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Old 03-19-2018, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default Maryland Arms Collectors Association show (Baltimore Show)

The bad news is I didn't sell any of the Parkers I took.

The good news is I didn't sell any of the Parkers I took.

They may not have as much bluing on them as they did before the show, but I really saw very little money changing hands Saturday or Sunday.

Dinners, both Friday, and Saturday made the otherwise tedious trip worthwhile.
Mr. Murphy and I finally consummated a transaction, long in the making. Pictures to follow.
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I was glad to see you there along with several other PGCA members, and enjoyed the one day I was able to attend. Sorry I couldn't stay for the dinner, I know that would have been fun.
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Just exactly when will Bill be posting the pictures of this 'transaction'? BTW - there was plenty of money changing hands both days up front in the B- aisle!

Our dinners both nights were great as well; Michael's right across from the Fairgrounds for seafood on Fri. night, then after years of going to dinner Sat. night at the same great little café up in Cockeysville, we discovered a wonderful Italian restaurant within walking distance of our hotel. Could become a new base of operations and dining procedure for MACA shows in the future.
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Nice smallbore Fox display Kevin. Truth is those little Foxes were the only guns i lusted over after cruising the show. BTW, what little Italian place did you enjoy on Sat. for dinner?
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We usually go to Vito's Café & Lounge right on York Rd. in Cockeysville @ 10 mins. north of the Fairgrounds, but we found this place called Libertores just a parking lot south of the Holiday Inn north of the Fairgrounds on Deerco Rd. In the ground floor of a 6-story or so building with a prominent sign out on the road. Not very big but VERY popular - we went in @ 6PM to check it out and watched the crowd fill the place up, so just stayed for dinner then. Great food and a decent wine list. Server told us they've been there for 25 years, which means I've been driving by it for the last 20!!!
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Libertores has 3 or 4 locations in the Balto. area and they are consistently good. Another good Dago place is Fazzini's Taverna just north of there. I can say Dago because I'm Italian and proud of it.
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