BEREA -- A gun show at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds this weekend brought out people in full force.
At times, dozens of people stood in line to get inside, and traffic was backed up to I-71.
Many were concerned that future gun control laws may prevent them from getting the firearms and ammunition they want.
"People are afraid of assault weapon bans," explained gun show attendee Dorian Foster. "There's been a run on ammunition the likes of which we've never seen before."
With demand so high, prices on some guns and ammuniction have more than doubled in recent months.