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Militaria in Las Vegas or along I-15?

Article about: Hi guys, My girlfriend and I are taking a drive down to Vegas next week. She gets to do some shopping which means I get to do some antiquing. Does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks, Mo

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    Hi guys,

    My girlfriend and I are taking a drive down to Vegas next week. She gets to do some shopping which means I get to do some antiquing. Does anyone have any recommendations?

    Thanks,
    Mo

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    How about the MGM Grand or Cesar's Palace, and win a couple million to spend or this but it looks a bit cheesy Machine Guns Vegas | VEGAS.com

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    The Bunny Ranch!!! I guess that's not what you were asking was it??????? }8)

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    Or go to the "Pawn Stars" store I'm sure he will not screw you over...

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    I was just there for the Shot Show. I do recall an Antique shop between downtown and the strip. Not sure what street. I would get a phone book out and look. That's what I do when I go to these places.
    I hope this helps.
    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Quote by AmericanKraut View Post
    Or go to the "Pawn Stars" store I'm sure he will not screw you over...
    I was actually going to go there just to look around!

    A month ago, while I was driving out here from PA, I stopped at the the 'American Pickers' shop in Iowa:
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    You know, I live about 2 hours from there and I have never been in the place.
    Good luck in Vegas. You will find if you are driving down some of the little towns in between might be a better bet if you are looking.
    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Well, Vegas was a bust. There was a lot of good stuff there, but it was just too pricey. The closest I got to Nirvana was when I found an unissued set of British 1940 pattern battledress, pants and jacket, dated 1942, for what I initially thought was $18. I told the guy I'd take it and he told me "Oh, no, no, no, the $18 is for the patch ATTACHED to the jacket. The whole set is $175!"

    I was so disappointed...

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    Stay out of the big cities go to the country side more stuff and better prices.
    That is where I always find nice things.
    chris

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    I agree. Little towns have the best stuff.
    You might be surprised as to what you may find.
    By the way Gold and Silver Pawn. AKA Pawn Stars are more interested in selling t-shirts than treasures.
    It is just another Tourist trap.


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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