Next Episode of Shooting USA is
Season 13 / Episode 25 and airs on 15 December 2016 02:00
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 Championships Shooting USA Profiles – The personalities in Shooting Sports and the Firearms Industry Insider Reports – The companies advancing Firearms Development with field testing of new performance claims LE and Military Reports – The arms and the training for our Men and Women in uniform History's Guns – The shooters and the collectors preserving the great guns of our past Sighting In – The newest products demonstrated and explained in the segment that reaches more shooters than all the gun magazines Pro Tips – Lessons from the Pros to improve your shooting scores Impossible Shots – By the world's top exhibition shooters
Zombies are invading Nebraska! It's Hornady's Pandemic in the Heartland that's become a tradition in five years of competition and weekend fun. Plus, the Model One, the first successful firearm from Smith and Wesson, is now one of History's Guns.
Law enforcement officers compete in a multi-gun match that's really street-smart training.
The Factory Sponsored Professionals compete with the handguns anyone can buy; for the pros, the Production Nationals is the most important competition of the year.
The remarkable history of Remington at 200 years of continuous production for America.
High capacity guns with iron sights in the STI Limited National Championship; John Scoutten covers high action at the Universal Shooting Academy in Florida; the best in the sport compete in Tennessee Bullseye.
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