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Hornady Precision Hunter Challenge
The challenge is for precision rifle shooters at distances only possible in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, with steel targets sized to simulate the vitals of western game animals. Plus, new hunting choices in ammo and firearms. And the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association welcomes today’s modern in-line muzzleloaders to test their skill in long range hunting competition. Byron Ferguson has an Impossible Shot you’ve never seen. And a Pro Tip from the Army Marksmanship Unit for hunters on Point Blank Zero.
CMP Talladega 600
Competition is back and so are the shooters for the Talladega 600. For the Civilian Marksmanship Program, it’s a Mini-Nationals named the Southern Classic. Then Adaptive Shooters gather to learn and shoot IDPA challenges at Trevor Baucom’s Adaptive Summit. Plus, The rarest of English sporting guns from the Doctor who loves shooting flint. Dr. Lewis Drake assembles a million dollar collection of rare guns for us, including one with an action you’ve likely never seen Then John’s got the newest reloading press from Hornady and Julie’s answering the question - how to shoot faster.
USPSA Single Stack Nationals
This time it’s 1911s 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 Florida State IDPA Championship
Florida is open and so is International Defensive Pistol Association competition at the Florida State Championships. Nearly 300 competitors show up at the Universal Shooting Academy ranges to shoot real-world challenges and contend for the state titles. Plus the story of the AK that is one of History’s Guns and is the most widely used assault rifle chosen by America’s Enemies. Then Colt announces the newest snake gun. The big one is back, the Anaconda. And James Jean has something totally impossible to show us, that’s not impossible for him.
Tennessee Cowboy Action
Get your big hat and strap on your six-guns for Tennessee Cowboy Action. SASS, the Single-Action Shooting Society, is among the most popular of the shooting sports, with regional, national, and international matches, all preserving the history of America’s Old West. And the Tennessee Championship hosts the largest number of competitors of any state match by offering world class competition with guns from the late 1800s. Then it’s more modern firearms on the line as new shooters team with more experienced riflemen to compete at the GAP Grind. And S&W Pro Shooter Julie Golob has a Pro Tip to boost your confidence and your aim with your new red-dot sight.
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 Deuce 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 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 Reenactors much more authentic.
USPSA Racegun Nationals
It’s highspeed pistol competition with open and limited guns at the USPSA Race Gun Nationals. Both divisions show the incredible evolution of John Browning original design for the 1911, to include high capacity magazines with 21 or more cartridges, plus optics and compensators for the Open Division guns. The enhancements add up to the fastest competition times for the competitors at the top of the sport. Plus, a profile of the new Shuemann Z company, continuing the tradition of machining the highest quality pistol barrels. Then, young Bunker Trap shooters are developing Olympic potential after developing their own Bunker Trap range. And, Julie has a Pro tip to help you shoot around cover.
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