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32nd annual trade fair concludes

Event drew 900 on Sat., Sun. to Turner Hall

March 11, 2013

NEW ULM — The pioneer-period fun concluded Sunday with the final day of the 32nd Annual Black Powder New Ulm Trade Fair and Living History Event at Turner Hall....

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Integrity

Mar-11-13 8:17 AM

I hope everyone got a good look this year because by next year all those guns and weapons will be contraband and have been melted down and made into car bumpers.

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Flinter50cal

Mar-11-13 11:55 AM

Traditional crafts of our forefathers as contraband? Good luck on that one! Blackpowder rifles are in an entirely different category of regulations than the modern weapons used to commit crimes. They are also part of the history of the birth of our country. Give them up? Not happening! Why not focus instead on the great range of history presented at the Trade Fair.

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HarryTheHenderson

Mar-12-13 2:49 PM

Integrity has got it all wrong... black powder should be the only type of firearm allowed to be carried by non-law enforcement or military... I bet shootings would go down because of the time it takes to re-load each round.

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