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Jim Scoutten, America's Most Watched Firearms Reporter has been on the beat for 14 years, reporting the stories of the Shooting Sports and the Firearms Industry. No other media reaches more firearms fans and consumers. The totals – 500 Million Viewer Impressions from 1,000 Shows on Three National Networks. Shooting USA delivers what the gun sports audience wants:Exclusive TV coverage of National ChampionshipsShooting USA Profiles – The personalities in Shooting Sports and the Firearms IndustryInsider Reports – The companies advancing Firearms Development with field testing of new performance claimsLE and Military Reports – The arms and the training for our Men and Women in uniformHistory's Guns – The shooters and the collectors preserving the great guns of our pastSighting In – The newest products demonstrated and explained inthe segment that reaches more shooters than all the gun magazinesPro Tips – Lessons from the Pros to improve your shooting scoresImpossible Shots – By the world's top exhibition shooters
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. Randy Oitker recreates a classic Bob Munden shot.
This time, it's gun racing on historic targets at the World Speed Shooting Championships. It's been 35 years since Mike and Mike drew up the first Steel Challenge on a napkin. Since then it's become a tradition and a challenge to the best.
New divisions in the USPSA Optics Nationals; Royal Range, the first five-star range in the country built from an abandoned movie theater; Todd Jarrett explores how to defend a home by using a rifle.
It's a long-range shot in 25 mile-per-hour winds. A 400-yard shot with an AR-15 is hard enough, but it's even harder with changing wind gusts. Jerry Miculek attempts the shot off-hand with his M&P15; A 200-yard shot with a revolver.
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