One of my biggest surprises at last year’s show was the SHERP…so great to see it again!
Extreme off-grid appeared to be a theme with vehicles at the show
Love the old-school KC lights
But the heating system housed in a Pelican case was even more impressive
Now that’s old school
For the ultimate protection
If you need to load-out your truck, Tasmanian Tiger has just the thing
The OPP had a Zodiac boat at the Toronto Boat Show…this time a Boston Whaler
Or if you prefer to travel under your own power, lots of SUP and paddleboards at the show
And now a special shout-out to some of the organizations that promote our sport/lifestyle.
Just Hunt promoting the sport to women
I love balaclavas
Thanks to Amanda Lynn Mayhew for autographing a hat for my Mother’s partner. They watch her show all the time.
And last but certainly not least the CCFR, thanks to Rod and Tracey for all you do.
I picked up a nice new shirt
Morgy and Rod
Morgy and Tracey
And with the rest of the crew
My haul from the show
Once again, a fantastic show! I spoke with a few of the exhibitors and the consensus was that the show was very well organized (better than past shows in fact). It was also bigger than last year’s show with nearly 300 exhibitors covering a larger space.
I was super happy to see the increased presence of firearms, notably O’Dell and Wolverine, as well as in TSS communications/social media posts. Also good to see more “tactical” gear, e.g. Hudson and Army Issue Surplus. I found that the previous management focused too much on fishing, kids, and dogs and I really like the new direction.
Now I wonder if I could fire those B&Ts while wearing those giant fur gloves…
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