Besides the assorted suppressors aplenty, the halls of SHOT Show 2017 are heavy with offerings that feature selector-switches and others that require the exchange of National Firearms Act paper.
In addition to civilian sales with the proper stamp, there is always the military/law enforcement market to cater to and as such, there is a good bit of otherwise unobtanium gear lining the halls.
Double Star had a few great builds such as this Hurricane Butterfly SBS to show off their aftermarket accessories (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
How about a Daniel Defense MK18 with a 10.3-inch 1:7 barrel and a Vortex Razor AMG UH-1 holo sight. Weight as equipped: 5.88 pounds.
KNS Precision has come correct with a series of new folding stock options for the CZ 805 Bren
…And IWI Ace, NFA rules apply
VLTOR’s custom Apocalypse rifle with a Ballistic Advantage 14.5-inch barrel, zombied up by Dark Alliance Firearms. Sure, sure, depending on how the muzzy device is mounted, it may not be NFA, but it’s just so cool we tossed it in here.
The VLTOR Praetorian, with a 12.5-inch barrel
The Milkor USA M32A1 40mm bloop-a-matic
Not to be confused with their 40mm less lethal tactical launcher (Mil/LE sales only)
Troy’s new SOCC PDW, left, and Responder, complete with 7.5-inch and 12.2-inch barrels, respectively.
SilencerCo had a number of vintage NFA items around including this Tommy gun complete with drum mag, slightly modded for suppressor use.
FN P90 anyone? Another of SilencerCo’s stable
UZI does it
Colt’s MRR SC 300 comes with both an 8.5-inch barrel and a fun switch that will make .300 Blackout rush at 900 rounds per minute cyclic. Below the MRR is the 40mm Eagle GL
Kalashnikov USA’s KR-9 9mm SBR
SureFire’s Mini-gun display to highlight (see what we did there) their giant sunlight making weapon light mounted below. And you thought your tac light was bulky
The view from the Mini-gun’s giggle switch
Say it with me: repeal the Hughes Amendment
One of Florida-based SEA’s shorty shotties
FN brought all the party favors including a mockup of a Hughes 500/AH/MH6 Little Bird with an RMP .50 cal heavy machine gun pod on the left skid and a M249 5.56mm SAW on the door
Alternating with another pod and matching M240 7.62mm fun gun on the right.
The updated FN Minimi Mk3– slightly different from its M249 brother– along with it’s 7.62x51mm variant which has been replacing the classic FN MAG 58 with overseas clients.
The handheld FN40GL
Speaking of grenade launchers
There are even extensive lines of inert training guns that have the same weight and balance as the real deal
But are 6mm (airsoft)— no NFA rules apply here, sir.