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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MBane666, Dec 24, 2005.

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  1. MBane666

    MBane666 Member

    Mar 15, 2004
    Hi all;

    Our new seasons begin 26 December on The Outdoor Channel. Here's the line-up for the next 13 weeks:

    Shooting Gallery Season 5 Lineup
    # Episode Title/Synopsis Airs week of
    053 Search for the Top Cops/5.11 Challenge
    The 5.11 Challenge which pits two man teams from around the world in a series of shooting competitions has becomc the premier police shooting match. We visit the finals, along the Big Horn River in Montana. 12/26/05
    054 IBPO 3 Gun (International Brotherhood of Police Officers.)
    The International Brotherhood of Police Officers 3 Gun challenge provides the duty officer with a dynamic testing ground for their shooting skills. 01/02/06
    055 Point Shooting
    Master instructor Michael Janich, sheds light on the lost art of point-shooting as taught by the late Rex Applegate. 01/09/06
    056 Birth of a New Machine
    New military and police requirements have opened the floodgates for firearms innovation. Here’s our first exclusive report on Smith & Wesson’s groundbreaking M&P. 01/16/06
    057 The Testing Ground (ITRC2)
    Synopsis: The International Tactical Rifle Championships in Gillette, WY, is one of the toughest tests of men and their firearms. Two-man teams face targets from zero to 1000 yards. 01/23/06
    058 Mastering the Production Gun
    Having trouble with that out-of-the-box semiauto? Let David Olhasso, one of the top Production Gun shooters int he world, help you out! 01/30/06
    059 Zen of the 22
    Synopsis: The lowly .22 is the secret to becoming a better shooter — you can shoot more, have more fun and NOT break the bank! 02/06/06
    060 The Tommy Gun rises again
    The venerable Thompson had fallen on hard times until the company was purchased by Kahr Arms. Now the Thompson’s ready for the 21st Century — and you can own one! 02/13/06
    061 Steel Challenge #1 — The Iron Sight Challenge
    Day One of our exclusive coverage of the Steel Challenge, the Superbowl of the shooting sports, focuses on Limited guns, guns with iron sights. 02/20/06
    062 Steel Challenge #2 — The 72 Second Challenge!
    Our exclusive coverage of the Steel Challenge continues with The Outdoor Channel/SIGARMS “72 Second Challenge” — can one of the best Steel Challenge shooters in the world break an overall time of 72 seconds and win the biggest payday in the history of the shooting sports? 02/27/06
    063 SIGARMS Aims High
    With the U.S. military handgun contract looming on the horizon, veteran military and handgun manufacturer SIGARMS is making plans to once again enter the fray. 03/06/06
    064 Art of the Revolver
    Meet Hamilton Bowen, the greatest custom revolvermaker in the world, as he takes you step by step through the creation of a custom revolver. 03/13/06
    065 Michael Goes Cowboy
    Break out the hats and holsters as host Michael Bane proves you can teach an old cowboy new tricks…sometimes.

