Across the street from the NRA show, Jon Patton of The Gun Collective (TGC) put together and emceed a great event. Left to right we have Josh from Four Guys Guns, Shawn from We Like Shooting, Tim from Military Arms Channel, 22Plinkster, Chad and Eric from IraqVeteran8888, and Zeke from Sonoran Desert Institute. Two products immediately popped into my mind — Jon, you need a blogger on the panel next time! The panelists were great sports and are all really funny, nice guys except for the one (he knows who he is). All the shirts and stuff you see in front of the panelists in that first photo were thrown into the audience (or at the audience, depending on it you saw the shirt coming or not), and every person who asked a question of the panel got serious goods.

He lives in Eastern WA not far from N'Idaho, where he does most of his shooting and testing. Eventually Jon cut the questions off after three hours so everyone could get back to the show.
The Gun Collective is rapidly gaining a following for being straightforward and honest, like TTAG, so Patton didn’t hold back.
Handguards and magazines from Lancer Systems, a night vision optic (on the dummy head in front of Tim in that first photo), Falkor Defense GLOCK magazine extensions, muzzle brakes, and charging handles, holsters from a few manufacturers, flashlights, a TGC custom Benchmade knife, parts from Kinetic Development Group including a handguard, a handguard from Manicore Arms, ammunition from Lehigh Defense and CCI, slings and accessories from Boxer Tactical, a bunch of binary target explosive kits (600 lbs in total!) from US Chemical Supply, patches and stickers from Patriot Patch Co, a Hornady turret reloading press (courtesy SDI), those really cool wooden flags from Jordan Cove Co., a training marker conversion kit from UTM (donated by MTAC Training in IN), and more. Jeremy strives to collect objective data whenever possible, and looks to write accurate reviews that reflect the true user experience.

Those in attendance certainly learned a lot about some of their favorite gun guy personalities and about the industry.
Another panelist shared that they’ve played with a handful of UTAS UTS-15 shotguns and have never encountered a reliable one.
Nods all around, and a conclusion that it’s a fine toy but not suited for defensive use.

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