Byron Goes High, Julie G. & the Impossible El Prez this week on Shooting USA

The Bushnell Brawl at Rifles Only in Texas
Byron Goes High, Julie G. & the Impossible El Prez this week on Shooting USA
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USA --(Ammoland.com)- Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots – Floating Away: This time it’s up, up, and away!

Byron Ferguson is taking aim at the sky. First releasing a helium filled balloon then shooting it in flight before it floats away, but strong winds and unexpectedly tough balloons make this an Impossible Shot!

Plus Smith & Wesson Pro Shooter Julie Golob shows us Jeff Cooper’s training drill. The El Prez speed drill isn’t Impossible, unless the targets are index cards.

Shooting USA – Army Strong and The Bushnell Brawl
The Army Marksmanship Unit hosts more collegiate shooting championships than ever before, including NRA Collegiate Nationals, SCTP Shotgun Competition and Steel Challenge Shooting. Then the Army shows off some really big shooting of their own firepower. Plus Rifles Only in Texas and a challenging precision rifle match, named the Bushnell Brawl. And Julie Golob has a Pro Tip encouraging you to practice with your pocket carry gun. More Info…

Wednesday on Outdoor Channel

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Join us Wednesday Night for 90 minutes of Shooting USA Shows, The only TV gun shows airing every week, 52 weeks each year.

The Travel Schedule:

This week it’s the Quad Cities for a visit with accuracy master, Les Baer. It’s Guns and Cars – All of it is Internal Combustion.

Jim
JimScoutten@ShootingUSA.com
www.ShootingUSA.com
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