New Guns, Gear, Ammo – LewRockwell

By Jacki Billings
Guns.com

February 3, 2018

The hallowed walls of the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas were packed last week with vendors showcasing the latest, greatest and sometimes eyebrow raising products the firearms industry has to offer.

From guns, gear, ammo and just about everything in between, attendees were presented with an array of new products. Guns.com roamed the halls, tackled the booths and took some notes all to bring our readers a collection of the top 10 most interesting things we found on the tables of SHOT Show 2018.

Ladyhawk 2.0

Featuring obsidian, abalone, and zinc grips the Ladyhawk comes chambered in 9mm or .45 ACP (Photo: Jacki Billings)

Featuring obsidian, abalone, and zinc grips the Ladyhawk comes chambered in 9mm or .45 ACP (Photo: Jacki Billings)

The Ladyhawk 2.0 by Nighthawk Custom introduces a sleek, understated pink design that’s just cute enough to turn heads without being too over the top. Featuring obsidian, abalone and zinc grips, paired with a rose gold finish, the 9mm or .45 ACP chambered Ladyhawk comes standard with some nice upgrades like Heine Slant Pro night sights and a match grade barrel. This high end beauty costs a pretty penny, though, running just south of $5,000.

Sig Sauer P365

The P365 has a 10 round double stack magazine, weighing in at 17 oz. (Photo: Jacki Billings)

The P365 has a 10 round double stack magazine and weighs in at only 17 ounces. (Photo: Jacki Billings)

Sig Sauer slips in with its P365 pistol designed specifically for concealed carry. Undoubtedly the darling of the show, the P365 impressed even the most jaded gun owners with its competent design and reliable performance on the range. The compact, striker fired 9mm pistol measures just 5-inches long and weighs in at 17-ounces. The P365 packs 10 rounds in a double stack design, 12 with the optional extended mag, all for $599.

Federal Premium Ammunition

.224 Valkyrie has a flat trajectory and range out to 1,300 yards (Photo: Jacki Billings)

.224 Valkyrie has a flat trajectory and…

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