It’s the second year of the Hornady Precision Rifle Challenge in the hills of Utah, an extraordinary venue for long range riflery. Plus, first-time training for some new gun owners in Nashville.
Get your big hat and strap on your six-guns for Tennessee Cowboy Action. SASS, the Single-Action Shooting Society, is among the most popular of the shooting sports.
This time it’s 1911s in competition at the Classic Single Stack Nationals. It’s a throw-back to the origins of action shooting as conceived and taught by the founder, Jeff Cooper.
It is the premier match for riflemen in Civilian Marksmanship Program Competition. Rifles only limited by weight, shooting rapid and slow fire for distances out to 600 yards.
Armageddon Gear AG Cup – It’s an invitation-only Precision Rifle Tournament with the highest cash payout in the history of the sport.
It is the fastest-growing division in action shooting, is scored on speed and accuracy on the handgun targets used in practical shooting, but employing AR rifles chambered for pistol cartridges.
The challenge is for precision rifle shooters at distances only possible in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, with steel targets sized to simulate the vitals of western game animals.
The newest and most effective new cartridge for the AR-15 platform, the Hornady 6mm ARC – Advanced Rifle Cartridge.
Rimfire Challenge World Championships – It’s the fastest organized form of plinking with .22 Rimfire, shooting steel plates for time. And once again the youngsters turn out to be the fast ones.
The International Defensive Pistol Association holds their World Championships and it’s truly an international gathering of competitors at the CMP Talladega Park ranges.
Jim Scoutten, Executive Producer of Shooting USA Television, has announced an agreement with Outdoor Channel for year-round appearances of the one hour Show in the 2021 schedule.
The World Speed Shooting Championship is also known as the Steel Challenge. Draw and shoot five steel targets as fast as you can, with time in seconds as your score.
The Trapdoor was the first cartridge firing service rifle that was much faster to use than the cap and ball rifles it replaced. But oddly, rapid fire was not the original priority.
This time 1911s are in competition at the Classic Single Stack Nationals. It’s a throw-back to the origins of action shooting as conceived and taught by the founder, Jeff Cooper.
It’s a special edition of Shooting USA, a full hour devoted to the inaugural Armageddon Gear AG Cup. Twenty of the best precision rifle marksmen were invited to a two-day event.
It’s the second year of the Hornady Precision Rifle Challenge in the hills of Utah, an extraordinary venue for long-range riflery, with competitors challenged by both distance and the Utah winds.
Army Small Arms competition, with rack issue carbines and pistols, is open to active duty, guard, reserve, and cadets, to keep battlefield skills sharp.
Out of the box factory guns shooting for the titles in the USPSA Production Nationals. Plus, Turkey Hunters hunt new gear in Nashville at the annual NWTF Convention.
The game is Single Action Fast Draw, as near as we come in the 21st century to the OK Corral. Plus, John shoots and reports the new IDPA Pistol Caliber Carbine National match at Talladega.
It is the premier match for riflemen in the Civilian Marksmanship Program Competition. Rifles only limited by weight, shooting rapid and slow fire for the X ring at distances out to 600 yards.