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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

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25 Seasons, 135 Episodes
June 1, 2004
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  • It's the competition to find the best at everything that goes bang. The NRA World Shooting Championship adds the scores from many different shooting disciplines to find the best all-around shooting champion. Plus, the Crockett rifles from Tennessee that armed Andrew Jackson's Militia on his way to stop the British in New Orleans. Then, John and JP finish the budget rifle accuracy build. And Maggie

  • It's the IDPA Nationals with the best shooters in Defensive Pistol Competition. The CMP Ranges at Talladega host the challenges designed to simulate real world threats.  Scoring is speed and accuracy while using cover. And there are now new divisions to better represent the CCW guns being carried on the street. Plus, the Garands are back from overseas, and being prepped for collectors and shooters

  • It's time for a personal best at the Scholastic Clay Target Nationals in Ohio, with thousands of youngsters participating in the most successful youth shooting program of all time. Plus, Hand building 1911s the old way at Les Baer Custom. It's the same process developed by pistol smiths in the 1930s, still used to create exceptionally accurate handguns. Then, John and John Paul of JP Enterprises b

  • It's Classic Steel Challenge Competition but hosted on a new range in Talladega, Alabama. Plus, the dangerous game solution from the 1800s before smokeless powder. The 500 Black Powder Express. Then John's building up an ultra-light competition Rimfire Rifle. And, just for fun, Longbow Legend, Byron Ferguson tries an Impossible Shot.

  • The USPSA Multi-gun Nationals challenges the best shooters while the desert challenges their rifles, shotguns, and pistols to keep running in competition for the national titles. Plus, the French MAS 36, the last bolt rifle in World War Two, is now one of History's Guns. John and Tony chase down the new stuff on display at TriggerCon in Seattle, and Mr. Flintlock is back for an Impossible Shot.

  • The barricades, the plates, the practical, and the mover; it's Classic Competition for the 40th year of the Bianchi Cup. Plus, the breech-loading Maynard Carbine is one of History's Guns. Then it's the biggest Pistol Caliber Carbine Match yet, the JP Rifles USPSA Area 5 Championship with a record number of shooters. Todd Jarrett has a Pro Tip on using a multi-point adjustable sling. And, Randy Oit

  • It's new divisions and new guns shooting in the US Steel Nationals, the fastest of the action pistol sports. It's simple. How fast can you draw and shoot 5 steel targets? The US Steel Nationals is the largest steel match leading up to the world championship.

  • Thousand Yard Benchrest is competition with unlimited guns you won't believe. They're handmade and can weigh as much as 100 pounds. And there are two ways to score for record when you can master the wind. Plus, the NRA meets in Dallas with thousands of new members joining to support the 2nd Amendment and see the new guns and gear being introduced for this year.' And John Browning's Colt Woodsman,

  • It's the shootout sport that Hollywood created, the Cowboy Fast Draw World Championship from Fallon, Nevada, with the best who can draw and thumb their single actions in a fraction of a second. Plus, Honored American Veterans Afield celebrates 10 years of helping wounded vets get back to the range. And Savage Arms introduces the Accufit Kit to match you to your best shooting position.

  • It's long range shooting on the clock and under duress. That's the challenge for riflemen at the Brawl in Texas with shots out to 1,000 yards. Plus, the John Browning pistol that went to war on the other side. The Model of 1922 armed armies across Europe, including the Germans in World War Two. Then Colt brings back an icon from Vietnam, the M16A1 Reissue is History remembered, that's now for sale

  • The Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning hosts civilians for combat shooting with three guns. It's the Fort Benning 3-Gun Challenge that gets close to simulating combat in the field. Plus, the British Rifle by Enfield that got a German name. The Brunswick is one of History's Guns. And winter range in the desert brings the next generation into cowboy shooting.

  • It's wheel guns only in competition at The International Revolver Championship for the competitors who still choose the simplicity and reliability of the classic revolver. It's speed shooting for time and accuracy while reloading a six shooter or an eight shooter. Plus, the history of the Scout Rifle concept that actually began with the Germans in World War II. Then, Nashville fills up with turkey

  • This time it's the Rimfire Challenge World Championship, with top competitors and a family friendly welcome. The NSSF promotes the all-steel speed challenge to get new shooters started in competition, but there are also world titles to be won. Plus, police officers are going to school at the historic Smith & Wesson Academy in Springfield, MA. They're learning both tactics and gun maintenance

  • We're inside the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas with the Dealers and Buyers discovering the new items that will make news this year. Plus, the new pistol from Smith & Wesson that wasn't quite ready for SHOT, but is now. And an insider report from Hornady Manufacturing that's now confirming their new ammo makes your AR a viable home defense weapon. Ken Hackathorn demonstrates that where t

  • This time, the Pros help the Amateurs take on the challenges of Precision Rifle Shooting at the GAP Grind. Then the CMP Goes West to the Desert for their Western Games. Savage introduces two new rifles chambered for 6.5 Creedmoor, one is a bolt action and one an MSR. And, Julie is using lasers to help diagnose and cure your handgun shooting mistakes.

