And of course, there was a ton of cool stuff to look at.
For those interested in melee-style zombie weapons, the choices were many; such as these Cold Steel machetes and tomahawks.
There were a lot of handguns, too...
This was a 55 caliber anti-tank gun that has been converted to .50 BMG;
With more women getting into shooting, there are more color choices for accessories;
I liked this one; it's a Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 with a custom pink tigerstripe paint job. Nice.
Speaking of bags; there were several vendors selling tactical nylon gear and gun cases. This booth had all kinds of tactical-looking gear at stupidly low prices. $35 for a Maxpedition Falcon II look-alike;
They also had some duffel bags for $40 that were big enough for me to fit inside. Like seriously. Let's load one of those to capacity and send it through typical airport baggage handling and see how long it lasts. You get what you pay for.
There was plenty of genuine military surplus for those who were looking for the real thing;
Along with guns and gear, flags and "subversive" literature are also available;
This table was all about The Duke;
Quantico Tactical is a relatively big retailer with five locations nationwide. I was happy to see them here.
Redneck and proud of it.