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Midway USA's Gun Stories is a multi-part television series about guns. It selects one firearm per episode to explore. This series takes the time to look at each gun with an in-depth view of the gun's history. This history starts with design and goes through to manufacturing as well as the sales aspect of each type of gun.

Guns are a weapon with their own fascination. They are used as killing machines which are up close and personal for the person who wields them. This show takes the time to delve deeply into the history of a selection of these weapons.

Midway USA's Gun Stories is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (27 episodes). The series first aired on June 29, 2011.

Where do I stream Midway USA's Gun Stories online? Midway USA's Gun Stories is available for streaming on The Outdoor Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Midway USA's Gun Stories on demand at FuboTV online.

Wednesday 7:30 PM et/pt on The Outdoor Channel
2 Seasons, 27 Episodes
June 29, 2011
Documentary & Biography, History
8.4/10
Cast: Joe Mantegna, Jim Supica, Jason Schubert
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Midway USA's Gun Stories Full Episode Guide

  • Joe Mantegna discusses various ignition systems dating back to the 17th century.

  • The MP 38 and MP 40 submachine guns.

  • Joe Mantegna takes an in-depth look at the President's famed trip to Africa.

  • A look at the history of the Beretta 92.

  • A look at the history of the Model 1911

  • A look at the history of the Glock

  • While the bloody arc of John Dillinger's life is well known, less time has been spent on the convergence of 2 technologies that made Dillinger possible, cars and guns.

  • Joe Mantegna explores the origins of the famous Browning shotgun.

  • Joe Mantegna and numerous experts explore the history of guns used by Gen. Custer at Little Big Horn.

  • Joe Mantegna and numerous experts explore the history of the Lee Enfield bolt-action rifle.

  • Artists work in a variety of mediums; canvas, stone, clay and yes, even firearms.

  • Possibly the greatest submachine gun ever manufactured, the MP5 has become essential to military and law enforcement personnel.

  • Rick Harrison from Pawn Stars shows us some of his most unique acquisitions as Gun Stories looks at the strangest guns designed throughout history.