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Hornady Precision Rifle Challenge 2020
It’s the second year of the Hornady Precision Rifle Challenge in the hills of Utah, an extraordinary venue for long range riflery, with competitors challenged by both distance and the Utah winds. Plus, first time training for some of the 5 million new gun owners at Royal Range in Nashville. The objective is to get them shooting safely when some have never before fired a personal defense handgun. Then, The Ma Duce is one of History’s Guns. And Julie Golob has a one box practice drill to keep you sharp when ammo is in short supply.
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!
USPSA Single Stack Nationals
This time it’s 1911’s in competition at the Classic Single Stack Nationals. It’s a throw-back to the origins of action shooting as conceived and taught by the founder, Jeff Cooper. Plus, The British rifle that enforced the empire at the turn of the century. The Martini-Henry is now one of History’s guns. Then the CMP Team Match is bringing friends and family to the range for the challenge of shooting out to 600 yards. And Mark Redl has a drill for you to speed your reloads, if you have the ammo.
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.
The World Speed Shooting Championship
The World Speed Shooting Championship is also known as the Steel Challenge. Draw and shoot five steel targets as fast of you can, with time in seconds as your score. We’ve called it drag racing with guns, and that is exactly what speed shooting is. We’re heading to Talladega, Alabama, for the action. Plus General Thompson’s Trench Broom, designed for World War I, that became a preferred choice in the roaring 20s on both sides of the law. And the little-known process of de-farbing that makes Civil War Re-enactors much more authentic.
The IDPA World Championship
The International Defensive Pistol Association holds their World Championships and it’s truly an international gathering of competitors at the CMP Talladega Park ranges. They’ve come from around the world to shoot scenarios designed to simulate real world situations when drawing from concealment is the way to stop the threats. Plus, the Heckler & Koch MP5 is still in service around the world, but is none-the-less a History’s Guns Icon and a Hollywood favorite choice for both sides of the law.
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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