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April 13th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Welcome Back Randy
Julie Golob is your host as Randy Oitker returns to show off his Guinness Record and tell the story behind his eye injury that threatened his future as an exhibition pro shooter. Plus, Master Gunfighter, Cisko is racing through two targets with two shots at Impossible Speed.

April 20th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Sgt. Richmond’s Speed 8
US Army Marksman Josh Richmond is an Olympic competitor in Double Trap, but this week he honors one of the famous pro shooters who inspired him to take up the sport. Sergeant Richmond recreates one of Herb Parson’s exhibition shots from the 1950s, eight birds from the low house as fast as they can be thrown. But then he takes it up to Impossible, shooting from the hip. Julie Golob is your host for this edition of Impossible Shots.

April 27th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Byron’s Cards
Julie Golob hosts as Byron Ferguson attempts to cut cards with a broadhead. It’s all in the timing with a spinning arrow flying to make the cut on not just one card, but three, with a single arrow. Plus, a classic shot from the late Bob Munden, nicking a nickel, and then a dime off a target stand with a .45 caliber bullet.

May 4th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Byron’s Ping Pong
Julie Golob is your host as our Master of the Longbow, Byron Ferguson, challenges himself with smaller and smaller targets that also get farther and farther away.¬  Plus, from California, fast draw for record in stylish shoes. It‚Ä™s likely some kind of record.¬  And a Bob Munden classic shot from the archives. 200 yards with a S&W snubby.¬ 

May 11th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Jerry’s Wrong Rifle
Julie Golob hosts as her Smith & Wesson teammate, Jerry Miculek attempts a new Impossible Shot, but finds he’s not shooting his own familiar rifle. Turns out he’s got his daughter’s M&P 15. Will that derail the attempt? We’ll find out. Plus Mr. Flintlock, George Sutton, is planning on a classic challenge from the early frontier, lighting a match with a round-ball.

May 18th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Thread the Needle
This time, SSG Daniel Horner has combined with the Army Marksmanship Unit Gunsmiths to set up the ultimate Impossible Shot. One bullet shooting through two barrels to pop a balloon. It’s definitely threading the needle off-hand. Plus, Randy Oitker switches to a crossbow to set up his Annie Oakley, over the shoulder challenge. Julie Golob is your guide to some of the most amazing exhibition shots ever seen. 

May 25th

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - George the Card Cutter
George Sutton chooses the most common target for exhibition shooters Playing Cards. Mr. Flintlock says they’re handy, you can carry them in your pocket in case you need to perform a trick shot at the Supermarket. Then Micah McMillan chooses the next most common target - Golf Balls, but this time he’s intentionally missing with his shotgun and that turns out to be an Impossible Shot.  Julie Golob hosts this edition of Impossible Shots.

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Impossible Shots is the most watched series airing as a part of Outdoor Channel’s Wednesday Night At The Range program series for shooters and gun enthusiasts.

The series is a spin-off of the very popular segment, that has aired for 15 years as an element of the gun shows hosted by Jim Scoutten. 

Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots is now a complete show, covering the extraordinary and amazing skills of the world’s best professional Exhibition Shooters. What our team of professionals can do with six-gun, pistol, rifle, shotgun, and longbow would be impossible for anyone else to accomplish.




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