Ryle Bowman talks about the more interesting items he saw at ShotShow 2020 and items the instructor may be interested in.
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Links to products Ryle talks about:
– Sig P210 carry
– Sig P320 10mm
– Culper Precision Atomic 6 Pistol
– Shadow Systems MR918
– Holosun 407K and 507K
– Bishop Firearms – Bishop 475 Short Magnum
– Walther Q4SF
– Springfield XDM Elite
– Mossberg MC2c
– SCCY DVG1
– Glock 44
– Sig P320 SIRT pistol
– Mantis X2
Books Riley is reading:
– The Terminal List by Jack Carr
– Violence of Mind by Varg Freeborn
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