Wednesday, August 8, 2012
This Week on Shooting USA: Drag Racing With Guns
Shooting USA - The Steel Challenge 2011
We're in Piru, California for the 30th annual World Speed Shooting Championships, better known as The Steel Challenge. We've got a look back at the history and then all the action to crown new champions. Then John builds a 30-06 for a young hunter, reducing the recoil, in a rifle to grow up with. Plus Olympic Champion, Sgt. Vincent Hancock of the Army Marksmanship Unit shows you the importance of a pre-shot routine to be sure you're focused for each shot. It's a Pro Tip that applies to every discipline of the shooting sports and you'll notice it worked for Sgt. Hancock in London.
Shooting USA's Impossible Shots - Arrow vs. Bullet
Cisko attempts one of the most remarkable shots in exhibition shooting history, firing an arrow at a target 50 yards away, then, fast-drawing and shooting his six-gun from the hip, to have the bullet race the arrow to the target. Plus, Byron Ferguson attempts splitting three playing cards with a single arrow. It's another episode with the best exhibition shooting the world has to offer.
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More Gold and Bronze to Our Shooting Team!
The USA Shooting Team continues to score medals at the London Olympics.
Jamie Gray, wife of a U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit Soldier and the Assistant Rifle Coach at Columbus State University, claimed the Gold Medal in Women's Three Position Rifle , setting a new Olympic record in the process. And USAMU Sgt. Matt Emmons took Bronze in Men's Three Position Rifle, adding to his collection of Olympic medals.
U.S. Army photo by Tim Hipps