Celebrity sightings at SHOT Show 2019 (PICS)

It’s not just manufacturers, buyers and media roaming the floors of SHOT Show. Sometimes gun industry celebs make the rounds too. Guns.com snapped a few photos of gun celebrities we caught during our stint at SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

Alex Zedra and Eli Cuevas of Black Rifle Coffee fame. (Photo: Guns.com)

Maj Toure of Black Guns Matter. (Photo: Guns.com)

World-renowned shooter Jerry Miculek (Photo: Guns.com)

Randy Couture talking to a fan. (Photo: Guns.com)

Competitive shooter Julie Golob. (Photo: Guns.com)

Country singer Travis Tritt. (Photo: Guns.com)

Team Glock. (Photo: Guns.com)

Wayne LaPierre talking with attendees. (Photo: Guns.com)

Team Sig member Lena Miculek. (Photo: Guns.com)

Host of The Gun Collective Jon Patton. (Photo: Guns.com)

Kris “Tanto” Paronto at the Maxim Defense booth. (Photo: Guns.com)

Olympian Kim Rhode at the Beretta booth. (Photo: Guns.com)

Retired Lt. Col. Oliver North at the Mossy Oak booth. (Photo: Guns.com)

Team Sig Captain Max Michel giving a demo. (Photo: Guns.com)

Author Liz Lazurus (Photo: Guns.com)

Ian and Karl from Forgotten Weapons. (Photo: Guns.com)

Team Colt shooter Maggie Reese (Photo: Guns.com)

Rob Furlong Canadian sniper who at one time held the record for the longest confirmed sniper kill in combat 2430 meters. (Photo: Guns.com)

Team HK shooter JD Williams (Photo: Guns.com)

Dan Abraham, of TheFirearmGuy, doing a standup at the Nemo booth. (Photo: Guns.com)

NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch signing autographs at the Kel-Tec booth. (Photo: Guns.com)

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu master Royce Gracie is a three-time UFC champion — back when the UFC was a tournament. (Photo: Guns.com)

This dude has three cameras on him, so he must be famous. (Photo: Guns.com)

Big Foot (Photo: Guns.com)

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