    Cowboys Season 3 Lineup
    # Episode Title/Synopsis Airs week of
    027 Smoke in the Valley (Black Powder)
    Black powder shooting is the heart and soul of the cowboy experience…but make sure your guns are dishwasher-safe! 12/26/05
    028 Here come de Judge
    Meet the man who invented the booming sport of Cowboy Action Shooting, Harper Creigh – a.k.a. Judge Roy Bean, “The Law West of the Pecos” and SASS #1 01/02/06
    029 Teach em Right
    More and more people are looking for a way back to the 19th century to join the cowboy revolution. Tequila shows us the way with his cowboy shooting camp. 01/09/06
    030 Meet the Carolina Belles
    Series Synopsis: Meet the Carolina Belles, four lovely ladies who mix authentic period dress and gunpowder with powerful results. Their motto: “it’s not how good you shoot, but how good you look shootin 01/16/06
    031 The Cowboys and Cowgirls of Western 3 Gun
    Western 3 Gun brings together the best gunhands in all of cowboy shooting; this week, we find out what makes them tick. 01/23/06
    032 Training a Gun Horse
    In the booming sport of Mounted Cowboy Action Shooting, it’s not just the cowboys and cowgirls who need special training. Training a “gun horse,” horse who is not only used to the gunfire but loves the game. 01/30/06
    033 King of the Cowboys
    The Roy Rogers museum in Branson Missouri holds a treasure trove of memories from the” King of the Cowboys” 02/06/06
    034 Remembering the Alamo
    Cowboy mounted shooters run hog wild during the reunion of cast and family members of the original John Wayne ALAMO — on the set of that classic movie! 02/13/06
    035 Hunting the Prairie Buffalo…in Period!
    Tequila joins firearms restoration expert Doug Turnbull and National Firearms Museum Curator Phil Schreier for a period buffalo hunt on the Kansas prairie. 02/20/06
    036 Young Guns
    There’s a whole new generation of cowboy action shooting champions — they’re fast, they’re committed…and they’re young. Lead Dispenser and Badlands Bud have set a whole new standard for cowboy action shooting, and here are their shooting secrets. 02/27/06
    037 SASS Convention
    Once a year, thousands of cowboys gather in Las Vegas to mix with the rodeo fans, find out the newest and best of cowboy action shooting and party like it’s 1899! 03/06/06
    038 Building a Rifle “Old School”
    Gunmaker Jim Fleming believes the best way to build a 19th century rifle is with 19th century tools. 03/13/06
    039 From Cow to Cowboy…Holsters, that is.
    Cowboy action shooting has led to a resurgence of classic leather holster-making, and leading the pack is the venerable Laredo, TX, holster-making family of Kirkpatrick Leather. 03/20/06


    BTW, we're putting together the SHOOTING GALLERY Challenge in February with 7 of the top shooters in the world on the toughest courses ever...you might be surprised at how many "top guns" prefer their resumes to a really tough challenge! LOL! You'll definitely see Jerry Miculek, Doug Koenig, Dave Sevigny, U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit ace Max Michel and cowboy superstar Holy Terror...and hopefully some of the other alledged "big dawgs" will see the light!

    The OUTDOOR CHANNEL is upping the contingency money at the STEEL CHALLENGE 2006 to $20,000 to anyone who can beat 72 seconds overall time in the match. Last year we were in for $10,000, with SIG chipping in an additional $10G. Three shooters were SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO close!!!

    We're also working with our pals at Ruger to create a .22 caliber 2-gun (rifle and pistol) practical match that is really going to rock!


    And you will NEVER EVER see any free time for BS "gun saftey" organizations whose real agenda is registration and confiscation!

    THANKS again...

    Michael B
  2. Mizzle187

    Mizzle187 Member

    Dec 7, 2005
    Thanks for the info! I have recently fell in love with Shooting Gallery! Great Show. To be honest with you Ive never seen Cowboys or even heard of it for that matter but I just set my DVR to record old and new shows!
  3. Hatton007

    Hatton007 Member

    Nov 20, 2005
    South Carolina

    Thank you. It is the only show I really watch every week.
    The Jeff Cooper show and The Sub-machine gun are my favorite episodes.
  4. nipprdog

    nipprdog Member

    Feb 20, 2004
    saw this on an episode last season. well worth watching. I believe one of our members competed in it this year. I think it was Zak Smith.

    thanx for the heads up!
  5. misANTHrope

    misANTHrope Member

    Dec 26, 2002
    Hixson, TN
    Love the show- definitely be watching!
  6. cz75bdneos22

    cz75bdneos22 Member

    Dec 25, 2002
    brownsville texas
    thanks, i'll be watching..:cool:
  7. Tim Burke

    Tim Burke Member

    Dec 24, 2002
    And since Michael didn't tell us...

    broadcast times this week are:
    Monday 1630 EST
    Wednesday 0300 EST
    Friday 2000 EST.
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