American Legion Post 214 Hosts Firearms And Outdoorsman Show April 10

Monday, April 3, 2017

The American Legion Post 214 will be hosting its first Firearms and Outdoorsman show on Monday, April 10, from 6-9 p.m. at the American Legion Post Complex, 540 Park City Road in Rossville. 

Some of the vendors include Glock Firearms, Cabelas, Rose Power Sports, Island Cove Marina, Tiger Creek Guided Hunts, Ridgeland High School Riflery, Sig Sauer, Liberty Suppressors and others. 

Admission is free to the public.  Raffles, prizes and drawings will also take place.  

This is the first event like this held at the American Legion Post 214 Complex.  The American Legion Post 214 has plans to extend this as a two-day event next year. 

For more information email requests to alpost214@gmail.com. 



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