The Precision Guided Firearm
The Precision Guided Firearm from TrackingPoint combines a rifle with and electronically controlled trigger with a television scope. It won't allow you to fire until the reticle is aligned with a laser-designated spot. I made a first-round hit with it at 960 yards.
Winchester's new .17 rimfire cartridge
Winchester's new .17 rimfire cartridge uses a .27 cal. case originally designed for stud-driving tools. It will drive a 20-grain bullet at 3000 fps.
The Redring is an holographic sight intended for shotguns. It will attach to most ventilated ribs and, as the name implies, projects a red ring into the aiming area. It took a couple shots to get used to it, but I seeon was hitting reliably with it.
The Mk-16 Jager Karabiner
The Mk-16 Jager Karabiner from S.W.O.R.D. International has a very hefty receiver machined from bar stock. If you like a chunky look, this is your rifle.
.22 TCM cartridge
Armscor has adapted its .22 TCM cartridge developed for the 1911 to this handy bolt-action rifle. It provides .22 Hornet ballistics from a cartridge little longer than a .22 Mag.
SIG's new suppressor
SIG's new suppressor is 2 inches at the front, just 1.5 inches at the back. This allows it to fit inside the front of many handguards while providing a large expansion chamber for propellant gases.
.17 HMR bolt gun
Anschutz showed a .17 HMR bolt gun that uses a biathlon-style straight-pull bolt mechanism. Operation was fast and smooth.