We visit Doug Turnbull who does magic with guns. In this video, we look at the production of the SASS Wild Bunch 1911 and other restoration guns.
In this episode, Shooting Gallery travels to Tombstone, Arizona, to revisit the Gunfight at the OK Corral. With the help of Phil Spangenberger, Sheriff Jim Wilson and Larry Mudgett, we take a look at the gunfight from a different perspective. Watch Trailer and Check Airtimes here…
In this episode of Gun Stories, it is all about Samuel Colt and his invention of the revolver that changed the world. The ability to fire five or six rounds without reloading made a huge difference in the history of firearms. Sam Colt set a standard, but his 1873 Single Action Army was a model […]
What could be more fun than shooting John Browning’s classic 1911 .45ACP pistol. The old war horse bucks and roars in your hand and you’re right there in the middle of Sam Peckinpah’s Wild Bunch, one of the greatest westerns ever made. We are at the World Championship of Wild Bunch Shooting outside of Albuquerque, […]
On the eve of his induction into the Hall of Great Western Performers, actor/producer Tom Selleck sat down for an interview with Don Reeves. Selleck recounts an incredible career in western filmmaking and what he is up to now. The interview was shot on April 16, 2010 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum […]
In the Old West, the difference between going hungry and a hot meal, was a person’s shooting ability and to be able to make that long rifle shot. In this episode of Cowboys, our focus is on the big bore long range rifles. Airtimes: On Outdoor Channel, Wednesday 10-13-10 at 7:00PM and 11:30PM, Thursday 10-14-10 […]
Today, the best selling handguns in the US are pocket pistols, carried in the pocket for self defense. Things haven’t changed – in the wildest days of the American West, the most popular handgun was also the pocket pistol. The guns may have been small, but the roar was loud. Airtimes: On Outdoor Channel, Wednesday […]
In fact, Chugwater is famous for its chili, although “famous” might mean something entirely different in rural Wyoming, where the only thing I’ve seen in the last hour of driving are antelopes. No matter, we’re just passing through on the way to Deadwood, SD, and Wild Bill Hickock’s grave. Last week the crew and I […]