This time, it’s a precision rifle competition that will test more than just the shooter’s ability to make a shot. The Bushnell Brawl is a one-of-a-kind physical and mental challenge at Rifle’s Only in Texas. And the story of the odd looking Enfield Revolver that’s now one of History’s Guns. Plus, Ladies’ Concealed Carry Class and what we found they needed and preferred in guns and gear.
In the sport of precision rifle competition, one would expect the emphasis would be on the shooters ability to make long shots accurately in varying conditions. And that is true, but it is only one part of the challenge competitors’ face when they step onto the ranges at Rifles Only in Texas to compete in the Bushnell Brawl. John Scoutten joined them to report the story that would be one part long range shooting and one part confidence course, extreme physical challenge.
Women’s Concealed Carry Class
All across this country, it’s a movement…women buying the new small pistols and then qualifying to carry concealed. In the majority of the states that requires an 8-hour class and qualifying on the range to prove good gun skills. Mike Irvine reports our story on one group of new firearm owners, who are focused on personal protection.