The NRA annual meeting that was held in Dallas, Texas had many manufacturers showing off some of their new products.
And while I wasn’t there myself, we can still find plenty of exciting photos of products thanks to the team at Guns.com.
First up is a new bipod from Magpul. I wrote about Magpul’s new bipod in a previous post where it’s shown that it has several upgrades and looks like a pretty high-quality bipod. The only drawback that I can find is that it has a pretty heft price tag and as of yet still lacks reviews from early adopters.
Next up is a new riflescope from Sig Sauer called the Ballistics Data Xchange, or more simply the BDX. The idea is that this scope has integrated applied ballistics and bluetooth.
If you were hoping for a new handgun from Sig Sauer, your wish has been granted. On day one, they revealed their new Sig Legion P229 handgun. It’s single-action only, chambered for 9mm, and has X-Ray 3 Day/Night sights.
Sig Sauer’s Sig Legion P220 is now chambered for .45 ACP rounds and has a Legion gray coated slide, flat trigger and Day/Night Sights.
If you’re a fan of Sig Sauer’s M400 series then you might like to know they now offer it in a new color, Elite Titanium, shown on the bottom in this photo.
For those of you with children at home who are getting interested in guns, you’ll love the Rascal model of .22 offered by Savage Arms. Their newest addition is the Rascal Target XP which has new high-end features for young shooters to enjoy.
And last but not least, we have some new bags from US Peacekeeper. Their new offerings are a shotgun scabbard, divided shell pouch, and several range bags.