FAIRMONT, W. Va. (WDTV) Doors opened for the Fairmont gun show at 9 a.m. this morning in the Marion County National Guard Army Building.
The event was open to anyone and offered people arms for self-defense and sport, along with stun guns and pepper spray.
As attendees checked out the large collection of firearms, they also had the chance to stop and check out a train car robbery booth in the middle of the event.
Gun show manager Michael Gelles says with over two-hundred and seventy tables, the show is a one stop shop for anything self-defense.
The show will be open again on Sunday and tickets for its second day will be available at the door.