USA –-(Ammoland.com)- The Wyatts take on high-intensity projects in this week’s all new AMERICAN GUNS.
Gunsmoke’s first customer is Tom, a gun historian looking for a replica of a historic long-barreled Buntline special with a detachable stock.
When Gunsmoke’s resident historian Bob disagrees with Tom about the details of a famous nineteenth century gun fight, shop owner Rich devises a reenactment in the Gunsmoke Corral that will settle the issue once and for all.
If Bob wins, Tom will pay $5,000 for his custom-made gun, but if Tom wins, he’ll receive a $1,000 discount.
Later, daughter Paige’s successful sale of the Wyatt deep-cover package – a modified version of a Smith & Wesson pistol – inspires Rich and his wife Renee to pitch their version of the gun to Smith & Wesson in hopes of securing a contract with the company. But before they can make the deal, Rich and Renee will have to prove that their version of the gun is superior to Smith & Wesson’s – a task that will be settled the only way Rich knows how – a competition.
Tune in to tonight’s all-new episode of AMERICAN GUNS airing at 9/8c.
About AMERICAN GUNS
AMERICAN GUNS follows Rich Wyatt and his wife Renee, who own Gunsmoke – located outside Denver, Colorado. They buy, sell and trade guns – from hand canons to hunting rifles. And if you don’t see what you want, they’ll build one for you from nothing more than a block of metal.
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