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Tuesdays & Wednesdays:
Tuesday 3:00PM, Wednesday 9:30 PM, 1:00 AM
Tuesday 2:00 PM, Wednesday 8:30 PM, Midnight
Tuesday 1:00 PM, Wednesday 7:30 PM, 11:00 PM
Tuesday Noon, Wednesday 6:30 PM, 10:00 PM
March 14th & 15th
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 to the Bushnell GAP Grind Precision Rifle Challenge. And, the Remington Rolling Block is now one of History’s Guns.
March 21st & 22nd
Shooting USA - Hornady’s Pandemic in the Heartland
It’s happening again! Zombies are invading Nebraska! It’s Hornady’s Pandemic in the Heartland that’s become a tradition in five years of competition and weekend fun. Plus, the Model One, the first successful firearm from Smith & Wesson, is now one of History’s Guns. And the Les Baer Custom Ladies Pistol Team celebrates 20 years of shooting competition at Camp Perry.
March 28th & 29th
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.
April 4th & 5th
Shooting USA - The 2017 SHOT Show
We’re inside the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas with a record number of Dealers and Buyers discovering the hot new items that will make news this year. Plus, a profile of the man named SHOT Business Person of the Year, who created an entire new category of sighting 25 years ago. And we’re taking you inside S&W to see the production of the new M&P 2.0. It’s the process you’ve never seen before.
April 11th & 12th
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.
April 18th & 19th
Shooting USA - International Revolver Championship 2016
It’s the action shooting competition for wheel guns only at the International Revolver Championship. The annual match brings out the best of the revolver enthusiasts to compete on challenging stages of fire at the Universal Shooting Academy in Florida. Plus, the Remington New Army, the other cavalry arm for the Union, is one of History’s Guns. And thousands of hunters flock to Nashville for the NWTF annual convention.
April 25th & 26th
Shooting USA - Remington at 200
This time, The remarkable history of Remington at 200 years of continuous production for America. It’s 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.
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