This Week on Shooting USA: Classic 1911s Compete
By Elise Fox
Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- It’s classic pistol competition as Colonel Jeff Cooper first created the combat sport. More than 400 USPSA members compete in Barry, Illinois with single-stack 1911’s, in the biggest championship competition of the year, the Single Stack Nationals. We break down the action as the top men and women compete for the National Championship Titles.
Plus, the history behind the John Browning 1911 Government Model. The famous sidearm with a treasured past is clearly one of History’s Guns.
And the little known museum in Alabama with nearly 8,000 weapons collected by an American spy in World War Two. We go inside the Berman Museum and inside the vault in Anniston. Tune in to Outdoor Channel!
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