Looking to catch up on all of our SHOT Show 2015 coverage? Here's a roundup of some of the things the American Hunter staff saw earlier this month.
SIG Sauer had one of the hottest booths at SHOT Show 2015, and for good reason—the company rolled out its new optics line for the first time. Hunters should pay attention.
Mossy Oak's "Break-Up" line reaches its fourth iteration with the new pattern, known simply as Break-Up Country.
The low-cost, hardworking Hi-Point Carbine can now be had in a caliber to complement your carry gun.
Melvin Forbes' Signature Series rifles celebrate 30 years of top-flight rifle quality.
Celebrate AA loads with a commemorative case of the famous shotshells.
Last year, 26 Nosler was introduced to the industry. The cartridge's success prompted an expansion of the family in 2015, and the company has used SHOT Show to roll out its new 28 Nosler.
Yamaha kicked off SHOT Show by introducing the Wolverine R-Spec, an all-new Side-by-Side that's designed and engineered for exploring extreme terrain.
Mossberg announced its "Big 5" for 2015 on the eve of SHOT Show 2015—including the new Patriot, reviewed by Richard Mann here—and among the new releases was an expansion to its rimfire family: the Blaze.
Among the new bolt-action rifles on display at SHOT Show 2015 is a new entry from the folks at Winchester Repeating Arms, officially named the XPR.