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Indy 1500 Gun Knife Show

October 15 – October 17

Indy 1500 Gun Knife Show

The Indy 1500 Gun Knife Show data and specifics can be found at the promoters website. Please always check with the promoter before the show for last minute changes.

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Gun Show Dates
Oct 15th – 17th, 2021

Indianapolis, Indiana
Show Times
Friday: 2:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Admission
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Gun Show Information
The Indy 1500 Gun Knife Show will be held in Indianapolis, IN. Always check the promoters website for change in dates, cost or any discounts available. Each promoter and venue will have different promotions, attendance requirements and rules, as such it will be good to check prior to going to any show. This gun show is held at Indiana State Fairgrounds

Promoter
World Class Gun Shows
Phone: (405) 340-1333
Website: http://www.indy1500.com

Location
Indiana State Fairgrounds
South Pavilion
1202 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205

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If you are a promoter and would like to list your shows – email us

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Gun ownership is the second amendment to the US Constitution. The fact it is number two identifies just how important it was considered – free speech being number one. If you are a hunter, sport shooter, an outdoors lover, whatever you need to stand up and be counted. Go to enjoy your rights and attend an Indiana gun show. The Indy 1500 Gun Knife Show like all gun shows require all participants to observe both federal and state gun laws.

We update gun show schedules frequently and add gun shows as new ones are scheduled. We strive to verify all Indiana gun shows and provide information relevant to both potential vendors and participants. When possible, always check the show promoter website for extra information or updates of the gun show we may not yet have on our Indiana gun show websites.

We list gun shows in multiple states. You can check out other gun shows in other states near you. Go to our main page at:https://traderscreek.com/gun-shows/

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Indiana’s Largest
Gun & Blade Show

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Since 1983, Indy 1500 Gun & Blade Show has been serving the Indianapolis area by providing a safe and enjoyable environment to feed the interests, hobbies & professions of gun & blade enthusiasts. We believe our selection to be unmatched.

What

Guns
Knives
Survival Gear
Sporting Arms
Military Arms
And More

Contact

Indy 1500
P.O. Box 14194
Oklahoma City, OK 73113 
Phone: 405.408.6197
Fax: 405.478.0700
Week of the show call 317.870.9296

When & Where

October 15 – 17, 2021
West Pavilion
Indiana State Fairgrounds

Friday 2 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

2022 Show Dates:

January 7, 8, & 9

March 11, 12 & 13

June 3, 4, & 5

September 9, 10, & 11

November 18, 19, & 20

 

Sours: https://www.indy1500.com/

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What Is Wrong With Indiana’s Gun Laws?

  • No required background check when purchasing a firearm from a private seller at a gun show or on the internet.
  • No limit to the number of guns purchased at any time.
  • No ban on junk guns or assault weapons.
  • A license to carry is issued at age 18.
  • No reporting requirement of a lost or stolen firearm.
  • Weak child access laws
  • If you live in Indiana, think about the impact that our very lax gun laws could have on your safety and the health and safety of those you love.

Indiana Gun Show Sales of Firearms

Indiana does not require universal background checks.  Twenty one states have passed some form of a universal background check law.  The Indiana Legislature does not support this common-sense requirement.

Gun shows are a popular venue for private sales in which unlicensed sellers can sell guns without background checks. “Brick & mortar” gun retailers are required to conduct background checks. There is no good reason to exempt private gun sellers at Indiana gun shows from the requirement of conducting a background check.  A  majority of NRA members agree with us on this simple issue! (1) Its the responsible thing to do.

In 2013, police in Chicago took 7,000 illegal guns off the streets – more than New York & Los Angeles combined.
Many of these guns were purchased in Indiana from private sellers and transported to Chicago for resale. This illegal gun trafficking across state lines into Illinois from Indianapolis is the result of criminals having access to guns from private sellers.  Illinois has some of the toughest gun laws in the country.  Any private (unlicensed) seller of a firearm who seeks to transfer a firearm to any unlicensed purchaser must, prior to transfer, contact the Department of State Police with the transferee’s Firearm Owner’s Identification (FOID) Card number to determine the validity of the transferee’s FOID Card.1 The seller must await approval by DSP before transferring the firearm.

