This is the booth I worked, during setup. Firearms and suppressors just laying willy-nilly about the floor. Here's the AAC booth, where I worked. All set up and looking good. Next is all the rifles, pistols, and suppressors we had in our booth. HK 416. Even HK didn't know we had it. Bunch of assholes at the HK booth wouldn't even talk to us until we walked over with it. They were like, "Hey, where'd you get that?" "From the US Government." "Oh. Well, what can we do for you?" We were the only booth aside from HK to have a 416 at the show. The suppressor is a prototype titanium version of the can AAC is doing for the SCAR-L. Weighs 9 oz. That's featherweight in terms of suppressor weights. USP Tactical w/ EVO-45 Sig 220R w/ EVO-SOF Colt M4 w/ S2R. The cool thing about this suppressor is that it has a multi-start coarse thread with 5 different start points. This lets you match up the numbers on the can with the start point so that you can set your point of impact the same with and without the can, and always use that same number for repeatable POI. It's also a partial reflex can, and only adds about 4" to the OAL of the rifle. Remington 700 w/ Cyclone USP Compact w/ EVO-SOF Knight's SR25 w/ SCAR-H-SD. This can, like the S2R, has the multi-start, adjustable POI, and is also a partial reflex can. FN 5-7 w/ whatever the hell the 5.7 can is called. M249 w/ M4-2000. FN SCAR-L w/ SCAR-SD. This can and the Surefire can are the two vying for the SCAR suppressor contract. Surefire has some improvements to make, and basically has to exceed what the AAC can does already. The Surefire mount has to be redesigned as well. We were the only booth aside from FN with a SCAR-L. Same for the SCAR-H. Closeup of the multi-start threads and reflex flash hider on another Knights SR25. FN SCAR-H w/ SCAR-H-SD. Walther P22 w/ Prodigy. This can has a separated thread pattern that allows quicker attaching and detaching than continuous threads. Colt shorty w/ SCAR-SD. Sig Mosquito w/ Pilot. Same can as the Prodigy, but with continuous threads. MP5 w/ Striker 2. RRA carbine w/ Omni. The Omni is a one-piece can that mounts to a standard USGI A1 or A2 FH. It indexes off the wrench flats, so you get repeatable zero. Takes about 5 seconds to install or remove, and unlike Gemtech's HALO, you can't lose a piece, because it's all one piece. Sig 229R w/ EVO-9. Armalite's SASS entry w/ S3R. Partial reflex can. This is the setup that Armalite will be selling as their SASS and Super SASS civilian models, and the suppressor they chose to go with it. G19 w/ EVO-9. Now on to the HK section. Here we have the History area of HK's booth. Then the G3 variants. MSG90 with some PDW's. UMP's. MP5's. MP7's and a grenade launcher. 416's. 416's and a closeup of each one. Another 416. Remington's new eyeball camera. It's designed to be thrown through windows into a room. It bounces around, then rights itself. It's bottom-heavy and has little nubs on the bottom. It can rotate 360 degrees, and has regular, IR, and some other kind of cameras on it. You can throw it, spike it on a pole, lower it in a net, mount it on a tripod, whatever. It comes in a kit with two balls, a reciever, and some other stuff. Cool gadget. Next up is DSA's booth. A LOT of FAL's. First up is the cutaway FAL. Then racks upon racks of FAL's of all sorts and finishes. Then the AR's. Little shorty Para. What appeared to be an FAL pistol w/ bipod and optic. Then the Sig booth. The new 556. Closeups of the front and rear sights. Oh, look! Sig likes AAC cans, too. Steyr HS 50. A couple of AUG's. S&W's 460V. S&W's new AR's. They're actually a pretty decent deal. Saw one at the store last night. Priced right at $1300 with a Troy 9" rail and Troy front and rear sights. Granted, it's got a RRA non-milspec buffer tube and stock, but it was priced right for all the stuff already on it. I still don't know for sure who's making these for S&W, but my guess is CMT. Oh god, my Glock exploded! Oh wait, that's the cutaway Glock. Armalite's booth. Here's their SASS entry, once again, with AAC's cans on them. AR50 on a crazy mount. And the cutaway AR10.