‘3-Gun Nation’ Heads to Texas

World War II battle reenactment
A World War II battle reenactment lit up the crowd of competitors and spectators. Image: Vincent Pascoe
3-Gun Nation
3-Gun Nation

USA –-(Ammoland.com)- This week on “3-Gun Nation,” the FNH USA 3GN Pro Series Tour, presented by Federal Premium, heads to Austin, Texas and the Best of the West Range for the Texas Multigun Championships.

Watch as this elite field takes on the blistering-fast courses of fire in Texas.

Eight coveted slots in the 3GN Pro Series Shoot-Off are on the line, with $10,000 in cash payouts, including $5,000 to the winner, sponsored by SureFire. Also up for grabs are 3GN Pro Series points, where the top 30 competitors at the end of the season will qualify for the 3GN Championship to take their shot at bringing home the grand prize, $50,000, sponsored in part by Leupold Tactical Optics.

See how the competitors rebound from the inaugural 3GN Pro Series match in Florida, where Keith Garcia knocked off Daniel Horner in dramatic fashion on the last stage of the match. This time around, more stages wait to challenge the competitors, as do three days of battling an unrelenting Texas wind and one of the deepest fields seen anywhere.

See 3-gun action like nowhere else as caught by 3GN’s spectacular slow-motion footage. As a bonus, you won’t want to miss slow-motion coverage of the Living History Department of The Pacific War Museum reenactment, featuring flame throwers, Thompson submachine guns and much more.

Trip McIngvale
Trip McIngvale takes on a bank of 3GN Pro Series cardboard targets from behind a “downed fighter plane.”
Stag Arms' Kalani Laker
Stag Arms' Kalani Laker put together a solid match, culminating with a finals run in the 3GN Shoot-Off.

Also, 3GN Host Mark Wills and All That Remains lead singer Phil Labonte continue their season-long competition in the FNH USA Shooting Tip skills segment.

“3-Gun Nation” airs Wednesdays at 1 PM EST and Sundays at 7:30 AM EST—only on NBC Sports Network.
For more information, go to www.3GunNation.com.

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