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Surprising, Yet Predictable

Producers brought back the Wheel of Fire, which sent one competitor packing at its close, and then zipped two shooters down line to see who had the skills to continue the quest.

Paired-up With Shotguns

The shooters of Top Shot use two Benelli shotguns to bust steel and clays, and a high-tech version of a crossbow to see who continues in the quest for $100,000.

Historic Elimination

Competitors are once again grouped together to try their luck against trick shots, and the youngest shooter is sent home after firing a historical piece that actually served in combat.

Only 10 Are Left

The remaining 10 contestants continue to show why they are the All Stars of Top Shot.

High-Tech to Primitive

Top Shot competitors take the longest shot ever shown on the show.

Dirty Dozen

With only 12 shooters left in the house, Top Shot producers brought back a popular challenge from Seasons One and Two.

A Great Way to Go Home

This season’s Top Shot continues to be all about the shooting at the range, rather than the drama in the house, or in Colby’s words: “All star, all skill season.”

Match Up Among Friends

The producers just couldn’t stand it anymore, I guess. This week’s Top Shot entered the house multiple times to show the competitors discussing various issues—I still only want to see shooting—and even baking brownies.

Making the Trick Shot

This season, Top Shot producers introduced the trick shooting a little early, and it threw an interesting twist into the show, sending home a strong shooter.

All Stars Begins

With 16 former competitors vying to be the best, Top Shot All Stars has begun. It was nice to see that the show returned for a fifth season, since rumor had the show slipping into oblivion due to the high costs of making the show—the high speed cameras that provide all that awesome bullet-entering-target footage are not cheap.

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