This weekend gun enthusiasts visited the Sloan Conference Center for the Bowling Green Gun Show.
One vendor said he's noticed a slight decrease in the number of people at gun shows in the same period this year as last year.
Sherwood Davis, owner of Sherwood's Guns in Bowling Green, said earlier this year people bought a lot more guns and ammunition.
"I think it's because people really spent out the first part of the year after Sandy Hook and the political climate that ensued. Sales were insane then, and it just couldn't go on forever. So it has slowed down a little bit," he said.
Davis also said ammo is still hard to keep in supply -- especially for the .22-long rifles.
He also said people have been buying several types of guns for both recreational use and self-defense.
Davis said he sees a pretty consistent flow of people in his store still.