What drew an estimated 10,000 people to a Northern California gun show? Simple. According to one attendee, they're scared.
"Obama wants to take everybody's guns away," said Bob Daziel, who stood in line with hundreds on Saturday to get into the Crossroads of The West event in Daly City, California. "So they're down here buying ammo, buying guns, they're getting ready for the next revolution."
"It was constructive dialogue," said Bob Templeton, the event's president, who attended the meetings this week between Biden and members of the firearms industry. "But I think they had their minds made up when they came in the meeting."
Templeton said his organization's stance echoed that of the National Rifle Association: "Further restrictions on the Second Amendment are not on the table for discussion."
Biden is expected to deliver recommendations to President Barack Obama on Jan. 15.
"That's why we all need to get them now before they take them away," said Jayleen Heres, who bought an AR-15 assault rifle -- the same weapon used in last month's mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut. "I have three more at home. This is the fourth."
Meanwhile, lines at the show for everything from firearms to ammunition swelled throughout the day. Templeton said he expected the latter to sell out before the show concludes on Sunday.
"I'm like the hundredth [person] in line right now," said another attendee, Frank Andtetta. "There's like more than 500 people on line to get ammunition."
Watch KGO's report on Crossroads Of The West, aired Jan. 12, 2013 below.