Ok just got back from the show. Made a great trade and ended up with a 629 performance center snubby.
Prices, about $100 bucks above gunbroker prices. The tables are flooded with AR15s from every imaginable reputable and "homebrew" manufacturer. Georgia Arms had a good supply of ammo along with the various tables of private sellers. Lots of AKs and CZ scorpions and IWI bullpup shotguns. Of course you have the beef Jerry and knife guys as well.
Not too crowded at 10:00. Only saw one "stick guy" walking around with a wooden dowel with peice of paper with the price sticking out of his barrel.
Prices were up, but not too crazy. I paid $65.00 for 50 rounds of Mag Tech 44 mag, almost the same as Georgia Arms was charging. I was shocked that Bass Pro in Destin had 10 boxes of Hornady LeverEvolution .44 mag at $32 a box of 20. I snapped up 3.
I'll keep my eyes peeled in case I ever come across any and give you a shout.
I thought it was a good show. I was able to find a 17rd M&P magazine. I've been on the look for them since moving from CO but they are getting harder to find so finding one for $36 was worth the $10 admission.
Ammo wise, I was looking for 9mm, 5.56, & Horady Black Grendel. I bought a few boxes of Federal 124gr FMJ 9mm at $20/box I did see other tables with it for $25-$35+ though.
5.56/223 was at $12/box but didn't buy any but still saw prices up to $25 for 20 rounds, geez. Grendel was tough, only one table with 2 boxes at $50 a box so I passed on that as well.
You would think ppl selling ammo would at least scan the competition for their prices to see where they are. Looks like some don't care or they bought high and are not ready to sell at a loss yet.