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Shooting USA - NRA Tactical Police Competition
Law enforcement officers compete in a multi-gun match that’s really street-smart training for today’s threats of mass shooting attacks. Plus, the double-action Colt Model of 1877, never as famous as the Peacemaker, but now one of History’s Guns. And Handgun Silhouette competition reaches out 500 meters, to rifle distances, at the World Championships.
Shooting USA - The USPSA Production Gun Nationals
The Factory Sponsored Professionals compete with the handguns anyone can buy. It’s the old NASCAR rule, “Win on Sunday, sell Guns on Monday.” For the pros, the Production Nationals is the most important competition of the year. Plus, the Savage auto-loading pistol that nearly beat the 1911. The Savage model of 1907 is now one of History’s Guns. And Colt celebrates 40 years at Gunsite with a look back to the history of Col. Jeff Cooper and his guns.
Shooting USA - The 20th Smith & Wesson Indoor Nationals
It’s the twentieth year of defensive pistol competition at Smith & Wesson and the 20th year anniversary of the founding of IDPA competition. In 20 years the self-defense sport has grown to be world-wide. Plus, the only multi-gun match on an active Army base, the Ft. Benning 3-Gun. And, the Remington 03-A3, the inexpensive version of the 1903 Springfield, is one of History’s Guns.
Shooting USA - Remington at 200
This time, The remarkable history of Remington at 200 years of continuous production for America. Its a story that begins with one young man who wanted a rifle in 1816. Eliphalet Remington II was about to launch a dynasty. Plus, we’re Talking Tech on the guns and cartridges of 1873 that would win the West. And red dot optics compete in the USPSA’s new national championship, the Carry Optics Division.
Shooting USA - STI Limited National Championships
This time, high capacity guns with iron sights in the STI Limited National Championship. Its high action at the Universal Shooting Academy in Florida where John Scoutten has our coverage, with analyst Tony Pignato. Plus, the British rifle imported by the Confederacy that introduced long range sniping to the battlefield. The Whitworth is now one of History’s Guns. And the best in the sport compete in Tennessee Bullseye.
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