March is officially in full swing, which means spring is quickly approaching and residents of the Magic Valley will soon be emerging from their winter lockdown ready to get outside, have some fun, and perhaps hit up the shooting range. Instead of taking your old gun with you, you may want to stop by the gun show and see if you can find a new toy to fire when you visit the range next or go hunting or perhaps add to your collection. The gun show is taking place next weekend and here is everything you need to know before you go.

Jerome Gun Show Next Weekend

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The Jerome Gun Show, hosted by Lewis Clark Trader, will be taking place next weekend, Saturday, March 18 from 9 AM to 6 PM and Sunday, March 19 from 9 AM until 3 PM. General admission is $10 per person, with weekend passes available as well. Children 10 and under are free. The show is taking place at the Jerome County Fairgrounds, located at 205 North Fir Street and all federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed.

What to Expect at the Gun Show

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If this will be your first gun show to attend or your tenth, there is a little something for everyone. Ammo, accessories, rifles, handguns, they have it all, and there will be gun enthusiasts to converse with as well. For those that try to talk guns with people that don't know as much and get frustrated from their lack of knowledge, this show is the perfect place for you to talk with your equals. If you are somebody new to the gun world, this is a great place to ask questions and pick the brains of the sellers. 

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Mark your calendars, get out of the house next weekend and go look at some new toys. There are always new products coming out and you don't know what you will find. Maybe you leave with nothing or maybe you come home with ammo or a new gun. Head to Jerome for the Jerome Gun Show next weekend. 

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