2018 Great American Outdoor Show: Firearms Hall

posted on February 6, 2018
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The Great American Outdoor Show just gets better every year. If you haven’t yet attended the world's largest outdoor show, held at the sprawling Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex (Feb. 3 to 11, 2018), make this the year you do. Nine halls of guns, archery, fishing and more await you to ensure your fill of the year’s newest firearms, gadgets and outdoor equipment, as well as the opportunity to sit in on seminars, special events, and enter to win gear or even a truck. As a gun enthusiast, one of my favorite areas in which to spend time is the firearms hall, where we are able to handle 2018’s hottest firearms. As I approached the hall on the show's opening day I could hear the familiar hum of excitement. Here is a peek at what the buzz is all about … .






































Join us at the show! Check out greatamericanoutdoorshow.org for all the details.

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