are looking at some different lines and test marketing some really cool knives.

Saturday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm

Hope to see you there.

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Kershaw clarifies warranty policy for discontinued knives

From The Truth About Knives:

Feb 16, 2018

Kershaw/Kai warranty service has a exceptional reputation within the knife community. I trawl several knife groups and forums, and the praise is almost universal. When I sent my admittedly abused Leek in for service, I received a replacement, no questions asked, in a matter of a couple of weeks. Color me very pleased, but what about discontinued Kershaws? They clarified their warranty policy for discontinued blades in a recent blog post on their site.


As many of you know, your Kershaw knife is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. This means that any product with a manufacturing or material defect can be sent in for repair or replacement. However, some of you have expressed concern about sending in your trusty, discontinued knife to our warranty team. After all, we may not have replacements for older products. Hopefully, we can put some of your concerns at ease.

Here’s the deal: if you need warranty service for a discontinued product, we may have the correct parts to repair or replace it. The warranty department is filled with overstock parts that can be used to repair these Kershaws. But even if we don’t have the correct replacements, we still encourage you to send in the knife. There may be something we can do to service it, depending on the issue. Some problems, such as blade play, can sometimes be serviced without the need for replacement parts. In any case, do send in your knife for inspection.

Keep in mind that we are more likely to have replacements for U.S. products. Many of those parts are interchangeable with different U.S. models. Imported inventory is harder to come by, unfortunately, but we may still be able to assist you. Your best bet is to call ahead to our warranty department at 1-800-325-2891 to discuss the best course of action. Alternately, you can send them a message on our website’s contact form.

Sometimes, there is nothing we can do to repair the Kershaw. In these cases, we are happy to offer you a voucher equal to the MSRP of the discontinued product in question. This credit can be used to purchase any replacement Kershaw. That way, you will be able to explore our latest Kershaw offerings and choose a replacement.

Of course, all of our knives, discontinued or otherwise, are eligible for free sharpening for the lifespan of the knife. Sometimes, a fresh, sharp edge makes all the difference if you want your older Kershaw to perform better.

In other words, don’t be afraid to send it in. I had a fantastic experience when I sent in my Leek. I would be truly surprised if your experience is any different (cue comment avalanche of disgruntled Kershaw owners).

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Busse Battle Mistress

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