"They all have 30 round magazines which you see in this case, they shoot a lot of bullets, and that's what people like to do," (gun dealer Duane) Hungerford said.
Hungerford is all fired up and ready to sell to the 10,000 or more people expected to attend.  Though, like many dealers across the country, he is running low on assault weapons inventory and having a hard time getting any more from manufacturers.
Despite that many gun dealers still intend to unload nearly every piece of inventory they carted in to the fairgrounds.
Dealers said the top reasons people by guns include protection, hunting, and collecting.  Opponents of the proposed changes said any new limitations threaten second amendment rights.