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August 5th

The Rimfire Challenge World Championships - 2019
It’s the fastest organized form of plinking with .22 Rimfire, shooting steel plates for time. And once again the youngsters turn out to be the fast ones in the Rimfire Challenge World Championships. Plus, we’re presenting many of the new products that were to be announced at the NRA Annual Meeting and Show. John Scoutten won the coin toss so he’s at our private range for shooting tests of new guns. Jim Scoutten is social distancing in the gun room with more new products that you were supposed to see in person in Nashville before then NRA event was cancelled.
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August 12th

The Armageddon Gear AG Cup
It's a special edition of Shooting USA, a full hour devoted to the inaugural Armageddon Gear AG Cup. Twenty of the best precision rifle marksmen have been invited to the Arena Training Facility for a two day event to find out who is the best. There’’s a total of forty-one thousand dollars in prize money at stake, with the overall match winner guaranteed twenty thousand in cash!
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August 19th

Cowboy Fast Draw World Championship
The game is Single Action Fast Draw, as near as we come in the 21st century to the OK Corral. 300 Gunfighters mosey into Fallon, Nevada, dressed to reflect their cowboy alias, and ready to draw and shoot wax bullets from Old West holsters. The winning results are speeds down to a third of a second. Plus, John shoots and reports the new IDPA Pistol Caliber Carbine National match at Talladega. The Uzi is historic full auto fire. And Colt introduces the return of the Python.
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August 26th

The Hornady 6mm ARC
It’s the newest and most effective new cartridge for the AR-15 platform, the Hornady 6mm ARC - Advanced Rifle Cartridge. Plus the Smith & Wesson pressed into service in World War Two -  the .45 Victory is now one of History’s Guns. Then an update on our US Shooting Team Members who were training for peak performance at the Tokyo Olympics, who now have a year to wait. James Jean serves up an Archery Impossible Shot. And the Army Marksmanship Unit offers advice and their experience on traveling with guns.
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September 2nd

USPSA Production Nationals
This time, nothing exotic, just out of the box factory guns shooting for the titles in the USPSA Production Nationals. It’s win on Sunday, sell on Monday competition for the top Pros and their gun company sponsors. Plus, Turkey Hunters hunt new gear in Nashville at the annual NWTF Convention. Speed Shooting Champ BJ Norris tries for an Impossible Shot in the spirit of Ed McGivern and Jerry Miculek. And, Daisy realizes Ralphie is all grown up.
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September 9th

All Army Small Arms Championship
This time, it’s Army Small Arms competition with rack issue carbines and pistols that’s open to active duty, guard, reserve and cadets, to keep battlefield skills sharp. The Army Marksmanship Unit hosts the challenges on the ranges at Fort Benning. Plus, the big guns, Dirty Harry's Model 29. And, then the .500 S&W Magnum and the Lever Carbine chambering the .500 for even more power in the woods. Mark Redl has a Colt Pro Tip on shooting and moving and John’s explaining all you need to know to go gun racing in the Steel Challenge.
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September 16th

Hornady Precision Hunter Challenge
The challenge is for precision rifle shooters at distances only possible in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, with steel targets sized to simulate the vitals of western game animals. Plus, new hunting choices in ammo and firearms. And the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association welcomes today’s modern in-line muzzleloaders to test their skill in long range hunting competition. Byron Ferguson has an Impossible Shot you’ve never seen. And a Pro Tip from the Army Marksmanship Unit for hunters on Point Blank Zero.
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September 23rd

The History of US Service Rifles
The Trapdoor was the first cartridge firing service rifle that was much faster to use than the cap and ball rifles it replaced. But oddly rapid fire was not the original priority. But the Trapdoor was the beginning of the evolution to better and faster to cycle service rifles adopted over the next 100 years, that most often put superior firepower in the hands of US troops as they served in two World Wars, Korea, and into Vietnam. Plus the Smith & Wesson from World War Two that’s now one of History’s Guns. And the first of a new series of Pro Tips from the Army Marksmanship Unit.
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September 30th

The USPSA Pistol Caliber Carbine Nationals
It is the fastest growing division in action shooting. PCC is scored on speed and accuracy on the handgun targets used in practical shooting, but employing AR derivatives chambered for pistol cartridges, most often 9mm. Plus, searching and finding Civil War History buried in the ground in Tennessee and in the rivers that flowed through the battlefields dividing blue and gray. Then the first upgrade for 007 that’s still a top choice for personal protection. The Walther PPK is one of History’s Guns. And a Pro Tip from the Army Marksmanship Unit to get you started right in traditional Bullseye competition.  


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