The ATF has estimated that 6,000 gun shows are held annually in the US.  There are more than 100 gun shows scheduled in Indiana each year.  The ATF estimates that about 30% of all recovered and traced crime guns are purchased a gun shows.

An undercover investigation by New York City at gun shows in Ohio, Tennessee and Nevada found that 74% of the sellers approached by investigators who verbally indicated they were legally prohibited from having guns, were willing to make the sale. The ATF was not involved in this investigation but was provided with the results. (2)

Federal law only requires federally licensed dealers to conduct background checks at gun shows.

The FBI reported that a federal jury convicted a south suburban Chicago man on September 20, 2013, of buying hundreds of high powered firearms at gun shows in Indiana and illegally transporting them to Chicago where he sold them without a federal firearms dealer license. Illinois requires background checks on all sales including private sales. (4)  We, the citizens of Indiana, can fix this problem by joining the 21 states that have passed a universal background check law.

All four guns used in the Columbine school massacre were purchased at gun shows. (2)

(1) http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2013/01/28/strong-majority-of-americans-nra-members-back-gun-control
(2) The Purported Gun Show Loophole and State-by-State Regulation of Gun Shows http://civilliberty.about.com/od/guncontrol/a/Gun-Shows.htm
(3) Post-Tribune “Office fights crime one gun at a time”; http://posttrib.chicagotribune.com/news/porter/28566108-418/office-fights-crime-one-gun-at-a-time.html#.VJcDJF4MCA
(4) FBI – South Holland Man Sentenced to Nearly 17 Years in … (http://www.fbi.gov/chicago/press-releases/2014/south-holland-man-sentenced-to-nearly-17-years-in-prison-for-illegally-trafficking-hundreds-of-guns-from-indiana-to-chicago
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Indiana Internet Sales of Firearms

Only federally licensed firearm dealers are required to conduct background checks from sales on the internet.  It is estimated that there are about 4,000 internet sites dedicated to facilitating gun sales between private parties.  With respect to private sellers on the internet, if the gun is to be shipped across state lines, it must be shipped to a federally licensed firearms dealer who is required to run a background check before delivering the firearm to the buyer. Intra-state sales in Indiana can be shipped directly to the buyer with no background check.

Armlist.com – One is the largest of these sites with 90,000 listings of firearms for sale at the time of this survey, 28,000 of which were for semi-automatic guns.  Indiana had 74.28 listings per 100,000 population and does not require background checks for internet sales from private sellers.  New Jersey which requires background checks has 3.11 listings per 100,000 population.

Some Indiana want ads specifically request to purchase only from a private Indiana seller thereby avoiding a background check.  in states with no universal background check law, Indiana ranks 6th in number of want ads seeking to buy from private sellers – 41 times as many as Rhode Island which requires background checks on all private sales.

source: Third Way and American’s For Responsible Solutions; http://content.thirdway.org/publications/744/Third_Way_Report_-_What_a_Difference_a_Law_Makes-_Online_Gun_Sales_in_States_With_and_Without_Background_Checks.pdf

Indiana Lost or Stolen Weapons

Indiana does not require the reporting of lost or stolen firearms.  Eleven states have passed laws that require reporting.

These laws require that the report must be filed with local police typically within a time period, such as within 48 hours of the individual becoming aware of the incident. Timely reporting aids law enforcement in tracing crime guns more effectively and the prosecution of users of stolen guns more likely.  Survey research indicates that at least 500,000 guns are stolen annually in the US and data from the ATF indicates that 173,000 guns were reported lost or stolen from other than federally licensed dealers in 2012.

