Nashville, TN – (AmmoLand.com) – It’s wheel guns only in competition at the International Revolver Championship for the competitors who still choose the simplicity and reliability of the classic revolver. It’s speed shooting for time and accuracy while reloading on the move with a six shooter or an eight shooter.
Plus, the history of the Scout Rifle concept that actually began with the Germans in World War Two.
Then, Nashville fills up with Turkey Hunters at the NWTF convention.
Plus, the most accurate of the 10mm 1911s, the new Hunter 6-inch from Les Baer Custom.
And a final look back in honor of the late Michael Voigt. His Pro Tip on Multi-gun shooting from 2004. More Info…
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Podcasts from the Dallas Show Floor
John has put up a record number of podcasts on new products and interesting people, all recorded on the Dallas show floor. Find them on Podbean and itunes at the link.
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About Shooting USA:
Jim Scoutten, America's Most Watched Firearms Reporter, has been on the beat for 25 years, reporting the stories of the Shooting Sports and the Firearms Industry. The show produces a series of popular segments focusing on historical guns, the personalities in the sport and industry, insider reports from gun tests, and practical tips from shooting sports pros. The show appeals to shooting sports enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels by providing practical tips on safely handling, modifying and repairing their favorite guns.
For more information, please visit www.ShootingUSA.com.