WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - The tragedy in Las Vegas two weeks ago, has created nationwide debate on the selling of guns.
On Sunday, vendors filled the MPEC at the Wichita Falls Gun and Knife show, selling everything from guns, knives, and even accessories.
One man has been selling guns at gun shows for more than 35 years.
He did notice a change in people's attitudes towards guns days after the shooting, but said he isn't changing his process when selling a gun.
"Business as usual, " said Raul Brionds. "I check the identification, talk to the people, and get a feel for them and how they are and what specifically they are looking for."
Other vendors said they have a similar process when it comes to selling guns at gun shows.
One of the biggest things they look for is a Texas driver's license.
That is because it is illegal for those vendors to sell to from people from out of state.