The Shooting USA Hour on

9:00 PM Eastern and Pacific

8:00 PM Central


January 4th

FASTER Saves Lives
The FASTER program is intensive training for School Teachers and Staff that qualifies them to carry concealed in schools. It’s time for an update on FASTER that has now trained more than 3,000 Teachers and Administrators who are now carrying in nearly 300 school districts across the country. Plus, the M249 SAW is one-man firepower in each Army squad and is now one of History’s Guns. Then, Fast Flints. The story of the precision gun makers who knew how to speed ignition in the age of Flintlocks.
More Info...


January 11th

The 1911 Collector
Meet the man who has made his life passion the collecting of rare and extremely valuable 1911s from as far back as the Military Trials in March of 1911. And he owns the Savage that competed for the contract and lost to John Browning’s design made by Colt. Plus, the 1911s with official documents to prove they don’t exist, but they are very much present in his collection. Then, John’s experience working as a certified Range Officer, conducting the USPSA Classic Nationals at Talladega Marksmanship Park in Alabama.
More Info...

January 18th

It’s the biggest bang in competitive sport shooting when collectors and enthusiasts roll out their historic cannons to shoot in full power competition. The powder and bullet weights switch from grains to pounds. And they turn out to be much more accurate at 1,000 yards than ever imagined during the civil war. Plus, John Browning’s full-auto solution to the changing tactics of modern warfare. The Browning 1919 is one of History’s guns. And, Mr. Flintlock has a Classic Impossible Shot skipping roundballs off water on purpose.
More Info...

January 25th

The Hornady Zombie Match
The tradition continues with Hornady sponsoring the annual Zombie shoot in Nebraska. Defending against the un-dead is both a creative three-gun match and a really good time for competitors of all skill levels. Plus, John tests all of the ways you can deliver Hornady’s .44 Magnum firepower in your choice of Smith & Wesson revolvers. Do you choose light weight in alloy for carry and absorb the recoil, or the traditional Model 29 with all steel construction.  And we’re Talking Tech, defining Single Action, Double Action, and Double-Single, how they shoot and how they are carried safe. Then Julie Golob is back with a Pro Tip on carrying in the appendix position safely.
More Info...

February 1st

The RM Airgun Challenge
The targets get smaller, the range gets shorter, and the power behind each shot is air. It’s the Rocky Mountain Airgun Challenge once again bringing top rifle shooters to a quieter range for competition. Then the German response to the superior firepower of the M-1 Garand. The Gewehr 43 is now one of History’s Guns. Plus, an update on Hornady Critical Duty Ammo, now that the FBI has selected it for carry across the force. And Julie Golob has another Smith & Wesson Pro Tip on competition and concealed carry.
More Info...

February 8th

USPSA Carry Optics Nationals
The Carry Optics Division recognizes the popularity of Red Dot Sights on 9mm pistols and sets up a championship competition with the guns that are now common for concealed carry. Then, Dr. Lewis Drake discovers the only rifle to utilize all of Joseph Mantin’s patents from the 1700s. Plus, The Civilian Marksmanship Program remembers and honors the rifles from the beaches of Normandy with the D-Day match on the ranges at Talladega. And Julie Golob has another Smith & Wesson Pro Tip to improve your success on the range.
More Info...

February 15th

Production & PCC Nationals
Of all the divisions of USPSA competition, two of the most popular are also two of the newest, Production and PCC, that’s Pistol Caliber Carbine. The two divisions are paired together for the final National Championships of the year at the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park. Plus, the big business of making and restoring big cannons at Trail Rock Ordnance in Tennessee. Then, Colt hosts a demo at Gunsite to reveal and test their new products for 2023.

February 22nd

The Gap Grind Precision Rifle Challenge
It’s the 10th Anniversary of the match that’s grown participation in Precision Rifle as the Pros are paired with first time shooters to take on the challenges of Precision Rifle Shooting. 400 Pros and Amateurs are shooting the challenges on the ranges at K and M Precision outside Jackson, TN. Plus, the Adaptive Shooter Summit at the Sig Sauer ranges in New Hampshire is bringing more wounded warriors back into the shooting sports and personal protection.
More Info...

March 1st

The 2022 USPSA Racegun Nationals
United States Practical Shooting is derived from combat pistol shooting, with divisions to cover everything from concealed carry, to handguns pushing the limits of new technology. At the peak of racing performance are the Open and Limited divisions and this year those two are paired together at the Racegun Nationals. Plus, The Wild West is well represented in Indiana by the Westside Renegades. Then, John’s getting suppressor heat out of his sight picture in precision rifle. And Jerry cuts loose in a classic impossible shot.
More Info...

See The Options for Receiving
The Outdoor Channel



Click on the Banners for Product Information:



©2022, TIER ONE MEDIA, LLC. All Rights Reserved.