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Last year, parents attending the 2014 Texas Firearms Festival complained about the ticket price. Not the ticket price per se. Ninety percent of our attendees thought the Festival was excellentvalue-for-money. It was the additional cost of paying for young ‘uns or a baby sitter that stuck in their craw. And so we’re letting children 11 and under in for free . . .

That’s non-shooting admission. If you want your 11 or under kid to shoot, well, you gotta pay full fare. [Note: bay operators reserve the right to refuse trigger time to anyone for any reason.] But even if your kids aren’t shooting bring ‘em!  Let them look, feel and smell firearms freedom. Let them watch mom and/or dad and around two thousand Texans (and others) enjoying their natural, civil and Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. (Yes, bear. It’s Open Carry at the Texas Firearms Festival.)

Last year, bringing kids to TFF was financially burdensome. This year, not so much. Thanks for helping us make the Festival even more awesome! (Click here for a post on the improvements to the 2015 event. And direct any more suggestions below.)

6 Responses to The 2015 Texas Firearms Festival. Do it for the Children!

  1. Improvements??” From the Web page.

    “We’re moving the retail tents into the middle of the gun range, and there’ll be LOTS more of them”
    The only thing one might be able to buy in the middle of a gun range is “the Farm”.

  2. According to the neato counter on the side of the page, this event isn’t for more than TWO HUNDRED DAYS. I saw that and had to look it up. “This can’t be right.”

    It’s in NOVEMBER. 6mos plus. You can practically conceive and birth children in this much time. (+1 medical science and advances in pre-mature birth care.)

    Does it really need to be spammed every. single. day. until then?

    Silly me, thought it was something actually present and, you know, soon. Like, I dunno, May, or June even.

    Nope. November.

  3. I admit to suggesting that kids who aren’t shooting get in free (in a post-event survey.) I’m pretty happy with the improvements I’ve read about so far. My wife and I are both going to the next one and the 3 kids are excited to come watch. I attended on Sunday in the morning and got to shoot everything in the show, and a few things (like this can launcher: http://www.xproducts.com/ar-15-soda-can-launcher-accessories-launcher .) Too bad no KJW http://truthaboutguns-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Kirsten-Joy-Weiss-Volquartsen-Test.jpg

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