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Booth Babes of the 2012 SHOT Show

Booth Babes of the 2012 SHOT Show

Companies in the outdoor industry know how to get our attention. We know, it might seem cheap, but sometimes a head-turning booth babe can make all the difference. As we run frantically around the 2012 SHOT Show in our tireless effort to bring you the everything worth a look from the world's largest hunting and shooting trade show, we thought it might be nice to take a break from the new products and admire the scenery.

To wit, here are a few of the booth babes. We'll keep adding more as they catch our attention!


Angela Jennings and Shana Prevetteolding hold a couple of ARs with Aimpoints mounted on top in the Aimpoint booth.

Drago Gear

Angela Pinto took up shop in the Drago Gear booth, maker of packs and bags.

Magnum Essential Equipment

Model Ashley Alvord poses with a cool tactical bag sold by Magnum Essential Equipment.

American Tactical

Jessica Matijiw in the American Tactical booth holding her poster and a gold-plated GSG-AK47 Gold.

Mounted shooting champion sponsored by Cimarron

Kendra Lenseigne is mounted shooting champion sponsored by Cimarron and actually helped design the pistol she is holding — a .45 single-action. She is a world champion mounted rider and is first woman to even beat men in the competition. This chick is legit badass.

Tactical Girls Calendar

The gang's all here. The models of Tactical Girls Calendar gather in the American Sniper booth. The calendar, put together by HBL Productions, can be purchased at

Tactical Girls Calendar

The Tactical Girls pose for another group photo at the American Sniper booth.

Miss September and Miss October

Tactical Girls Calendar models were a big hit at the American Sniper booth. Here Miss September Melissa and Miss October Lynn pose for the camera.

Magnum Essential Equipment

Ashley is turning some heads at the Magnum Essential Equipment booth.

SAR Arms

Heather Smith was working out in a gym when she learned EAA Firearms was looking for a model to promote their products. She's now also the model for EAA's sister company SAR Arms as well. (That's her in the background image five times larger than life, bare midriff and sporting dual handguns.) For us, she is holding a SAR-PA 12 gauge.

Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone

We found Marianne Faithful handing out flyers at the Nighthawk Bluetooth Microphone booth. The name alone was worth stopping, and photographing her angelic face is a bonus.

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