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Episode Guide

Season: 2014

Episode 33-04 - Steel Challenge 2013

The Steel Challenge is a world championship competition, and the popularity continues to grow. The question is simple, how fast can you draw and shoot five steel targets? The answer to the challenge gets more amazing every year.

Episode 33-05 - USPSA Production Nationals 2013

This time on Shooting USA, it’s the USPSA Production Division Nationals from Tulsa. Then, the Liberator from WWII is one of history's guns.

Episode 33-06 - IDPA Indoor Nationals 2014

The shooting sport based on concealed carry, and the championship that starts the season. It's the 2014 IDPA Indoor Nationals.

Episode 3307 - The Bushnell Brawl 2014

In the sport of precision rifle competition you’d expect the emphasis would be on the shooters ability to make long shots accurately in varying conditions, but that is only one part of the challenge competitors face when they step onto the ranges at Rifles Only in Texas to compete in the Bushnell Brawl. John Scoutten reports  the story that’s one part long-range shooting and one part physical challenge, testing more than the shooter’s ability to make a shot.

Episode 3308 - SASS Winter Range National Championships 2014

We’re in the Arizona desert for the largest cowboy action shooting match anywhere in America. More than 1,000 competitors, with single-action six-guns and lever action rifles, shoot-it-out in the National Championships of the Single Action Shooting Society. Plus, a 700 year-old firearm that was once the war-changing new technology. The Matchlock Musket is now one of History’s Guns.

Episode 33-09 - IDPA Puerto Rico Nationals

It's an IDPA National Championship that feels like vacation. We're headed to Puerto Rico for competition in the Caribbean. Plus, the NRA Annual Meetings from Indianapolis, 75,000 strong supporting the NRA.

Episode 33-10 - U.S. Steel Nationals 2014

The fastest handgun shooters in the country are in Florida for the U.S. Steel Nationals. New divisions in the match are drawing new competitors to the range.

Episode 33-11 - Bianchi Cup 35th Anniversary

The Bianchi Cup celebrates its 35th anniversary. The competition has never been tougher at shootings most prestigious match. Plus a profile of an old British service rifle, the Mark III Enfield, and a look at new gear for 3-Gun competitors.

Episode 3312 - The USPSA Multigun Nationals 2014

The best in the country with rifle, pistol, and shotgun, are running all out for the title of National Champion. It’s 3-Gun competition from Las Vegas. Then the story of the Martini Henry rifle that’s now one of history’s guns. Plus, comparison testing of Hornady Critical Defense and Critical Duty, the most effective handgun ammo on the market.

Episode 3313 - International Revolver Championship 2014

We’re covering the annual championships for wheel guns and their fans, with the top revolver shooters at the Hogue Range in California. Plus, a profile of the only man to win two gold medals in his Olympic sport. Vincent Hancock is now teaching and training for another gold in International Skeet.

Episode 3314 - The National Matches at Camp Perry

It was Teddy Roosevelt’s vision to encourage civilian marksmanship. More than 100 years after, the Camp Perry National Matches are still fulfilling the mission. Plus, the multi-gun match that’s all head-shots, Hornady’s Pandemic in the Heartland. And The venerable ’03 Springfield is one of History’s Guns.

Episode 3315 - Bushnell Precision Rifle

Pros are paired with new shooters to take on long distance shooting challenges at the Bushnell Tactical GAP Grind in the Florida panhandle. Then, it’s one of the most popular competitions at the National Matches, when shooters compete with the legendary M1 Garand. Plus, how the fictitious Buntline Special is now one of History’s Guns, even without real history. And John Paul shows us some unusual shooting positions that will lead you to a win.

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