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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.

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.

The Family 3-Gun Shootout

Sons of Guns seem to have fans from all walks of life, including a couple of big boys in the firearms industry—Brownells and Hornady.

Canfield Spices Up “Cajun Pawn” With A BAR

With 13 books to his credit and hundreds of magazine articles, Bruce definitely qualifies as an expert and proudly touts his role as a Rifleman field editor on the show.

Guns, Shooting And Reality

After determining there would be little in the way of actual survival skills portrayed and absolutely no cannibalism on “Survivor,” I had little interest in reality television. But while I am still unlikely to voluntarily watch the “Real Housewives of Anywhere,” and could not give a whit about Snooky’s angst or what a Kardasian does or does not wear, I have changed my mind. And that’s because reality television has changed to include things that interest me and those like me.

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