SHOT Show Live Updates

By Popular Demand, Checks Out ArmaLite’s AR-50

-Posted 1.22.2011
-At the insistence of our readers, we moseyed on by ArmaLite’s booth to drool over their latest brainchild, the AR-50 A1 platform of 50 BMG rifles. Gets Some Sage Advice From Gun Nut’s Phil Bourjaily

-Posted 1.21.2011 got a chance to bask in Mr. Bourjaily’s sage wisdom when we were both taking a break from covering the SHOT Show.


Ruger New Gunsite Scout Rifle and Concealed Carry Approved LC9

-Posted 1.21.2011
-Ace Luciano got the chance to jaw with Mark Gurney, Product Manager for Ruger Firearms who was kind enough to give our first look at Ruger’s two new guns for 2011.

Winchester Ammunition New Blind Side Hex-Shot

-Posted 1.21.2011
-We saw some things at the Winchester Ammunition booth that really got our back legs thumping on the floor.  Blind Side Hex-Shot, the radical alternative to traditional steel pellets particularly for waterfowl hunters.

Barnes Bullets Takes New Line of Ammunition from the Reloading Bench to the Store Shelf

-Posted 1.20.2011 got a chance to speak with Preston Bunker with Barnes Bullets—a great guy who gave us the rundown on Barnes new products for 2011. Granted an Audience with Shooting Legend Tom Knapp

-Posted 1.20.2011 landed an audience with the Pope of Shotguns, shooting luminary and ambassador Tom Knapp.

H-S Precision New Multi-Caliber Sniper Rifle Built for the U.S. Navy

-Posted 1.20.2011
-Ace Luciano talks with Thomas Houghton, President of H-S precision, on their modular system with a collapsible stock and ability to quickly swap calibers.

Leupold’s New VX-6 and VX-R Scopes

-Posted 1.19.2011
-Ace Luciano talks with Tim Lesser of Leupold on their replacement of the VX-7 with new VX-6.  As well as the VX-R with fiber optic illumination.

Traditions Performance Firearms New Ultralight Muzzleloaders

-Posted 1.19.2011
-Ace Luciano chats with Traditions Performance Firearms’ Mark Kresser on their new Muzzleloaders.

Remington Versa Max

-Posted 1.19.2011
-Ace Luciano chats with Brian Lasley on their new 12-gauge autoloading Versa Max.

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