This Week on Shooting USA – The Hornady 6mm ARC

The Hornady 6mm ARC
The Hornady 6mm ARC

Nashville, TN -(  The newest and most effective new cartridge for the AR-15 platform, the Hornady 6mm ARC – Advanced Rifle Cartridge.

Plus the Smith & Wesson pressed into service in World War Two. The .45 Victory is now one of History’s Guns.

Then an update on our US Shooting Team Members who were training for peak performance at the Tokyo Olympics, who now are waiting for 2021.

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James Jean serves up an Archery Impossible Shot.

And the Army Marksmanship Unit offers advice and their experience on traveling with guns. More Info…

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Matt in Oklahoma
Matt in Oklahoma
3 months ago

How many kills penetrating body armor at distance does it have? That was it’s purpose allegedly

3 months ago

Question, do you actually need to kill someone in order to demonstrate the effectiveness of a particular cartridge or can you evaluate the effectiveness using non-human targets? For example a watermelon wrapped in body armor 😉