Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - The Best of Speed Rifle Smith & Wesson Pro Jerry Miculek loves getting new guns. This time Jerry's picked up a M&P 15-22 and breaks it in the only way he can, with blistering speed and incredible accuracy. Plus, Fast Draw Champion Cisko just wants to shoot like everyone else on the Impossible Shots Pro Team, so he dumps the wax bullets to load up with live ammo. It’s fast-draw action with flying lead.
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - High Speed Aerials Byron Ferguson shows us his most popular shots. Shooting wood disks, plastic balls, and life savers out of the air with his longbow; but this time you’ll see everything in super slow-motion with a high speed camera. Then Byron goes for the Impossible Shot, powdering an aspirin in the air. Plus Master Gunfighter Cisko tries fast draw action in the dark. See how fast Cisko can shoot when the lights go out.
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - 600 Yards of Bob There's an old Montana legend about a cowboy shooting a deer at 600 yards with a handgun. Bob Munden looks to prove it’s true in a Classic Shot, 600 yards with a Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum on a steel target. And Mr. Flintlock is working on his favorite exhibition shot, cutting cards. The question is, how many can he cut with a single shot?
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Veteran’s Day Encore - The Old Sniper To honor all our Veterans, we return one WW-2 Sniper from the Battle of the Bulge to Fort Benning in Georgia to help him make a dream shot he couldn’t imagine in 1943, a head shot at 1,000 yards. He’ll have the help of the Army’s top team of snipers and their rifle to attempt the shot. It’s an encore performance that will leave you amazed.
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Taran From the Hip This time it's a trip to Hollywood California and the home range of Pro Shooter, Taran Butler. Anytime we work with Taran, we never know who might show up and throw some lead down range. This time its Josh Duhamel, star of the Transformers movies, tuning-up his gun handling for his next film. Then it's Taran's turn. His Impossible Shot is fast-draw, with his production Glock, at speeds you will not believe!
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots - Remembering Tom Knapp We remember our late friend Tom Knapp, who died far too early at the age of 62. But we have Tom and his world record from our archives, talking about his life, his philosophy, and his work to become the best known exhibition shooter in the 21st century. And we'll hear from Tom's friends and those he influenced in his shooting career.
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.