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Wednesday 9:30 PM, 1:30 AM (Thurs)
Wednesday 8:30 PM, 12:30 AM (Thurs)
Wednesday 7:30 PM, 11:30 PM
Wednesday 6:30 PM, 10:30 PM
Shooting USA - The USPSA Optics Nationals
Race Guns, Carry Guns with red dots, and PCC, Pistol Caliber Carbines. They’re all now divisions in the USPSA Optics Nationals. John and Tony report the action and provide some of their own in the USPSA’s newest competition. Plus, Royal Range, the first five-star range in the country, built from an abandoned movie theater. And Todd Jarrett shows us home defense with a rifle.
Shooting USA - The Steel Challenge 2017
This time, it’s a new speed record at the Steel Challenge in California. The Pros take on banks of five steel targets in lightning fast rounds. Then, the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association hosts Youngsters for a weekend at Friendship to get them started with their first shots in the shooting sports. And we get our first shots with the big bore M&P 2.0 .45. Plus Ken Hackathorn is teaching home defense with your AR Rifle.
Shooting USA - Texas Varmint Benchrest
This time, it’s small varmints shot at long ranges. It’s precision shooting with benchrest rifles in the latest version of two traditional sports becoming a new challenge. And John tries the challenge of knocking down 1-MOA Coyotes with his Precision Rifle Gear. Plus, the Remington 700, is one of History’s Guns. And, families are competing together at the Rimfire Challenge World Championship.
Shooting USA - The Single Stack Nationals 2017
It’s classic 1911 competition at the Single Stack Nationals. The guns are stock appearing 1911s, charged by limited magazines, but the action is far from limited in Barry, Illinois. Plus, the Gatling and the doctor who thought his invention would end all wars. History shows It didn’t. And, a look back to our history in our 25th year, our visit with Colonel Jeff Cooper at Gunsite in 1996.
Shooting USA - Bianchi Cup 2017
John Scoutten and our favorite analyst, Julie Golob report the action from the world’s most prestigious shooting match, the Championship of NRA Action Pistol that’s better known as the Bianchi Cup. Then the odd-looking Broom handle Mauser is one of History’s Guns. Plus, the story of a sporting clays charity match in California that remembers fallen warriors while helping the relatives cope with the loss. And Julie has a Pro Tip on improving first shot speed in competition.
Shooting USA - Hornady’s Zombie 3-Gun
Once again Zombies invade Nebraska! But three gunners are ready to defend at Hornady’s Pandemic in the Heartland. Plus, Trevor Baucom leads wounded warriors into IDPA competition in the latest HAVA event for disabled veterans. Then, John’s got a new precision rifle and the new cartridge to fuel it, the fast and flat shooting 6mm Creedmoor. And from history, the one-and-done service rifle, the 30-40 Krag.
Shooting USA - Lucas Pistol Caliber Carbine
It’s a brand new sponsor, for a brand new match, on a brand new range. Lucas Oil is now sponsoring Gun Racing with the Championship of Pistol Caliber Carbine action shooting. John Scoutten and Tony Pignato both shoot the match and report the action, as the best in the sport compete for $10,000 in prize money. Plus the last of the British Enfields, the Jungle Carbine, is now one of History’s Guns. And from our 25 years of Television history, we’re bringing back Jerry Miculek’s world records set 14 years ago in 2003.
Shooting USA - Vintage Sniper Competition
This time, Historic Rifles are on the firing line. It’s the Vintage Sniper Match in Talladega for collectors competing with classic rifles and historically accurate scopes from the two World Wars. Plus, John welcomes a new rifle shooter as his Amateur for the Bushnell GAP Grind Precision Rifle Challenge. And, the Remington Rolling Block is now one of History’s Guns.
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