Five Guns We Can't Wait to Shoot at SHOT Show!

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posted on January 12, 2012
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SHOT Show has plenty to offer, but ultimately the first thing the NRA Editors look for is the same thing you'd want to see yourself—the new hardware. It all starts on Monday, Jan. 16 with the annual Media Day at the Range.

NRA Editors will be on the range all day testing some of the most touted new products of 2012, and you can bet that AmericanHunter.org will be there to feature some of the industry's hottest new releases.

There's no telling exactly what will be available at Media Day, but there are five guns our staff is already looking forward to shooting:

• New Browning A5 Shotgun
• Franchi Instinct Over-Under Shotgun (Pictured)
• Ruger American Rifle
• Browning 725 Over-Under
• Bad Boy Buggies Bad Boy Ambush Vehicle

Okay, so we know we can't really shoot that last one... but we can't wait to drive it!

Expect news about each of these new products—and plenty more—starting on Monday, Jan. 16, right here at AmericanHunter.org's Straight from SHOT Show 2012 Blog.

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