SHOT Show 2022 was a blast! I think I speak for the rest of the TFB and TFBTV crew in saying that it was great to get back out on the SHOT Show floor and rub shoulders again with the wider gun industry and see old friends and make new ones. Today on the podcast the crew and I go over a couple of our favorite sightings from SHOT Show and also talk a bit about what lies ahead of the gun industry in the months and years to come. I’m personally already looking forward to SHOT Show 2023 and this is despite battling with the ever-present SHOT Show funk. So sit back, relax and enjoy this special TFB SHOT Show 2022 wrap-up.
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TFB B-Side Podcast: SHOT Show 2022 Wrap Up With the TFB Crew
On this episode of the TFB B-Side podcast, I and a handful of other TFB and TFBTV crew talk about our experiences at SHOT Show 2022. We go over a couple of the guns and accessories we found and liked at the show, discuss how the landscape of SHOT Show has changed, and also what we think is to come in the following years. For those of you who missed SHOT Show, and enjoyed this quick wrap up, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive coverage of the event both on the blog as well as our show-oriented YouTube channel, TFBTV Show Time, where we cover not only SHOT Show but other industry events like it!
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