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Profense, a U.S. military contractor, shows off the M134 gun used by armed forces. Profense demonstrated the weapon Monday at SHOTShow’s industry day at Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club. Profense is not an exhibitor at the civilian- and law enforcement-focused tradeshow.
SHOTShow hosted an industry day at a range in Boder. About 200 companies exhibited and hundreds of people attended to try out the latest weapons. The show officially kicks off on Tuesday.