Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- It’s the competition to find the best at everything that goes bang. The NRA World Shooting Championship adds the scores from many different shooting disciplines to find the best all-around shooting champion.
Plus, the Crockett rifles from Tennessee that armed Andrew Jackson’s Militia on his way to stop the British in New Orleans.
Then, John and JP finish the budget rifle accuracy build.
And Maggie Reese has a pro tip on doing it right and quickly when the stage designer gives you a table start with an empty gun. More Info…
Wednesday 9:00 Eastern and Pacific, 8:00 Central.
Shooting USA is listed as a one-hour show in your cable menu.
SHOT Show Special Completed:
It’s wall-to-wall coverage from the Sands Convention Center for our annual SHOT New Products coverage you’ll see on TV shortly. You will need your DVR to catch and review it all – 66 New Products described in 43 minutes!
SHOT Show Video Podcasts:
Get a first look in John’s interviews and new products coverage as video podcasts direct from SHOT. The links are here.
Final Clearance on the Shooting USA Challenge Coin!
Now only a few left of the collectible coin noting 25 years of the first and longest-running gun show to appear on network television. The offer is combined with a personalized autographed photo by Jim Scoutten, America’s best-known firearms industry and gun sports reporter. Discounted to clear the last few pieces.
Watch Shooting USA on YouTube as long as you can:
Subscribe to the Shooting USA YouTube Channel to catch up on Pro Shooter Profiles, Pro Tips, History’s Guns, and more!
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.