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There is no Next Episode of Shooting USA planned.
This time, the fastest practical shooters race for the USPSA Multi-gun National titles using pistol, rifle and shotgun. Plus, the rare breechloader prized by the Confederacy, the Terry Carbine. And juniors compete with dreams of Olympic Gold.
This week, it's the NRA Action Pistol Championship. The world's best compete for the Bianchi Cup. Plus, the rifle for the early frontier, the Hawken is one of History's Guns. And we're Talking Tech on .38 caliber bullets.
SHOOTHING USA goes West for the World Championship at End of Trail. It's the cowboy shooting best competing for titles in New Mexico. Plus, the rifle that won the West. The Winchester 73 is one of History's Guns.
This time, it's the Bushnell Brawl, the most challenging of the Presidion Rifle Match series. Plus the Remington Rolling Block, selected by armies around the world, but never by the US Army. And HAVA honors our bravest at Rock Castle Shooting Center.
It's a multi-gun match for the juniors that is also a fund-raiser to help pave the way for new shooters to enter the sport. Generation Three Gun is the organization working to expand participation for the next generation.
We're at the Smith & Wesson Pan American IDPA Championships in Puerto Rico. John covers the action on the range and on the beach. Plus the French Revolver that's now one of History's Guns, after 75 years on the beat.
The Cowboy Fast Draw Association hosts the annual shoot out to find the Fastest Gun Alive. Plus, Youngsters shooting steel. It's organized plinking for speed as the Scholastic Pistol Program expands to more and more teams participating.
It's the match for real carry guns. The pros, new shooters, and Smith and Wesson executives, take on real life, self-defense scenarios at the IDPA Back Up Gun Nationals. Plus, the 1874 Sharps is one of History's Guns.