Laws that require firearm owners to report lost or stolen firearms help to deter gun trafficking and discourage straw purchases, (an individual purchasing a firearm for someone who is unable due to their inability to pass a background check).

source: Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, “Reporting Lost or Stolen Weapons in Indiana”; http://smartgunlaws.org/reporting-lost-or-stolen-firearms-in-indiana/

Indiana Concealed Carry & Open Carry Laws

Indiana requires a license to carry a firearm.  The license allows the concealed and open carry of firearms.  The corporate gun lobby is pushing a bill in Indiana in 2018 that would eliminate the license requirement.  This would increase the risk to the public and to our law enforcement officers who are on the streets every day working to keep us safe.  HCGV had a bill before the 2017 Legislature that would have banned the open carry of assault style weapons. The bill did not receive a hearing in committee.

Indiana Multiple Gun Purchases

Indiana does not limit handgun purchases to one per month. California, New Jersey and Maryland plus the city of New York have passed laws limiting handgun purchases to one handgun in any consecutive period such as 30 days.

Laws that limit the number of purchases of firearms per month reduce gun trafficking and straw purchases.
ATF research showed that of all handguns recovered in a crime, 22% in 1999 and 20% in 2000 were originally purchased as part of a multiple sale.  A study of sales in Maryland in the 1990s indicated that handguns sold as a part of a multiple sale were 64% more likely to be used in a crime than handguns sold in single sales.  A poll in 2012 found that 69% of respondents supported these laws. (1)

In 2011, the ATF began requiring federally licensed firearms dealers in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas to report multiple sales of long guns, (semiautomatic rifles including assault weapons) due to the traffic of these firearms to Mexico as a result of being a weapon of choice for the Mexican drug cartels. (1)

(1) Smart Gun Laws, “Multiple Purchases-Sales of Firearms Policy Summary, http://smartgunlaws.org/multiple-purchases-sales-of-firearms-policy-summary/ce:)

Indiana Child Access Laws

Indiana does not require a locking device to accompany the sale of a firearm, and no state statutes require firearm owners to lock their weapons and ammunition. Laws requiring safe storage help address the dangerous consequences of unauthorized access to firearms by minors and others who are ineligible to possess them.

Indiana provides that a child’s parent or legal guardian commits the crime of “dangerous control of a child” only if he or she knowingly, intentionally or recklessly permits a child under age 18 to possess a firearm while aware of a substantial risk that the child will use the firearm to commit a felony, fails to prevent the use of a firearm by the child to commit a felony or when the child has been convicted of a crime of violence.

Indiana however, fails to hold the parent or legal guardian accountable for any child possession due to failure to secure their firearms regardless of whether they knew or suspected the child might use the firearm to commit a felony.  A parent or guardian then could be criminally charged in the event of a child accidentally injuring or killing his or herself, another child or an adult.

Preemption of Firearms

Indiana Preemption of Firearms Statute

The Indiana Preemption of Firearms Statute precludes an Indiana political subdivision; i.e., city or county; from establishing any ordinance that would regulate the ownership, possession, transportation, transfer or storage of firearms or ammunition. As a result, Indianapolis is unable to pass any firearm ordinance that could help to alleviate gun violence. The public safety of its citizens is a primary responsibility of any city and preemption puts us in the hands of our Republican super-majority legislators that fail to consider firearm bills that would promote public safety. Instead, they propose bills such as removing a license requirement to carry firearms on our streets which would increase gun violence on our streets.

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Indianapolis Gun and Knife Show

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Frequently Asked Questions

Indianapolis Gun Show is a premier gun show in the city related to gun and knife industry. This regional event is set to start on 20 November 2021, Saturday in Indianapolis, IN, United States, and organized by Central Indiana Gun Shows.

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 3912 West Minnesota Street, Indianapolis, IN, United States

  +1 317-247-3300

Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 9 am - 3 pm

General: $5.00
Kids 12 & Under: Free
Prices shown here are generally door prices. There can be advance tickets.

Yes, this gun show is open to the public.

  The category of this gun show is safety & security.

  Frequency of the event is several times a year (more than 2 times a year).

  Targeted audience is regional.

  The type of this gun show is consumer show.

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