What’s New for the 2019 SHOT Show

We’ve added more exhibits, new education and greater opportunity to connect with professionals for the 2019 SHOT Show. Take a look at the things you need to know:

Attendee Badge Change

SHOT Show attendee badges will not be mailed. You will be able to pick-up badges at the Sands Expo and various hotels around Las Vegas. View pickup locations here.

Keynote Speech by Mike Rowe at State of the Industry

An addition to this year’s State of the Industry Reception will be a keynote speech by Mike Rowe. Best known as the “dirtiest man on TV,” a title he earned on the hit TV series Dirty Jobs, Mike also runs the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity that works to debunk myths about the skilled trades and help close the skills gap. Learn More.

Supplier Showcase Growing to 500 Exhibits

Open Monday & Tuesday, January 21 & 22, and now featuring more than 500 exhibits! If you use or produce tools, machinery, plastics, metal extrusions, fabrics, OE materials, fabrication, logistics, software, or other products and services for the shooting, hunting, outdoor and law enforcement industries, then SHOT Week's Supplier Showcase is your opportunity to connect with suppliers who can refine your production lines. Learn More.

New in Education: NTOA's Monday Session for Law Enforcement Agencies

A new standalone course for law enforcement agencies is being held on Monday, January 21. The National Tactical Officers Association will present a seminar that explores the most recent and relevant civil litigation cases that impact law enforcement operations.  Agencies will gain a better understanding of how to ensure their organizations have taken the steps necessary to ensure their decision making and subsequent operations are in the most defensible position possible. Learn More.

New in Education: Grant Workshop for FFLs and Law Enforcement

This highly informative discussion will cover the basics of law enforcement grants, how agencies should prepare for grant applications, the types of grants that most commonly fund police agencies, and the federal funding landscape for law enforcement in the current fiscal year. This workshop is part of the Retailer Seminars program. Learn More.

New in Education: Export Control Reform Training Sessions

NSSF and the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) are offering special training to help U.S. manufacturers and retailers better understand current regulations for export operations and how the new regulations need to be implemented. Sessions repeat throughout the day on Wednesday, January 23. All manufacturers, retailers or businesses who export outside of the U.S. will benefit from this critical training. Learn More.