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2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada

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SHOT Show is the largest shooting, hunting, and outdoor trade show and the 5th largest trade show in Las Vegas. It runs January 13, 2014 through January 17, 2014 at the Sands Expo Center. With nearly 13 miles of booths and exhibitors there is always a plethora of new guns and gear announced during the week and it's an excellent time to get your hands on some of the new stuff. On Monday they held a day at the range for media to fire a few rounds through the guns.

If you aren’t one of the lucky 65,000 able to make it to SHOT Show you can follow many media outlets to get information on new guns, gear, and accessories. With over 2,500 members of the media attending the show you can always stay up to date with the new releases.

Some of the anticipated firearms being announced at SHOT Show 2014 are the Glock 41 (.45 caliber full-size competition style pistol), Glock 42 (380 single stack pistol), and Springfield Armory XDS 4.0 (9mm single stack with a 4 inch barrel). Here are some social feeds you can follow for more information from SHOT Show 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada:

Concealed Carry Information:

You Can Carry Facebook

You Can Carry Twitter

Tactical Gear:

Top Tactical Facebook

Top Tactical Twitter

Top Tactical Instagram

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