Two guns. Two hands. Multiple Targets. Smith & Wesson Pro Shooter Jerry Miculek attempts to shoot his M&P 15-22 and Model 627 revolver – accurately – at the same time!
STI’s high capacity 2011 guns compete at the USPSA Limited Nationals in Florida. Plus, the Whitworth Rifle is one of History’s Guns. And, top shooters keep it in the X-ring in Tennessee Bullseye.
Remington celebrates 200 years of production for America. It’s a remarkable story that begins with a young man who built a rifle in 1816. And, red dot optics compete in the Carry Optics Championship.
Master Gunfighter, Cisko is racing bullets and arrows. Cisko must draw and shoot his six-gun at a steel target while the arrow rips through the air toward a bale of hay.
It’s the twentieth year of Defensive Pistol competition at the Smith & Wesson Ranges in Massachusetts. And, it’s the 20th year anniversary of IDPA. Plus, the Ft. Benning 3-Gun competition.
Smith & Wesson Pro Shooter, Jerry Miculek turns a compact carry gun into a race gun. The shot is an attempt to prove the M&P Shield is small yet powerful, but also fast and accurate.
Only factory-built guns can compete at the USPSA Production Nationals, and the major manufacturers send their top team members to shoot those handguns right out of the box.
This week, Smith & Wesson Team Captain, Julie Golob puts a modern twist on a famous Annie Oakley shot. Julie takes aim at a cigarette, but with an M&P 15-22. It’s a shot you don’t want to miss
Law enforcement officers compete in a three-gun match that’s really street-smart training for today’s threats of mass shooting attacks. Officially, it’s the NRA Tactical Police Competition.
The hit television show featuring the world’s best exhibition shooters and marksmen, returns to Outdoor Channel on Wednesday. This week, it’s shotgun play day with Jerry Miculek!
It’s the hardest shot an archer can attempt. Master of the Longbow, Byron Ferguson attempts the Robin Hood. Byron aims to split an arrow with another arrow!
It’s Hornady’s Pandemic in the Heartland that’s become a tradition in five years of competition and weekend fun. Plus, the Les Baer Custom Ladies Pistol Team celebrates 20 years
Jerry Miculek puts his pinky fingers to the test! The Smith & Wesson Pro Shooter attempts a 50-yard precision shot with a gun in each hand, up side down!
It’s classic wheel gun competition at the Smith & Wesson Revolver Nationals in Illinois. Plus, the L42A1 is now one of History’s Guns. And how an IDPA club in Delaware is shooting for cheap.
The Bushnell Brawl is considered the most challenging precision rifle competition, but the challenge doubles in the South Texas wind. Plus, team building for the S&W employees at the Factory Cup!
Smith & Wesson Team Captain, Julie Golob aims to shoot her M&P Shield at a target that’s one football field away! Plus, Master Gunfighter, Cisko is fanning for speed while shooting from the hi
It’s drag racing with guns! Draw and shoot five steel targets for time. And it gets fast when the Pro Shooters compete at the US Steel Nationals. Plus, the Colt Model 1878 is one of History’s Guns.
It’s drag racing with a new shotgun. Smith & Wesson Pro Shooter, Jerry Miculek breaks in his Mossberg 930 the only way he knows how. Then, a circus shot from Army Team Member Sergeant Josh Richmon
The world’s most prestigious handgun championship becomes twice as difficult! Top competitors at the Bianchi Cup must shoot all four stages of fire twice. Plus, the guns for the movie, American Sniper
Jerry Miculek tackles a 400-yard shot with an AR-15 in 25 mile-per-hour winds. Plus, a classic shot from the late Bob Munden. Then, Randy Oitker pays tribute to Bob with his compound bow.
We’re in Las Vegas with a record number of Dealers and Buyers discovering new items making news at the SHOT Show. And we’re taking you inside Smith & Wesson to see the production of the M&P 2.
It’s multi-tasking with multiple guns! Smith & Wesson Pro Jerry Miculek is playing with pistol, rifle and shotgun on an Impossible stage of fire. Then, Master of the Longbow picks up a new hobby!
It’s classic pistol competition as more than 400 USPSA members compete at the USPSA Single Stack Nationals. Plus, we go inside the little-known Berman Museum with a peculiar history, in Alabama.
Master of the Longbow Byron Ferguson is taking aim at the sky using his self-made bow – with a 72-pound pull. Plus, Smith & Wesson Team Captain Julie Golob turns a classic drill into the Impossible.
In the beginning, single stack 1911s dominated practical pistol competition but then came the enhancements thanks to STI’s high capacity 2011 guns, which now compete at the USPSA Limited Nationals.