Preview: 2014 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indiana

The 2014 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits kicks off in the heart of Hoosier Country on April 25th, and G&A will be providing exclusive web coverage of the newest guns, optics, suppressors, ammo and gear straight from the show floor.

Over 600 firearm industry exhibitors will congregate at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis to show off their latest introductions. The event is also open to all NRA members, who showed up 86,228 strong to last year's event.

Highlights from the 2013 NRA Show included new product introductions from dozen of companies, including Beretta, Blackhawk, and Daniel Defense. We always look forward to new product introductions, but there's no doubt that a heart-wrenching speech delivered by the wife of a fallen American hero, Chris Kyle, stole the show.

G&A also had a chance to interview dozens of NRA members from the show floor about their views on various topics during our Man on the Street series of web videos. Feedback from NRA members illustrated a vibrant array of opinions from grassroots gun owners who take pride in firearm ownership.


NRA members will have another chance in 2014 to make their voices heard on a series of firearm-related topics. If you plan to attend this year's show, keep an eye out for the team of G&A online editors who will be on foot actively pursuing the opinions of those in attendance. We want to hear from you! G&A looks forward to meeting with all of those who follow the world's most widely read firearms magazine.


Stay tuned to gunsandammo.com for updates on all the trending products. Until then, revisit the list of highlights from last year's show and stay tuned for more exclusive coverage.

NRA Members Discussed the Ammo Shortage

With panic buying in full force, NRA members discussed how the ammo shortage has affected them in this Man on the Street Video.

Beretta Introduced the ARX100

The polymer frame, semiautomatic battle rifle known as the Beretta ARX100 was introduced to American consumers.

Beretta Pico Debuted

The micro-sized, .380 Beretta Pico made its debut to an American market demanding smaller, more concealable pocket pistols.

American Hero Chris Kyle Honored

The wife of fallen American hero Chris Kyle gave a heart-wrenching speech that stole the show.

Daniel Defense Introduced the DDM4 ISR 300

The 300 Blackout cartridge found a new home in the Daniel Defense DDM4 ISR 300.

Blackhawk Gave Us Diversion Bags

The ability to hide in plain sight was now a possibility with Blackhawk's Diversion Bags.

Mauser M12 Came to America

Mauser announced their high quality German-manufactured M12 rifle would now be available to customers in the US.

The Sauer 101 Made its Debut

The Sauer 101 brought a new high-quality bolt action design to the American market.

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