I just returned from the Tulsa Gun Show. Seemed attendance was down because it was definitely easier to walk the aisles. Still a lot of people though. Also less dealers as evidence by empty tables. I'd guess 25% wore masks, but that may be too high. People seemed excited to be at the show. Ammo resellers were busy selling outrageously priced ammo. Folks were acting as if ammo prices are never coming back to normal. It looked to me the prices were 2 to 3 times normal. I didn't buy any rifle ammo, just couldn't bring myself to pay around $80 for a box of 264. I did pay $45 for 3 boxes of 3" 410 and was very proud of myself. All the other 410 ammo I saw was priced at $35 - $50 per box. Lots of reloading components was selling like crazy. Lots of ammo and components was snatched up Friday before the public hit on Saturday morning. I probably saw 10 Sakos, but my radar was set for pre-72 Deluxes. There were more Sakos there that didn't show up on my radar. I'm already excited about going next April.