<!-- missing image http://blogs.kcrw.com/whichwayla/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gunsandflags-226x300.jpg -->Southern California’s first gun show since the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut last month drew a huge crowd to the Ontario Convention Center over the weekend. On Saturday alone, about 6,000 people attended the Crossroads of the West show. Typically, the event attracts about that many in an entire weekend. I was there Saturday, and many of the attendees I spoke to said they were stocking up on ammunition and shopping for weapons out of concern that new federal and statewide gun control measures are in the pipeline and could make it harder to buy firearms in the near future, like Dane McQuarrie:
Guns and ammo draw big crowds to Ontario Gun Show
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