Firearms

First Look: 2020 SHOT Show

We have our team at the 2020 SHOT Show in Las Vegas and will provide a recap here in the upcoming days (just like we did in 2019). In the meantime, here are some early photos from the biggest annual event in the firearms industry:

 

2020 SHOT Show
Arsenal’s new AK-20 comes in 7.62x39mm and 12.7x42mm calibers.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Variable gas port, long optics rail and Galil-style safety improve on the AK-47/74 in ergonomics and function. User-serviceable sound suppressors are also offered.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Sabatti, a rifle and barrel-maker for more than 300 years, is offering a refinement of their precision rifle models that were previously only available in Europe.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Grand Power Stribog 9mm (Global Imports) in USAF Cerakote colors.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Swampfox Optics 1x and 3x prismatic scopes have incredibly clear glass, wide field of view and well-thought-out reticles, all at a very affordable price.

 

SHOT SHOW 2020 - Marlin
Marlin just celebrated its 150th anniversary.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Marlin’s tactical lever-action rifles are all ready for more than just the hunt.

 

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2020 SHOT Show
 

2020 SHOT Show
 

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2020 SHOT Show - rails
Super-light rails from Fostech.

 

2020 SHOT Show - stock
Frame and mag from Modular Driven Technologies (MDT).

 

2020 SHOT Show - tripod
On-gun, fold-out bipod from Swagger Bipods.

 

2020 SHOT Show - lower
Triggers from Rise Armament.

 

2020 SHOT Show
 

 

2020 SHOT Show
Triggers from TriggerTech.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Grips and trigger demonstrators/trainers from HIPERFIRE.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Wall-mounted magazine storage solutions.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Colorful AR parts from Digital Tool & Automation.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Drum magazine from Armatac.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Custom ARs at the 2020 SHOT Show.

 

2020 SHOT Show
Triggers from Elftman Tactical.

 

What guns or manufacturers are you interesting in checking out the most? Let us know in the comments below.

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1 Comment;

  1. I am interested in Rugers “57”, the Ruger Wrangler (which I can only find in the burnt bronze color) and of course the new LCPll 22.

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