This Week: Jerry Miculek Takes on the Sub-Gun Challenge. And Playing Army with your new AR-15.
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots – The Uzi Challenge
Pro shooter Jerry Miculek tries to out-run a full-auto sub-machine gun with his 1911 pistol. Then Mr. Flintlock, George Sutton is splitting miniature playing cards. And Bob Munden puts down his six guns and picks up a slingshot for his impossible shot. Brian Speciale reports the stories of the world’s best exhibition shooters and their amazing feats of marksmanship.
Shooting USA – USAMU Three Gun at Fort Benning
This time civilians are playing army in combat simulations for the most realistic Three Gun competition of the year. And the Army is using the event to help teach soldiers. It’s the Army Marksmanship Unit’s Three Gun match from Fort Benning, Georgia. More Info…
Sighting In With Shooting USA – Open Division Shotguns / Monterey Gang Task Force
First John is Sighting In on Open Division shotguns and the new trends to compete faster. Then we’re on the streets with the members of the Monterey County Gang Task Force in California’s version of paradise. Brian Speciale reports on the unit, their training and their assignment to control the dangerous gangs of California’s tourist mecca. More Info…
Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots by time zone:
- Eastern Time:7:00 PM, 11:30PM, 2:00 AM (Thursday)
- Central Time:6:00 PM, 10:30PM, 1:00 AM (Thursday)
- Mountain Time: 5:00 PM, 9:30PM,12:00 Midnight
- Pacific Time:4:00 PM, 8:30PM, 11:00 PM
The Shooting USA Hour Block
Eastern Time:4:30 PM, 8:30 PM, 12:30 AM
Central Time:3:30 PM, 7:30 PM, 11:30 PM
Mountain Time:2:30 PM, 6:30 PM, 10:30 PM
Pacific Time:1:30 PM, 5:30 PM, 9:30 PM
Be there for 90 minutes of gun stories Wednesday on Outdoor Channel
We’re Famous in South America:
Some of you have been seeing close caption subtitles in Spanish over our shows. That’s because Shooting USA is international, with the distribution of Outdoor Channel Programming in Mexico and South America. The Spanish Sub-titles are on the second close captioning channel on your TV set. If you’re seeing Spanish, it’s because your set is switched to CC-2. But there wasn’t anything there until recently. If you’re seeing Spanish, punch the CC button on your remote until your set says Close Captioning is off.
Jim – www.ShootingUSA.com