Tons of New Goods From Lyman Products: SHOT Show 2018

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Whoops! Two months later and I just stumbled across these photos from my visit to the Lyman Products booth at SHOW Show 2018. They have a ridiculous number of new products coming out this year, all of which you can see by downloading the new products catalog here (and find over 200 of which on Brownells here). From SHOT, here are photos of many that stood out to me from their seven brands . . .

Squeeze the grip, and…a pinky extension flips out . . .

MSR ammo checker box.

MSR loading die kits.

Under the Pachmayr brand, they’re making G10 grips for dozens of models of pistols and revolvers.

Lots of shotgun parts and accessories from Tac-Star.

Lyman has everything the reloader needs from start to finish, from case cleaning and prep to sizing, measuring, loading, checking, and more.

X-Block Gunsmith Bench Block. Sure beats the old hockey puck with two holes drilled in it that I use.

TTAG has some of the new-for-2018 Lyman Products products on the way for review. Stay tuned.

comments

  1. avatar Ed Schrade says:

    My problem with the oversized grips is that they get in the way of a speed loader.

  2. avatar Alex Waits says:

    Dang, seems lyman turn’t it up to 11.

    1. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

      No sh!t.
      There are several things I’m gonna buy.

  3. avatar ironicatbest says:

    Yes, definitely a reloader, once I get financialy caught up. Two years ago my house burned to the ground and a lot of stuff wasn’t insured.

  4. avatar CS says:

    Whats with the Lancer M-Lok handguards they are offering or you featured?

    1. avatar Jeremy S. says:

      Those are not Lancer. They’re TacStar. Check out that link to the new products catalog for more info.

      1. avatar CS says:

        The barrel mount and overall design almost mirror that of Lancer who did make a private label carbon fiber m-lok rail for Faxon

        1. avatar CS says:

          They’ve also done some private label work for Sig too.

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