Michigan Antique Arms Collectors, Inc.


The Quality Show of the Midwest

Newsletter

Dear MAAC Member,


        We hope you had an enjoyable and profitable February show.  Saturday’s show attendance was strong and steady most of the day. We had many cross overs from the Shriner’s Auction Show. MAAC would like to thank everyone for your cooperation in removing cars from the hall in a timely manner.  The guards have been working diligently to keep traffic moving to aid in the unloading process.  Thanks also to the table holders who have been rotating their sale stock.  We heard many positive comments about the variety and quality of items for sale.  The representatives from Morphy Auctions remarked on what a good show it was. Contact Greg Zemsta as early as possible if you have any questions regarding your tables or their location for the next show

        MAAC would like to thank the following individuals for their excellent displays: Lt. Mike Kline for “Dr. Goddard’s The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre”, Mr. Daniel Pozarek for “Remington’s Large Frame Revolvers”, Jim and Roberta Castle for “Michigan Copper Mines”, “The 102nd United States Colored Troops Co. B”, Mr. Tracie Hill for “The American Thompson Association”, and the “Thompson Revolver Display” by Mark Smith.  A special thanks to Mr. Larry Serdoner and Mr. Jim Pence who worked the door all weekend to survey the number of members we had attending the show.

Board notes:

  • Reminder that for 2018 MAAC shows: I696 will be under construction from I94 to I75.  Please secure an alternate route to the show.


  • Purchase tables early.  Annual membership dues are currently $40.


  •  If interested in a board position please submit resume to Secretary Joyce Christmann.


  • Please wear your security badge during the show.


  •   Tie all breach loading weapons and secure all ammo.


  • Do not bring in loaded weapons!!


  • Display antique, sporting and target arms and accoutrements only.


  • Cars are not allowed through the roll up doors before the end of the show!


        Displays for the April show will be “The Remington-Springfield Connection” by Dan Kurkowski and “Spanish American War Weapons” by Larry Serdoner.  The 102nd Encampment will also be coming again.  If you are interested in putting on a display please contact John Bassett.  Thank you for helping us with another successful antique arms show.  Your participation and cooperation are greatly appreciated.  See you again April 28-29.  Watch out for potholes!!


G. Christmann
MAAC President (586-286-3905)

                       
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