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NRA Annual Meeting Day 1

Well I’m off, at day 1 of the NRA Annual Meeting in downtown Atlanta. So far I’ve​ seen a whole lot of guns and gear and famous shooters. 

Now I’ve been to a whole lot of conventions and trade shows in my day, in my role as a nerd herder. It’s interesting to me that the booth people fall into the same categories: customer service people and full bore salespeople. Given my press badge, I get more of the customer service people approach me, which I like.

I’ve​ also found out a lot about some upcoming products, which I promised not to reveal, but I will tell you they involve new products from companies I’ve already bought from, so I look forward to seeing them.

Look for a full report later. But for now here’s some of what I saw.

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So Long Good Friend

I have never been a fan of owning Safe Queens. If I own a gun, it gets shot.

Having said that, I came to realize recently that I just wasn’t doing justice to Bucky, my Buck Mark pistol. Yes, it was nice to shoot, but since I never started shooting steel challenge or anything like that, it wasn’t getting out.

So, I floated the idea of selling it, and put it on Outdoors Trader. And today, I sold it. Naturally, I followed all my own rules, and I now have a bill of sale in the fire safe, and cash now waiting for another use. I also updated my inventory.

So long, Bucky. Be good for your new handler.

Coming This Week – NRA Annual Meeting

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Well, it’s that time of year – the NRA Annual Meeting. And this year, it’s just down the road from me, at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta, Friday April 28 to Sunday April 30.

I plan to be there all three days, so I encourage my readers to comment with their plans, and hopefully we can get together.

I will be posting more this week on my plans – in the meantime, who is joining me?

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