We walked. We perused 12 ½ miles of firearms, firearm accessories, ammo, camo, optics, knives, clothing, footwear, blinds, treestands, game calls, taxidermy, crossbows - you get the idea. We looked at stuff until our faces had the stunned, quizzical expressions of dead perch. We wandered until we had no idea where we were. I used the compass on my smartphone to try to find an exit from one of the larger halls because I was dehydrated and beginning to giggle too much. Products ranged from training guns that shot marshmallows to belt-fed .50 cal heavy machine guns capable of 1100 rounds per minute. I thought I was okay until I wandered by Arsenal Arms, Booth 11225, and saw that they had welded two 1911 A-1 .45 ACPs together. That's right, one gun, two barrels, two magazines, and your choice of two triggers or two triggers that had been welded together into one trigger. The thing weighed 4 lbs. empty and could hold 16 rounds. Firing two 230-grain bullets at once, it could, according to Arsenal, stop a bull in its tracks. I'm guessing the inside-the-waistband holster for this pistol hasn't hit the streets yet. But trust me. It will soon.