My SHOT Show favorite - post yours

My SHOT Show favorite - post yours

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    My SHOT Show favorite - post yours

    Don't own a lever gun, but after seeing the Alaskan Co-Pilot from Wild West; I will soon. With so many black rifles and tacti-cool everything - this was my favorite gun at SHOT this year. Functional without being over the top like Mossbergs Tac-Lever.

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    I didn't see that until now, but I will second it. Everything else seems like slight tweeks to ARs and other accessories for them. I have been disappointed so far. A few new pistols, but none I want.

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    My favorite is the Kimber 380. That thing is so ridiculously overpriced it goes to show that Kimber is going to bank on their reputation for spending more of their budget on advertising than quality research and development.

    Its basically a Colt Mustang or Sign 238 but double the price.
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    I had found the website for the Alaskan, nifty, but not cheap as I recall.

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    I think I heard $800.
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    I liked the ADCOR Brown Enhanced Automatic Rifle (BEAR). It was on the LE side of SHOT Show. Several exclusive patents two of which stood out to me were the ambidextrous and forward charging handle.
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