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Published on December 31st, 2015 | by Bill Miller

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16 “Must Stop” SHOT Show Booths

SHOT Show is just around the corner. Every year it gets more difficult to cram all the events and new product intros into four frantic days. To help you pare your list, here are FFL Unleashed’s recommendations for “must sees” at this year’s show – along with booth numbers so you don’t have to look them up on the run!

GunBroker.com (Booth #15147)  — stop by the GunBroker.com booth any time during the show for the unveiling of the new GunBroker.com look, demonstrations of new services for FFL dealers and other sellers. Spin the wheels for the chance to win great GunBroker.com gear. GunBroker.com staff will present three selling presentations. 1) Selling 101: How to become a seller and list your first item. 2) GunBroker.com Checkout: What to do after the sale. 3) Better Listings: Tips to make your listing stand out from the crowd. To check out the presentation schedule click hereOn all 4 days, we will be hosting the SHOT Show 2016 Auctions, so remember to stop by before 2:00 PM PST on Friday afternoon to check out the SHOT Show Rifle!

Aimpoint (Booth #14573) – your customers are going to be demanding the new AR-ready Micro Sights from Aimpoint. Stop by to review the entire line and place your orders.

Armalite (Booth #11771) – stop by to see the latest from Armalite, the Light Tactical Carbine (LTC) featuring Armalite’s own free-floating tactical KeyMod handguard and low profile gas block. It weighs just six pounds.

Arsenal Arms (International Firearms Corporation) (Booth #147) – check out the highly acclaimed Strike One and AF-2011 pistols you’ve read about right here in FFL Unleashed.

Century Arms (Booth 14251) — Century debuts the highly anticipated TP9SF, a refinement of the TP9 without the top-slide-mounted decocker. A solid, real contender for customers seeking a well-priced, feature-loaded carry gun.

Coonan (Booth #2619) – introducing their new 1911 in .45 ACP with all the technology of the .357 that has evolved the 1911 format such as linkless barrel, pivoting trigger, and external extractor.

Crossbreed Holsters (Booth #4459) – check out their new Freedom Carry and Virtus Series holsters.

Fort Knox (Booth #10319) – the hottest look in home design these days is “distressed industrial” and Fort Knox has introduced gun safes that feature this style, but incorporate all of the security features for which they are renowned.

McMillan Firearms (Booth #11771) – McMillan’s Sporting Collection™ is an all-new line of hunting rifles based on the premise that superior technology builds a superior rifle. New for 2016, the foundation of the Sporting Collection is the McMillan G32 action, incorporating best of breed concepts in modern action design.

Real Avid (Booth #3657) – nearly a dozen new mission specific firearms tools and cleaning systems are on the docket for introduction by Real Avid in 2016. The spotlight is on the new AK-47 cleaning system.

Remington (Booth #14229) – 2016 marks the 200th anniversary for Remington. Their booth will be full of “unveils” of special bicentennial projects including the Custom Bicentennial Collection.

Rock River Arms (Booth #14271) – don’t miss the introduction of Rock River’s exclusive new line of 1911s.

Ruger (Booth # 11940) – on the heels of the incredibly popular American rifle line-up, Ruger’s rumored to be introducing the American Pistol – a striker fire semi auto in 9mm and 45 ACP.

Springfield Armory (Booth #13151) – rumor has it Springfield will be introducing 11 new models at SHOT 2016.

Taurus (Booth #14240) – celebrate the 10th anniversary of the incredibly popular The Judge revolvers.

TRUGLO (Booth #13317) – check out the new TRU-TEC 30mm tactical red dot sight with integral laser and the TFX PRO handgun sights.

HONORABLE MENTION:

Honor Defense (Range Day only) – Honor Defense doesn’t have a booth exhibit at this year’s SHOT Show, but they will have shooting lanes at the Industry Day at the Range events, so be sure to look them up and get your hands on the Honor Guard subcompacts.

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