Shield Sights is well-known for making solid and rugged red dot sights geared toward compact, subcompact, and micro-compact handguns. The company has found great success with its popular RMS and RMSc red dot sights design for the G48, SIG P365, and Springfield Hellcat. At Shot Show 2023, Shield announced four new optics coming to market, the AMS, the RMSd, the SIS2, and the CQS.
When suppressing an AR-15, one of the things end users have to contend with is the gases being pushed back into their faces while shooting suppressed. As time has passed, adjustable gas blocks and gas-busting charging handles were designed to help mitigate the gases the end user is exposed to. Gemtech has taken it further and introduced their new GVAC upper receivers.
SIG Sauer’s presence wasn’t felt on this year’s Shot Show floor, but the firearms manufacturer did host an exclusive range day for shooters to test various upcoming SIG products. One of the new products unveiled by SIG SAUER was the Romeo M17 red dot sight.
Holosun released a slew of products at Shot Show 2023. The company debuted two red dot sights with thermal and night vision capabilities, expanded its SCS lineup, and introduced a new closed emitter for the SIG P320. Not to be outdone, Holosun also introduced their 507 Competition red dot sight.
Nocturn Industries is a small innovative company that produces quality night vision at a reasonable price. At Shot Show, Nocturn Industries announced the new metal Samurai and Manticore along with the Daisho bridge. The Samurai and Manticore will now feature aluminum housings, and both will be dual-tube setups. At the same time, the Daisho bridge will allow you to turn mono night vision into a bino night vision setup.
Innovation is needed to keep the industry healthy, growing, and adapting to changing markets. Innovation is also necessary to help push companies to provide a better end-user experience with their products. So, innovation and ingenuity are core principles of this industry. One company innovating and pushing the boundaries of what is possible is Nocturn Industries.
Leupold is well-known for making well-built, rugged, well-designed optics and red dots. One of Leupold’s most popular lineups is the Mark 5 series of riflescopes, which offers shooters various optics to fit their shooting disciplines. At Shot Show 2023, Leupold introduced the Mark 5HD 2-10×30 riflescope.
Gemtech is well-known for making innovative, robust, and rugged suppressors. Their desire for innovation has led to their newest suppressor, the Abyss. The Abyss is a dedicated 5.56 suppressor that can reliably run .223 REM, 5.56 NATO, 6mm ARC, and 5.7x28mm. Gemtech designed the Abyss to be a hard-use suppressor that can be used on various barrel lengths. The Abyss is made of stainless steel and titanium and finished with a high-temperature Cerakote.
At Shot Show, Midwest Industries released the second generation of Alpha series accessories for the AK Platform. The 2nd generation includes top covers, handguards, stocks, and optic mounts for the AK platform.
Since their creation, Surefire muzzle devices and suppressors have been a proprietary technology for the company. Before, end users didn’t have any options for choosing a suppressor outside of Surefire’s ecosystem until now. At this year’s Shot Show, B&T announced new suppressors compatible with Surefire muzzle devices.
News|Industry News By Drew BryantJanuary 24th, 2023, theloadoutblog.com Over the years, there has been a steady adoption of red dot sights on pistols. During that time, gun owners have looked […]
News|Industry News By Drew BryantJanuary 23rd, 2023, theloadoutblog.com The trend of closed emitter red dots for pistols has continued to grow over the past few years. Last year, Steiner gave […]
C&H Precision is well-known for its red dot adapter plates, slide milling, and pistol accessories. The company has now jumped into the world of pistol red dots. C&H is proud to introduce its new lineup of pistol red dots. The new red dots come in three flavors: duty, competition, and everyday carry. Let’s see what C&H’s new red dots have to offer.
Last year, Aero Precision teased their new bolt action that was designed, engineered, and built in-house by the former aerospace company. Fast forward a year, and Aero Precision is ready to unveil its bolt action to the shooting community. Aero is proud to announce the SOLUS bolt action rifle system. The SOLUS aims to give hunters, shooters, and competitors a custom shooting experience where the end user can build the rifle to dictate their needs.
Over the last few years, more firearm manufacturers are building pistols chambered in the exotic 5.7 round. Ruger jumped into the market a few years back with the Ruger 5.7 and then the PSA 5.7 Rock at Shot Show 2022. Now, Smith & Wesson has entered the foray with the M&P 5.7 pistol.
At this year’s Shot Show, Holosun has taken the industry event by storm with a strong lineup of optics for your pistol and rifle in 2023. The company also took its first foray into the night vision and thermal markets. At Shot Show, Holosun announced they are expanding the SCS (Solar Charging Sight) lineup with three new entries. The SCS will now be available for the H&K VP9, Walther PDP, and SIG P320. The SIG P320 version will feature an enclosed emitter on a Delta Point Pro footprint.