Synopsis and commentary of Top Shot All Stars episode 3. Good friends compete in this episode that featured seven speed matches and a tough elimination shoot-out. The Sig Sauer P229 40 S&W and Schofield 45 revolver were used in this episode.
Synopsis and commentary of Top Shot All Stars episode 2. Exhibition shooting, mirrors, corncob pipes, bowling pins, cans, splitting bullets on an axe, upside down revolver, gumballs on golf tees, and breaking pairs of plates with simultaneous firing of revolvers.
Synopsis and commentary of Top Shot All Stars episode 1.
Synopsis and commentary of Top Shot All Stars episode 4. Archery and Galling guns come together on this episode that saw someone return to elimination for the second time this season. Who went home? Read to find out.
The Ruger 44 Carbine is a short, handy semi-automatic rifle chambered for the 44 magnum cartridge. It was designed for certain ammunition, though, and just any 44 groceries won't do. Read this to find out what to feed your 44 carbine.
Whitetail hunting has enough mysteries, without wondering where your deer was hit. How to read a whitetail deer's body language to tell where - or if - you've hit it.
Playing in the rain is something all children do - or want to do. As we grow older, we're supposed to grow out of that... aren't we? Hunting in the rain often provides interesting fodder for campfire tales, anyhow.
These days, it often seems that everyone but gun owners are hostile towards guns and gun owners - especially in places such as airports. But that is certainly not always the case, and guidelines are in place that allow for relatively easy and problem-free transport of your firearms on commercial airline flights.
Too often, deer hunters forget to aim, or take marginal shots when they should instead go for a high-percentage shot. Experience is a good teacher - perhaps the best. Here is what I've learned about shot placement over more than two decades of hunting deer.
Airguns (BB Guns) often help foster kids' love for shooting. I don't remember for certain the first gun I ever shot, but I believe it was a 22 rifle - and most likely it was a Winchester Model 69A. But the most unadulterated fun I had shooting as a kid (and they're still fun even now) was with good ol' fashioned air power... BB guns!
When hunting deer, elk, and other big game, there is a tendency to over-estimate the range to the animal, and to aim higher than necessary. In many cases, this leads to a miss and a lost animal, and this has happened to at least two hunters that I know personally. Here are some reasons why you shouldn't aim high in most hunting situations.
The Deer - and the Hunters - Fell Into a Comfortable Groove. Dad thought he had the deer cold after scoping their routine for a few days, but at the sound of the shot, both of them bolted. Had he missed?
Where is the kill zone on a wild boar hog? And how much gun is enough? This article answers those questions, and more.
When it comes to rifles and shotguns, they all have one thing in common: they're awkward. A sling, sometimes called a strap, can be a versatile tool for carrying, controlling, and getting the most out of your hunting rifle. Not only that, but they can help improve accuracy as well.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 12 review by Russ Chastain. The season finale pits the final four shooters against one another until one shooter stands as the lone victor.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 11 review by Russ Chastain. Machinegunning with the Browning M1919 machine gun - from a genuine WW2 half-track - and memory exercises.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 10 review by Russ Chastain. SWAT team tactics and firearms were featured on this episode, which had the shooters rappelling down a tower and shooting the FN Five Seven, Mossberg 500 Chainsaw, and the FN FS2000 bullpup carbine.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 9 review by Russ Chastain. 1500 yard shots with the Accuracy International AX338 rifle in 338 Lapua Magnum, and a showdown with Henry lever action repeaters. Chris vs. William in a final showdown that almost had me gnawing on my fingernails!
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 8 review by Russ Chastain. Two old British military guns - Webley Mark VI revolver and Lee-Enfield Mark III bolt action rifle.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 7 review by Russ Chastain. Trick shooting bowling pins, bottle openers, paint cans, and gumballs.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 6 review by Russ Chastain. Cannons and arrow-hurling, all in the same episode.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 5 review by Russ Chastain.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 4 review by Russ Chastain. Shooting crossbows and pistols at moving targets, plus an odd gesture of friendship between shooters.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 3 review by Russ Chastain. Three different Benelli shotguns were featured on a show that professed to test contestants' hunting skills, and sent one young player home.
History Channel show Top Shot Season 4 episode 2 review by Russ Chastain. BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle), Milkor M32A1 MSGL grenade launcher, and hints at romance between contestants Michelle Viscusi and Dylan Fletcher.