Student of the Gun TV Show

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I missed the original press release, but in case you did not hear about it, two weeks ago the Pursuit Channel began airing a new program called ‘Student of the Gun‘.

Student of the Gun will cover diverse topics that will include, but not be limited to, Concealed Carry, Practice and Training with Handguns, Rifles, and Shotguns, Modern AR parts and Accessories, Long Range Shooting, Gear and Accessories for the Armed Citizen, Alternate Uses of Force, Gunfights with Lights, Selecting and Zeroing Optics, Personal Survival and Rescue tools, Pocket Pistols, and much more.

Episode #1 is scheduled to premier on Tuesday June 28th, 2011. The program will air every Tuesday and Thursday. The Pursuit Channel is available in over 40 Million homes nationwide and is carried on Direct TV channel 608 PRST and Dish Network channel 240 HUNT. Please check listings for show times in your area.

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  • M Gallo

    I’m hoping this gets to Netflix sometime next year, as these guys were filming at the silencer shoot and it’d be cool to be on national TV. Poor OPSEC, I suppose, but cool nonetheless.

  • Tom Bender

    I watched an episode.
    They have a long way to go before they can be put up there with Clint Smith and Larry Vickers.
    The class room instruction and instructors were average at best.
    I will be curious to see what they do with long range and optics.
    I will stop here, nuff said.
    Opinions, if they listen will make for a better show and help putting a better lesson plan together.
    They should go to the Shot Show and have a booth where they can promote and get feed back and insight.
    If they want to step above and beyond the run of the mill shows out there, treat it like a business and not a bunch of pals going out for a day of shooting !
    I hope and trust this comment will help the fellas make a better go of it.
    If they wish, they can e-mail me at tbpropsfx@hotmail.com and I will get my resume to them and offer help to improve the show if they wish.