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September - 11th
Shooting USA - The 2019 Steel Challenge
It’s drag racing with guns at the USPSA’s classic Steel Challenge. How fast can you draw and shoot five steel targets? The answer keeps getting faster and faster with new world records set each year. Plus, the story of the historic Colt-Peacemaker, the chamberings and the values of the first generation of the gun that won the west. Then an American success story as Armageddon Gear meets the needs of Military, LE and Competition Shooters. And Hornady explains their revolutionary technology in their new match grade A-Max bullets.
September - 18th
Shooting USA - Hornady Precision Rifle Challenge
For Deer Week, we’ve got precision rifle competition that’s exploring the new limits on ethical long range hunting. New developments in Scopes, Rifles, and particularly in Ammo are rewriting the book on competition and Western hunting. We’re in Utah to show you the results. Plus, the Enfield for snipers. Holland & Holland got the assignment to improve accuracy in the L42A1 that is now one of History’s guns. And, intensive training days, teaching competition at the Max Michel Pro Shooter Experience.
September - 25th
Shooting USA - The SCTP Nationals
It’s time for a personal best at the Scholastic Clay Target Nationals in Ohio, with thousands of youngsters participating in the most successful youth shooting program of all time. Plus, Hand building 1911s the old way at Les Baer Custom. It’s the same process developed by pistol smiths in the 1930s, still used to create exceptionally accurate handguns. Then, John and John Paul of JP Enterprises begin a rifle build-up for accuracy. And Colt Pro Shooter, Maggie Reese has a rifle Pro Tip on Grip and Stance for fast transitions.
October - 2nd
Shooting USA - Fort Benning Multigun Challenge - 2018
This time, The Army hosts 3-Gun Competition at the Fort Benning Multi-Gun Challenge. Then it’s the forgotten rifle of World War One that armed more dough-boys than any other. The Model of 1917 is one of History’s Guns. Plus, speed shooting family fun at the Rimfire Challenge World Championships, shooting steel with the world’s most popular cartridge. John and JP complete an accuracy build for an AR. And Julie Golob teaches the right grip for your pistol to increase speed and accuracy.
October - 9th
Shooting USA - College Bunker Trap
America’s Best College Shooters compete in the world’s version of Trap, with the winners moving up to the USA Shooting Junior Olympics Team. Then, the Japanese Nambu is one of History’s Guns. Plus, match coverage of the USPSA Factory Gun Nationals that proves the quality of the guns you can buy. Then two new factory Colts you can buy, The King Cobra in .357, and the Cobra Carry. And Colt Pro Shooter Mark Redl has a combo practice drill to improve your speed and accuracy.
October - 16th
Shooting USA - Bianchi Cup 2019
This time, the Bianchi Cup that’s still the most prestigious pistol match in the world with top shooters shooting a perfect match and the Cup awarded on X-Count. Plus, the story of the Historic ‘03 Springfield that armed Doughboys and carried on as the Sniper Rifle of WW-II. Then, Colt recalls the SOG Operators of Vietnam with the Granddaddy of the M-4, the historic XM177A2 Reissue. John tests the firepower of the Smith & Wesson 610 Revolvers, chambered in 10mm. And John Paul demonstrates Truing Your Scope, the basis of long-range accuracy.
October - 23rd
Shooting USA - FASTER in the Schools
We’re taking you inside the training program that has qualified more than 1,500 Ohio Teachers to carry every day in their schools. It’s a comprehensive training program with a final exam using air soft guns in a local high school. Chris Cerino is the primary instructor teaching techniques that enable a Good Guy Teacher to stop a bad guy with a gun. Plus the M-1 Carbine is now one of History’s Guns, Then John attends the USPSA Range Officer Academy to report on the training required to conduct a match. And Mark Redl demonstrates Tactical Reloads for speed in competition and personal defense.
October - 30th
Shooting USA - 2019 USPSA Multi-Gun
It’s the USPSA Multi-gun Nationals, where the open division shooters are taking speed to the next level for a chance at the national title with pistol, shotgun and rifle.- Plus, a World War Two gun that officially wasn’t a gun at all, but it’s now one of History’s Guns. NRA Members see what’s new in Indianapolis at the 2019 Annual Meeting. And Colt Pro-Shooter Mark Redl has a Pro-Tip to help improve your handgun accuracy at longer distances.
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