The 2019 NASGW Expo In Orlando, FL

NASGW’s 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo will be held at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando on October 22nd - 25th. Mark your calendars to join us in Orlando.

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The Benefits of Two-Step Distribution

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The 2019 NASGW Expo In Orlando, FL

NASGW’s 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo will be held at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando on October 22nd - 25th. Mark your calendars to join us in Orlando.

Introducing SCOPE™

Welcome to the largest source of shooting sports sales and inventory data. To learn how SCOPE™ can help your business make calculated and informed decisions visit the SCOPE™ website.

The Benefits of Two-Step Distribution

See why two-step distribution is the best way to get products in the hands of consumers in the shooting sports industry.


Recent News

I want to start this month’s column by offering a hearty thank you to everyone who joined us in Pittsburgh for the NASGW Annual Meeting and Expo. We had another super-successful show and feedback has been very positive. The show is very busy but I always try to walk the floor a few times to say thank you to all of our exhibitors and get their feedback. But if I missed you, or if you haven’t yet had a chance to tell us your thoughts, we’ve included a link in this InSight where you can do so. Let us know what we can do to make the Expo better moving forward.

President's Message:  Thank You for Supporting the 2018 NASGW Expo

Nov 13, 2018

I want to start this month’s column by offering a hearty thank you to everyone who joined us in Pittsburgh for the NASGW Annual Meeting and Expo. We had another super-successful show and f...

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It is sometimes said, if the firearm were invented today, it would be required by law to have a muffler. Today we understand the risk of noise-induced hearing loss much better than ever before. “Hearing loss affects more than 28 million Americans, including more than half of those over age 75. Hearing problems—including tinnitus, which is a ringing, buzzing, or another type of noise that originates in the head—are by far the most prevalent service-connected disability among American Veterans.”[1] In the shooting community, we’ve frequently heard that suppressed gunfire that is below 140dB is considered “hearing safe.” How was this threshold derived? First off, in actuality, we would be wise to avoid the term “hearing safe” and instead use “hearing safer.”

The Scientific Case for Suppressors

Oct 27, 2018

It is sometimes said, if the firearm were invented today, it would be required by law to have a muffler. Today we understand the risk of noise-induced hearing loss much better than ever be...

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