This Week on Shooting USA – Precision Rifle at the Bushnell Brawl

Precision rifle competitors take on the Bushnell Brawl at Rifles Only in Texas, one of the most challenging matches in the Series.
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Nashville, TN -( The Bushnell Brawl is considered the most challenging precision rifle competition. Hitting targets out to 1,000 yards is not easy, but it’s even more challenging at the Rifles Only training center in South Texas, where the wind is wild and unpredictable. The match director not only promises to take shooters out of their comfort zones, but also makes competitors work for every shot. John competes and reports.

Plus, team building for the Smith & Wesson employees competing in the Factory Cup. Jerry Miculek and Julie Golob teach their gun builders how to participate in IDPA competition.

And, the historic Remington from John Browning that would change shotgun hunting forever. Tune in Wednesday to Outdoor Channel.



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