The marksmen return to discuss their biggest challenges and triumphs throughout the season.
From the Kentucky Flintlock Pistol to Crossbows and Grenade launchers--an epic assortment of weapons are featured. Four marksmen gear up to blast their way through the home stretch with hopes of becoming History's next Top Shot.
Armed with a belt fed Browning 1919 machine gun mounted on an authentic World War II half track, shooters blast their way through an explosive individual challenge.
The competition features two challenges inspired by real life SWAT team scenarios. A physically demanding individual challenge leaves three shooters exposed for nomination.
Shooters reach the individual stage of the competition and immediately face an incredible challenge with the Accuracy International AWM Sniper Rifle--taking the longest shot in Top Shot history.
Top Shot season one winner Iain Harrison returns to school the competitors in British weaponry. The team challenge introduces a surprising twist, and one team bands together to conquer the task.
Contestants take aim at bowling pins, bottle openers and other specialty targets in an episode full of dazzling trick shots. One team's quarreling over strategy translates to a poor performance at the team challenge.
The biggest weapon in Top Shot history--a mighty 3.2 inch bag gun cannon--forces each team to work together. At the elimination challenge, a heated grudge match pits two shooters against each other using the fast-flying prehistoric atlatl throwing dart.
Teams employ pirate tactics in a challenge using the explosive Kentucky Flintlock Pistol. The competition flashes back to the 18th century in a high energy battle that requires coordination and focus.
As the field of marksmen narrows, one team holds an urgent meeting in an attempt to reconcile their differences. The team challenge features an ultra-modern, high-power crossbow that fires bolts at a stunning 350 feet per second.
Top Shot season 2 champion Chris Reed returns to instruct the shooters on several modern shotguns. One team crumbles in the team challenge, leading to a tense nomination discussion
Teams grapple with an explosive obstacle course and endure trench warfare conditions while firing the legendary Browning Automatic Rifle. And in a Top Shot first, two competitors duke it out in a fierce battle with a multi-shot grenade launcher.
Season Four begins with the biggest twist in Top Shot history: two competitors are sent packing immediately after a surprise shoot-off in the opening minutes of the first episode.
Competing for a $100K prize, a Bass Pro Shops shooting contract and the title of Top Shot, 18 of the country's finest and most diverse marksmen, from a New York farmer to a Long Island custodian, cock their hammers for a wild explosion through this HISTORY series' fourth season. Catch a FREE sneak peek now!
Never-before-seen footage reveals the inside scoop from all sixteen contestants. The marksmen return to discuss their biggest challenges and triumphs, life in the house, and reveal more secrets about the most exciting season yet of Top Shot.
The Final Four marksmen set their sights on the $100,000 prize and the title of Top Shot. In a series of intense challenges, one shooter attempts an unprecedented shot with the AK-47.
Mike is a Marine Corps-trained shooter who now teaches other marksmen the tricks of the trade at the U.S. Shooting Academy.
Terry and Michelle face a unique elimination challenge that requires precision timing.
Tara is a Chicago cop who served six years in the Marine Corps Reserve and was awarded "Top Gun" of her class in the FBI Firearms Instructor School.
Historical rifle expert Garry James walks us through the Kentucky long rifle.
Competing for a $100K prize, a Bass Pro Shops shooting contract and the title of Top Shot, 18 of the country's finest and most diverse marksmen - from a New York farmer to a Long Island custodian - cock their hammers for a wild explosion through this HISTORY series' fourth season.
Phil is a 3-gun shooter from Michigan who dropped the ball in Season 3 and is eager to finally prove his skills.
Get a sneak peek of the new season of Top Shot All-Stars, premiering Wednesday, May 29 at 10/9c.
Alex is a fan of trick shots and expects to be one of the underdogs as he aims his sights on clinching the title.
Greg is a federal law enforcement officer who learned from his mistakes in Season 4 and is ready to redeem himself by seizing the title.
William is an avid competitor whose misfire in Season 4 taught him that anything can happen on any given day.
Top Shot contestants share their thoughts on what they expect for this All-Star season.
The All-Star contestants are back for a second chance to shoot for the title of Top Shot.
Adam is a former Marine and bow-hunting guru who is seeking redemption after choking under the pressure in Season 1.
Kelly is a recent college graduate and international champion in long-range shooting who wants to prove that despite being young, he's a fierce competitor.