Crystal Chandler “Chandler’s Guns” in Seneca holds a “military spec” AR-15 being sold at her booth at the Gun and Knife Show at Ladson’s Exchange Park on Saturday. She said as of 2 p.m. she had sold 23 guns. The popular show took place Saturday and Sunday at the park.
From left, S.C. State Constables Randy Snipes, Jerry Roberts (of Goose Creek), Mark Bartleson and John Hutchinson tell visitors about their profession as they sell $5 raffle tickets for a 12-gauge Remington 870 hunting rifle on Saturday at the Gun and Knife Show in Ladson. The money will be used to buy gear for state constables, who volunteer for the non-profit organization.
Hundreds of attendees browse through knives, guns, ammunition, artifacts, trinkets, toys and other items at the Gun and Knife Show on Saturday.
Stan Davis and his wife Rhonda Davis, of Lexington’s S & R Gun Sales, show off a Marlin 30-30 hunting rifle at last weekend’s Gun and Knife Show at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson. The show took place Saturday and Sunday. The guns sell for $350 and up, Davis said. “Politicians are our best salesmen,” he added. “Whenever they talk gun control, sales soar.”