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Shooting USA - Fort Benning Three Gun
The Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning hosts civilians for combat shooting with three guns. It’s the Fort Benning 3-Gun Challenge that gets close to simulating combat in the field. Plus, the British Rifle by Enfield that’s got a German name. The Brunswick is one of History’s Guns. And Winter Range in the Desert brings the next generation into Cowboy Shooting.
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 15 years ago in 2003.
Shooting USA - The Iron Sights Nationals
This time, high-capacity guns and handguns direct from the factory compete at the Iron Sights Nationals. It’s the top competitors in the Limited Division and the Production Division shooting for national titles in USPSA competition. Then the Walther P-38 is one of History’s Guns. Plus, Comp-Tac brings holsters out of the garage to be number one in IDPA. It’s a company profile from Houston. And, we’re Talking Tech, defining MOA and what you get in accuracy with a rifle guarantee.
Shooting USA - Precision Rifle at The Brawl in Texas
It’s long range shooting on the clock and under duress. That’s the challenge for riflemen at the Brawl in Texas with shots out to 1,000 yards. Plus, the John Browning pistol that went to war on the other side. The Model of 1922 armed armies across Europe, including the Germans in World War Two. Then Colt brings back an icon from Vietnam, the M16A1 Reissue is History remembered, that’s now for sale in limited production. And Julie Golob is ready to help solve your slide operating issues in a Pro Tip.
Shooting USA - Cowboy Fast Draw Championship
It’s the shootout sport that Hollywood created, the Cowboy Fast Draw World Championship from Fallon, Nevada, with the best who can draw and thumb their single actions in a fraction of a second. Plus, Honored American Veterans Afield celebrates 10 years of helping wounded vets get back to the range. And Savage Arms introduces the Accufit Kit to match you to your best shooting position.
Shooting USA - 1,000 Yard Benchrest
Thousand Yard Benchrest is competition with unlimited guns you won’t believe. They’re handmade and can weigh as much as 100 pounds. And there are two ways to score for record when you can master the wind. Plus, the NRA meets in Dallas with thousands of new members joining to support the 2nd Amendment and see the new guns and gear being introduced for this year. And John Browning’s Colt Woodsman, the .22 autoloader that dominated first gun sales for most of the 20th century, is now a collectible and one of History’s Guns.
Shooting USA - Rimfire Challenge World Championship
This time it’s the Rimfire Challenge World Championship, with top competitors and a family friendly welcome. The NSSF promotes the all-steel speed challenge to get new shooters started in competition, but there are also world titles to be won. Plus, police officers are going to school at the historic Smith & Wesson Academy in Springfield, MA. They’re learning both tactics and gun maintenance to support their departments back home. Then Hornady introduces an effective round for suppressors that doesn’t create a sonic boom. And Julie Golob has a pro tip on what you’ve forgotten to practice.
Shooting USA - The International Revolver Championship
It’s wheel guns only in competition at the International Revolver Championship for the competitors who still choose the simplicity and reliability of the classic revolver. It’s speed shooting for time and accuracy while reloading a six shooter or an eight shooter. Plus, the history of the Scout Rifle concept that actually began with the Germans in World War Two. Then, Nashville fills up with Turkey Hunters at the NWTF convention. Plus, the most accurate of the 10mm 1911s, the new Hunter 6-inch from Les Baer Custom. And a final look back in honor of the late Michael Voigt. His Pro Tip on Multi-gun shooting from 2004.
Shooting USA - Bushnell Precision Rifle
This time, the Pros help the Amateurs take on the challenges of Precision Rifle Shooting at the GAP Grind. Then the CMP Goes West to the Desert for their Western Games. Savage introduces two new rifles chambered for 6.5 Creedmoor, one is a bolt action and one an MSR. And, Julie Golob is using lasers to help diagnose and cure your handgun shooting mistakes.
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