SHOT Show Sights:
Show Day 1

SHOT Show Through The Lens
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Les Baer and Editor Roy Huntington pose with the American Handgunner Special Edition 1911 at the FMG Publications booth.

SHOT Show Sights shares highlights from each day of the 2020 SHOT Show using photos taken from our very own phones. With so much to see, it’s impossible to cover it all — here’s what we saw along the 12.5 miles of show floor from Day 1.

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Surrounded by real guns, we couldn't stop playing with this minature 1911 from RW Minis.

Does your handgun need a sling? Freedom Arms had their big bores on display.

Lots of new ammo offerings from Sierra this year, including new GameChanger loads.

Mo' ammo, less problems. A great license plate from Sierra!

A Kel-Tec SU22 with unique underfolding stock for compact storage.

It rotates! No need to remove optics when folding your Keltec SUB2000 with new CQB model.

A different kind of firepower, we spotted this XM-42 Flamethrower seen at a random booth.

Federal and Traditions have changed muzzleloading with the introduction of the FireStick and NitroFire.

Les Baer Custom also had the American Handgunner 1911 on display at their booth.

Precision is the word of the year for Savage, introducing new models of the AXIS II and 110.

Savage also introduced A/B series precision rifles, plus the premier 110 Elite Precision.

The Savage Renegauge is the company's first semi-auto shotgun — and it's impressive.

The Ed Brown Fueled Series takes custom Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 models to the next level.

We think Col. Jeff Cooper would be proud to shoot this commemorative 1911 from Ed Brown.

Using tritium Ember Glow technology, XS RAM Night Sights are some of the brightest we've ever seen.

Engraved with popular cattle brands, this Taylors & Co revolver is a beauty!

Known for their handgun sleeves, Hogue is adding adhesive rubber grips to its lineup.

Designed as a first responder tool, the Hogue Trauma features a seatbelt cutter and oxygen wrench.

How big is too big? The new Taurus Raging Hunter in .454 Casull.

Also new from Taurus, the .38 Special Defender 856 is a lightweight and concealable EDC revolver.

Add a wood stock to the 16" Heritage Rough Rider and you get the new Rancher revolver rifle.

Marlin Firearms is celebrating its 150th anniversary with special edition lever guns and ammo.

Own a Smith & Wesson revolver? HIVIZ now makes an adjustable fiber optic rear sight.

The SAR USA SAR 9X adds new features to the 9mm pistol, including the ability to mount optics.

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