Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- This time it’s the Bianchi Cup that’s still the most prestigious pistol match in the world with top competitors shooting a perfect match and the Cup awarded on X-Count.
Plus, the story of the Historic ‘03 Springfield that armed Doughboys and carried on as the Sniper Rifle of WW-II.
Then, Colt recalls the SOG Operators of Vietnam with the Granddaddy of the M-4, the historic XM177A2 Reissue.
John tests the firepower of the Smith & Wesson 610 Revolvers, chambered in 10mm.
And John Paul demonstrates Truing Your Scope, the basis of long-range accuracy.
USA AIR TIMES
Wednesday 9:00 Eastern and Pacific, 8:00 Central on Outdoor Channel
Shooting USA is listed as a one-hour show in your cable menu.
AND IN CANADA
On The Sportsman Canada Channel
Our Same Show, the Same Week, as in the USA
Sportsman Canada Channel is available in 750,000 Canadian Households. Find the channel and find us north of the Border.
The Shooting USA Store – Firearm Guards Are Back in Stock
We’re restocked and shipping again with the 100-year-old Amish method of preventing rust from moisture. $14.95 or 2 for $25, including shipping. PRODUCT LINK HERE
If you’re out and around, Stay Safe, Stay Armed, and we’ll do our best to inform and entertain you during this week and your Fourth of July holiday.
And, if you have more time on your hands, listen to the Guns.com Interview with Jim. It’s 27 years of Gun Reporting explained in 45 minutes.
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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