For those of you who don’t follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, we decided we’d run some of the pictures from the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in an article — a sort of photo essay if you will.
The goal here is to give you just a little taste of some of what we witnessed while walking in and around the Music City Center in the heart of downtown, Nashville, Tennessee.
The NRA booth was the centerpiece of the showroom floor. It was quite busy over there.
Registration booth. Upon entering, one has to get a pass before one gets to enter the showroom floor. As you can see, the gentlemen in the photo have their badges.
Here is what was cooking over at Kel-Tec. It’d be nice to have all of those. Heck, who am I kidding, I’d just love to have one of em.
More goodies from Kel-Tec.
Probably the most underrated aspect of the show is all the different lectures one can attend on a variety of topics, ranging from how to carry concealed, to prepping to guns of the Pacific.
A look inside a lecture room. If I recall correctly, this class was on methods of concealed carry.
Colt! Nice guns, but when are they going to bring back the Python?
Magpul’s Retro-Tactical Bus. This thing was Awesome!
Inside the Magpul bus.
If you could own any S&W wheel gun, which would you choose?
My answer to the previous question.
A look inside the media room. This is where we go when we need to do some work, or grab a free coffee, water, or snack (fresh fruit, bagels, pastries, etc.)
Benelli Social Media Director showing off one of her favorites.
The book signing table! This is where I met former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
We’re always on the lookout for some compelling books on the Second Amendment and gun rights. We ran across these at the Second Amendment Foundation’s booth.
The HK P30SK. It’s new! And it appears to be lovely. Check out are overview of it here.
Getting a picture of this baby proved to be difficult as there were always people crowded around it and checking it out.
Jacob having some fun, pretending to be a gunner on a helicopter. “Get to the chopper!”
A look at the NRA News platform within the showroom.