I kind of dropped the ball of taking pictures but I did get a few. Understand I was at the show for bussiness and that was my primary job there and what I was getting paid for. So I was running around doing sit downs with various companies to buy and sell, not take pictures. The flight out to shot show was the worst ever. Since my boss didn't go he flew Ed and I out there coach red eye. Worst turbalance I ever experienced and 4 hours of it. I was not feeling well and got zero sleep. The next morning we got a early check in, got breakfast and went strait to the show. Compared to other Shot Shows this one was not as good. I like Show Show in Vegas much more as it's a better venue. There also was not as much innovative stuff out there. I'm way tired so I'm going to do the best I can. The best product I saw out there that I am immediately going to purchase for myself is the RCBS bullet feeder. Thing is like a kiss bullet feeder but less expensive, smaller, and works really really well. About $500 While I was at RCBS there were two young dudes standing behind me. I was joking around with them because their last name was tubbs. So I said "You know there is a david tubbs who is like the worlds greates rifle shooter". They said yeah that's our dad he's standing behind you. I turned around and was speachless. I hang out with all sorts of pro shooters but david tubbs is in a whole other universe. Dillon has a new 50 BMG progressive press and it is impressive. I want one if nothing else to have in my garage to impress my shooting buddies. $800 + $400 for dies. Yeah I look like shit, zero sleep, and 8 hours on my feet. Colts new AR with the short buffer and folding stock was probably kind of cool. The buffer and spring are partially moved into the upper. The upper no longer can pivot on the front pin, You got to pop both pins out and slide the upper forward to disassemble. I though the stock had too much flex. This rifle is a gas gun. Colt did not have their piston upper at the show. Of all the new piston uppers The Para was the most impressive. the folding stock is reasonably solid with little flex. The handguard is very good and not super oversized like what you are used to see on piston AR's. According to todd J the recoil impulse if very good. There were videos of him shooting it with the butt stock on his nose. S&B has a new verion of the short dot out. I like the recticle but somehow the glass did not look as clear as I remembered their older short dot was last year. I think the call it the short dot law enforcement or something like this. Nightforce had the best new scope. A 2.5 x 10 varible that is shorter and lighter than any I've seen in 3x9. Really good glass, illuminated recicle, ton of eye relief. I really want one. If you had the means this is what I would recommend as the best 3 gun scope out there today. Trijicon has several new scopes out. The new short acog is 1.5x and pretty sexy looking. It is otherwise a acog and nothing really special. For the internet shooter that wanted a sexy optic to put on a rifle to post pics on AR15.com this would be the one you got sack rode for. For a solider that wanted a super rugged compact battle sight it is not a bad option either. The 5x20 with target turrets was pretty good. Wish it was a 2nd focal plane recticle it is a 1st focal plane. Was mainly considering this optic for a 6mmAR project. For those that don't know to read mils on a 1st focal plane you have to use the scope at the highest magnification. With a 2nd focal plane scope you can read mils at any magnification. So I'm passing on this scope. The new true 1x-4x 30mm accupoint is as awesome as expected. The the accupoint currently avaliable is a 1.25x4x and a 1" tube. This new accupoint is going to be even faster and brighter. All the serious 3 gun guys who shoot tactical class were all begging to be put on wait list for these scopes. Taran Butler told me he even has to wait (did not sound happy). When I asked him was was the best thing he saw (at the show) he said it was the accupoint. There are two version of the micro reflex sight. One that has no battery and completely fiber optic and tritium. Was pretty good except the lens was really blue (one of my pet peeves). They had another model that used a battery and I think it's the new best micro reflex sight out there. Good lens, lifetime warrentee. Battery life is like 6 months constant on (or so they claim). Retail is $600+ 3 month wait. Cmore has a new micro relext sight. I was very impressed with it. The price point is more managable at $320 retail. Has a on off swith in the correct location on the top of the sight and not the sides or back. You can turn it off, standard setting, or super bright. The battery also goes in on the side and not the bottom. No more taking the sight off to change batteries. They also claim that battery life is months constant on, standard setting. We are think we are going to use these sights to replace the doctors for you custom race glock builds.