Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- It is officially the World Championship of Cowboy Action Shooting, but Covid made End of Trail homeless until an Indiana club offered to host the first World Championship East of the Mississippi. It turned out to be a huge success, offering access to shooters who never would have made the trip to New Mexico.
Plus, Trevor Baucom’s Adaptive Shooter Summit brings disabled vets into the shooting sports, with the support of the firearms industry.
Julie Golob has a home range practice drill to get ready to shoot the Barricades at Bianchi.
And James Jean is spinning himself silly, creating a clay-breaking Impossible Shot.
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