It’s a carnival of fun at Smith & Wesson, as the stages at the IDPA Indoor Nationals get even more creative. Plus, we’re discovering history inside the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s depot.
It’s classic wheel gun competition at the Smith & Wesson Revolver Nationals at PASA Park, in Barry, Illinois. Plus, the L42A1 is one of History’s Guns. And, how an IDPA club expands, on the cheap.
It’s gun racing on historic targets at the World Speed Shooting Championship in California. Plus, Colt reveals new products for 2017 at SHOT Show, including a period-correct M16A1.
Competitors at the Bianchi Cup must shoot the four stages of fire twice! It’s a new challenge at the NRA Action Pistol Championship. Plus, the movie guns from the film, American Sniper.
It’s the only pistol, rifle, and shotgun challenge held on an active duty Army Base. Plus, the M14 is one of History’s Guns. And Todd Jarrett shows us real world rifle training.
High-capacity pistols compete at the STI Limited Nationals. Plus, top shooters compete in NRA Bullseye. And, options for the new Pistol Caliber Carbine division in competition.
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots meets new audience on the Sportsman Channel on Thursdays, beginning December 29 at 6:30 p.m. ET.
It’s a carnival at the IDPA Indoor Nationals in Massachusetts. Plus, we’re discovering history inside the Civilian Marksmanship Program, and building M1 Garands that could be yours.
Remington celebrates 200 years of continuous production for America. Plus, we’re Talking Tech on the guns and cartridges of 1873 that would win the West. And, red dot optics now compete in the USPSA.
Precision Rifle Shooters take long shots in the Texas wind at the Bushnell Brawl. Plus, the Deane, Adams and Deane is one of History’s Guns. Tune in to Shooting USA on Outdoor Channel.
Only factory-built guns can compete at the USPSA Production Nationals. Plus, Gunsite Academy celebrates 40 years of firearms training. And, the Savage Model of 1907 is one of History’s Guns.
It’s the only pistol, rifle, and shotgun challenge held on an active duty Army Base at Fort Benning. Plus, the M14 is one of History’s Guns. And Todd Jarrett shows us a unique rifle training tip.
Local and federal law enforcement officers compete at the NRA Tactical Police Competition in Virginia. Plus, the history of the Colt Model of 1877. And Handgun Silhouette reaches out to 500 meters.
It’s drag-racing on steel at the Steel Challenge in Florida. Plus, the historic Luger is one of History’s Guns. And a young couple picks out their first home defense firearm in Gun Matchmaker.
More than 80,000 NRA Members gather in Louisville for the 145th Annual Meeting. Plus, the snub-nose Dick Special, is one of History’s Guns. And dozens of students ring steel at the College Nationals.
Zombies invade Nebraska at Hornady’s Pandemic in the Heartland multi-gun match. Plus, the Les Baer Ladies Team celebrates a milestone. And the Colt Delta Elite and 10mm cartridge make a comeback.
It’s classic wheel gun competition at the Smith & Wesson Revolver Nationals. Plus, the story of the British sniper rifle, the L42A1. And the secret to success for a small gun club in Delaware.
It’s the match limited to the guns people actually carry. Small autoloaders and five-shot revolvers compete. Plus, the Single Action Army, one of History’s Guns. And Colt relaunches the company.
This is the year the world’s most prestigious handgun championship becomes twice as difficult. John Scoutten and Julie Golob cover the action from the NRA Bianchi Cup.
Top shooters in the country compete at the USPSA Handgun Nationals. Plus, zombies invade Hornady’s 3-Gun Match in Nebraska. And, Veterans and their families are honored at HAVA’s Family Range Day.
The GAP Grind Pro-Am opens one of the most intimidating competitions to new shooters. Plus, Japan’s Type 26 revolver, one of History’s Guns. And juniors break clays at the SCTP National Championships
The IPSC Tactical Shotgun Championship in Kentucky challenges shooters with a variety of targets, run-and-gun courses of fire, and more than one type of ammunition.
The world’s oldest continuing rifle match, the PALMA Long Range World Championship is in the USA for the first time in 23 years. Nearly a dozen countries compete at Camp Perry for the prized trophy.
Shooting USA goes west for the World Championship at End of Trail. Hundreds of men and women from across the globe dress up like Hollywood’s version of the Old West and compete in New Mexico.
The fastest practical shooters race at the USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals in Las Vegas. Plus, the Terry Carbine is one of History’s Guns. And juniors compete at the Army’s Air Rifle National Championship.