The Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show’s “Industry at the Range Day” kicked off Monday with more than 200 registered exhibitors showing off their guns and gear and several hundred others perusing them.
Veteran-owned, San Diego-based Predator Warpaint took self-defense post-apocalyptic with the zombie club.
Get your camo-paint-sun-proofing on with Predator Warpaint. SPF 50 and it opens bottle caps.
Perusing a few handguns.
American Tactical’s loot crate. I doubt you’ll get this in a monthly subscription.
Triumph Systems targets.
She’s got all the answers.
Guns.com takes the hill.
Waiting to shoot.
Zombie clowns bleed red just like you.
More than 200 exhibitors registered for range day Monday.
Rise Armament is coming out with a 20-inch 308 this spring. $2,499 MSRP
Sitka camo doing what it does best.
WildEar custom fit hearing protection.
Some range coffee courtesy of Yeti.
Industry at the range day.
It’s all about the rhinestones.
Colt’s rebooted Combat Commander and Delta Elite 10mm Rail Gun caught in the wild.
The black rifle vibe was strong.
S&W is introducing a whole series of lower parts kits, and other AR build-ables.
Ever wondered how a slightly modded Hi-Point Carbine stacks up to an Inland M1 Carbine? Spoiler alert: MKS distributes both.
Inland’s SHOT Show BOV
Ruger still believes in the .44SPL, as evidenced by the new 5-shot GP100
Kimber had stacks of 10mm brass (gold?) waiting to be fed into the hungry machine that is Industry Day
Kimber also had the 38s stoked
Every one of those flags is an exhibitor, and this is only a small portion of the “Strip” at Boulder
Word on the street is this guy is pretty good at skinning the smoke wagon.
Little bit of everything, and this is just the pre-game show.