  • It's the twentieth year of defensive pistol competition at Smith & Wesson and the 20th year anniversary of the founding of IDPA competition. In 20 years the self-defense sport has grown to be world-wide. Plus, the only multi-gun match on an active Army base, the Ft. Benning 3-Gun. And, the Remington 03-A3, the inexpensive version of the 1903 Springfield, is one of History's Guns.

  • This time, high-capacity guns and handguns direct from the factory compete at the Iron Sights Nationals. It's the top competitors in the Limited Division and the Production Division shooting for national titles in USPSA competition. Then the Walther P-38 is one of History's Guns. Plus, Comp-Tac brings holsters out of the garage to be number one in IDPA. It's a company profile from Houston. And, We

  • It's a brand new sponsor, for a brand new match, on a brand new range. Lucas Oil is now sponsoring Gun Racing with the Championship of Pistol Caliber Carbine action shooting. John Scoutten and Tony Pignato both shoot the match and report the action, as the best in the sport compete for $10,000 in prize money. Plus, the last of the British Enfields, the Jungle Carbine, is now one of History's Guns

  • John Scoutten and our favorite analyst, Julie Golob report the action from the world's most prestigious shooting match, the Championship of NRA Action Pistol that's better known as the Bianchi Cup. Then the odd-looking Broom handle Mauser is one of History's Guns. Plus, the story of a sporting clays charity match in California that remembers fallen warriors while helping the relatives cope with th

  • It's classic 1911 competition at the Single Stack Nationals. The guns are stock appearing 1911s, charged by limited magazines, but the action is far from limited in Barry, Illinois. Plus, the Gatling and the doctor who thought his invention would end all wars. History shows It didn't. And, a look back to our history in our 25th year, our visit with Colonel Jeff Cooper at Gunsite in 1996.

  • This time, it's a new speed record at the Steel Challenge in California. The Pros take on banks of five steel targets in lightning fast rounds. Then, the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association hosts Youngsters for a weekend at Friendship to get them started with their first shots in the shooting sports. And we get our first shots with the big bore M&P 2.0 .45. Plus Ken Hackathorn is teachin

  • Once again Zombies invade Nebraska! But three gunners are ready to defend at Hornady's Pandemic in the Heartland. Plus, Trevor Baucom leads wounded warriors into IDPA competition in the latest HAVA event for disabled veterans. Then, John's got a new precision rifle and the new cartridge to fuel it, the fast and flat shooting 6mm Creedmoor. And from history, the one-and-done service rifle, the 30-4

  • The USPSA Optics Nationals Race Guns, Carry Guns with red dots, and PCC, Pistol Caliber Carbines. They're all now divisions in the USPSA Optics Nationals. John and Tony report the action and provide some of their own in the USPSA's newest competition. Plus, Royal Range, the first five-star range in the country, built from an abandoned movie theater. And Todd Jarrett shows us home defense with a ri

  • It's the twentieth year of defensive pistol competition at Smith & Wesson and the 20th year anniversary of the founding of IDPA competition. In 20 years the self-defense sport has grown to be world-wide. Plus, the only multi-gun match on an active Army base, the Ft. Benning 3-Gun. And, the Remington 03-A3, the inexpensive version of the 1903 Springfield, is one of History's Guns.

  • Jim Scoutten, America's most watched firearms reporter, brings the stories of the Shooting Sports and the Firearms Industry. No other media reaches more firearms fans and consumers than Shooting USA.

  • We're inside the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas with a record number of Dealers and Buyers discovering the hot new items that will make news this year. Plus, a profile of the man named SHOT Business Person of the Year, who created an entire new category of sighting 25 years ago. And we're taking you inside S&W to see the production of the new M&P 2.0. It's the process you've never se

  • 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 in the handgun sports. Plus, the preview story of new guns coming from Colt for 2017. And, an old Colt, the Woodsman, is now highly collectible and is one of His

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