The Shooting USA Hour on Wednesdays:
AIR TIMES BY TIME ZONE
Eastern Time - 9:00 PM, 12:30 AM, 3:00 AM (Thurs)
Central Time - 8:00 PM, 11:30 PM, 2:00 AM (Thurs)
Mountain Time - 7:00 PM, 10:30 PM, 1:00 AM (Thurs)
Pacific Time - 6:00 PM, 9:30 PM, Midnight
Shooting USA - The Pistol Pro-Am
It’s the pistol match created for TV. Falling steel, par times, and cash skins for the Pro Shooters in the Pistol Pro-Am from Florida. Plus, the Spencer Carbine, one of the first repeaters and one of History’s Guns. And the CMP opens the most advanced shooting sports park in the world to advance the mission assigned by congress, promoting marksmanship for civilians.
Shooting USA - The PALMA Long Range World Championship
Your first chance ever to see the world’s oldest continuing rifle match. The PALMA World Championship is in the USA for the first time in 23 years and won’t return for another 28 years. It’s team competition at 800, 900 and 1,000 yards in the most unusual match you’ve likely ever seen. Plus, the British Sea Service pistol is one of History’s Guns. And, Hornady’s discovery brings a breakthrough in accuracy.
Shooting USA - IPSC Tactical Shotgun
This time it’s fast-action shot-gunning at the IPSC Tactical Shotgun Championship in Kentucky. Plus, the rifle German paratroopers took to the battlefields during World War Two. The rare FG-42 is now one of History’s Guns. And, it’s back to school with the Master of the Longbow, to learn to shoot targets out of the air.
Shooting USA - Generation Three Gun Match
It’s a multi-gun match for the juniors that is also a fund-raiser to help pave the way for new shooters to enter the sport. Generation Three Gun is the organization working to expand participation for the next generation. Plus, the English Eight Bore, the black powder solution in the 1800s for Professional Hunters and Gentlemen on Safari. And, the appeal of traditional archery, when you begin by making your own bow.
Shooting USA - The NRA in Louisville
80,000 NRA Members gather in Louisville for the 145th Annual Meeting. It’s a huge celebration of the Second Amendment and this time there’s major political news. And, a surprising number of new guns being announced. Plus, the story of the “Dick Special”, the Colt Detective Special, that’s now one of History’s Guns. And hundreds of college students spend their Spring Break in Alabama competing in the College Pistol Nationals.
Shooting USA - Fast Draw World Championship
Thanks to Hollywood, Fast Draw competition is thriving, now in the 60th year. The Cowboy Fast Draw Association hosts the annual shoot out to find the Fastest Gun Alive. Plus, Youngsters shooting steel. It’s organized plinking for speed as the Scholastic Pistol Program expands to more and more teams participating. And the Mannlicher 95 is now one of History’s Guns.
Shooting USA - The Single Stack Nationals
It’s classic pistol competition as Col. Jeff Cooper first created the combat sport. 400 USPSA members compete in Barry, Illinois with single-stack 1911’s, in the biggest championship competition of the year. Plus the history of John Browning’s 1911 that is clearly of History’s most famous Guns. And the little known museum in Alabama with the 8,000 weapons collected by one man who had been an American spy in World War Two.
Shooting USA - Bushnell GAP Grind Pro-Am
The GAP Grind Pro-Am opens one of the most intimidating competitions to new shooters. It’s long range Precision Rifle competition in Tennessee, with John now considered an experienced Pro, helping a new shooter compete. Plus, Japan’s historic, yet unreliable revolver is one of History’s Guns. And juniors are breaking a lot of clays at the SCTP Nationals.
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