The National Rifle Association’s 148th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis showcased a cross-section of American gun culture. Here is a view inside.
Of course, with 880 exhibitors across 15-acres of floor space in the Indiana Convention Center, there were several new and interesting firearms on the first day of the show:
Sig Sauer‘s new take on an American-made P210, the Standard, was in attendance
CZ had dreamsicle dreams with their new Shadow 2 Orange
Hi-Point had a more entry-level alternative
Marlin now has a whole Dark series of suppressor-ready lever guns
If you have never heard of Naroh, hold on, because they have some great stuff coming. Watch this space for more!
Keystone‘s Mini Mosin really is a *mini* Mosin
Aklys had a few cool toys, including a hushed BREN and an M3 that looks fresh from Attack Force Z
Then there were the people, with an estimated 80,000 attendees coming to the event from all points of the map.
Multiple World and National IPSC/USPSA champion, a veteran of the elite US Army Marksmanship Unit, and Captain of Team Remington, Travis Tomasie visiting the Guns.com booth to talk about our great Remington Give Away Contest. Included is a new Model Seven HS Precision rifle, HTP Copper ammunition and some of the best deer hunting Georgia has to offer.
Doug Turnbull of Turnbull Restoration, saver of the unsavable and Color Case Hardening wizard.
Robb Gustafson and James Ware with the Colors of Heroes, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to providing outdoor experiences to veterans and their families. Those jackets, tho.
Every one should find someone who looks at them how Rob Pincus looks at the Avidity Arms PD-10.
Of course, Glock Norris was a main event
Stay tuned for much more on NRAAM 148.