SHOT Show 2015 - Day 3

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Today was the first time I got to see the new Garmin Virb action camera in person. It has a display on the top to see what you're shooting, as well you can connect it via WiFi. Also, look for their GPS features to go along with your video so you can compare with your buddies!

This adapter can take your smartphone and line it up perfectly with your scope, binoculars, night vision devices, and even microscope. Later this year there should be a larger adapter to accept fablets.

Lots of great guns and accessories of course, but of course we had to show the new Glock mags and the 60 round AR mags. As well, they started experimenting with dye and it looks like you'll be able to get different colour mags and patterns in the future! Also, big thanks to Milan from Perroz Designs for being a good sport and being our model!

The first thing that caught my eye in this booth was the Knot Bone because they are the same devices used with my MSR tent. There are plenty of really cool products from Nite Ize and hopefully in the future we will be able to review some for you. 

Saw a great range bag from Eberlestock that is organized like a camera bag. It has the ability to also carry two rifle bags on the side. They also showed me their messenger bag that has more pockets and compartments that I think I could fill, and that's saying a lot. It even has a place for a handgun!

I had no idea but after speaking with James Chuang from Vanquest, I found out that he was one of the original designers from Maxpedition. The following photos will obviously remind you of the Arc'teryx Khard. This is their take on it with thicker shoulder straps, load lifters, more supportive waist belt, MOLLE on the sides and almost half the price.

SIG Sauer
Their new MCX and MPX are both multi calibre weapons with the swap of the barrel, bolt, and operating rod. You can use your current AR lower to and convert it into one of these variants. 

I've never really seen knives with lights on them, but SOG makes them. I still have my SEAL Pup, and it's still going strong. Also throwing axes. 


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