“Inside the Chamber with Smith & Wesson” To Broadcast Live From 2015 NRA Show  

Shooters who can’t attend the 2015 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits in Nashville can still get a peek at some of the festivities on a live TV feed from Smith & Wesson.  Airing from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. CST, “Inside the Chamber with Smith & Wesson” provides viewers with a front-row seat inside the Smith & Wesson booth (#2825) during this year’s convention.

Scheduled guests include appearances by professional shooters Jerry Miculek, Julie Golob and Doug Koenig; author Dana Loesch; outdoor TV hosts Steve Scott and Jim Scoutten, and others. Golob is likely to talk about the company’s new M&P Performance Center ported pistols, shown below.

“Inside the Chamber with Smith & Wesson” is hosted by Gary Giudice. Click here to see the daily broadcast on the Smith & Wesson website.

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  1. greetings…brief comment regarding AR platforms. I have a s/wmp15 and a s/w mp10. Both are good products. Both take the design from Gene Stoners M16. It’s been 50 plus years and arms manufacturers are still trying to correct the fatal design flaws Gene Stoner “sold” to the US armed services. Regarding my two s/w ar’s –to totally transform the basic design I’ve added a left side charging handle to both rifles and a DPMS enhanced bolt latch to the ”15” and hope dpms soon makes one for the”10”.

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