Attendee Registration Now Open for 2014 SHOT Show

NSSF’s SHOT Show, the largest and most comprehensive trade show for all professionals involved with the shooting sports, hunting and law enforcement industries, is now accepting applications for its 2014 show. (Note: Media and Exhibitor registration will be available in the coming weeks).

Believe it or not, the show — Jan. 14-17 in Las Vegas — is just four months away. While registering, attendees can easily add State of the Industry Dinner tickets, enroll in SHOT Show University and sign up for other educational offerings.

Please remember that the SHOT Show requires individual unique email addresses for all attendees.

WHILE REGISTERING, RETAILERS CAN JOIN NSSF FOR AS LOW AS $50 . . . As a special SHOT Show promotion, NSSF retail/range memberships are as low as $50 for a limited time. Retailers can take advantage of this offer while registering for the show or by visiting In addition to all of NSSF’s retailer-specific benefits — including access to ATF compliance consulting, FFL Hotline, NSSF research and more — retailer members can take advantage of SHOT Show perks like access to the NSSF Members Lounge and Business Center at the show.
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4 Responses to “Attendee Registration Now Open for 2014 SHOT Show”

  1. Maree says:

    Hi, do you know when the media invites for this year’s show will be sent out? I am worried we will miss them. Thanks, Maree.

  2. Jim Schiefer says:

    Why is the Shot Show held in Harry Reid’s home state? Reid hates guns! Why not hold the Shot Show in a gun friendly state? I will not go to Las Vegas because of Harry Reid.

  3. Oldtrader3 says:

    Who raised the ticket price from $50 to $175? That is ridiculous for a trade show that is totally commercial!

  4. Tom says:

    The site has been telling me if we went last year we will be getting an email in September. September is almost over and stil no email. Is it still coming or do I need to go through the entire registration process again?

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