This upgraded Glock has a few key features that helps with accuracy and speed.
Join us as we meet Chris from Top Shot.
See how contestants describe Top Shot in one word.
Both teams struggle to master the crossbow in this elimination challenge
Affordability and versatility make the classic .22 a popular choice among rifle enthusiasts.
This civilian semi-automatic handgun was designed as a close range weapon with minimal recoil. The sights aren't adjustable which makes this challenge particularly difficult for the marksmen.
Introduced to the US Army in 1877, the Hotchkiss Mountain Gun was the first breach loading modern canon in the US artillery and is capable of firing up to 3500 yards.
Craig Sawyer and Jaimie Franks test out three of the top automatic rifles from the WWI Browning Automatic Rifle to the futuristic PS90.
Jamie is a Navy rescue swimmer and wants to prove that he's the pride of the Navy.
Watch actual home footage of the contestants finding out they were chosen to compete for the title of History's next Top Shot.
Historical rifle expert Garry James walks us through the Kentucky long rifle.
Blue and Red go head to head in a challenge that's all about speed and accuracy.
Terry and Michelle face a unique elimination challenge that requires precision timing.
Jake takes on a leadership role in the Blue Team and helps them win the team challenge.
Both Red and Blue struggle with the team challenge but only one will come out on top.
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