"Having so many different vendors from all over Texas the variety that you have and you can buy sell and trade so you can bring in stuff to trade you know we have a lot of military here and we have some great military items," Show Organizer Kim Sansom said.
Attendees at the show can choose from a wide variety of items from custom knife makers to everyday kitchen knives. Depending on what you're looking for the show has something for every kind of shooter or collector as owner of the Missel Packing Mamas Jessica Goodman says, the market changes for consumer demand.
"There has been a huge influx in the market of guns that are colored pink purple turquoise green and so it kind of appeals to the woman shooter it never hurts to have a gun that's pretty as well as functional," Goodman said.
Pleasing to both men and women the Gun and Blade Show is never the same as new vendors add variety. If you missed out this time around the next gun and blade show will take place in September.