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Top Shot All-Star Gary Quesenberry

Competitive Shooting

Top Shot All-Stars — Zip or Ship

In this episode, they brought back the Wheel of Fire challenge from TS3. This was a good display of skilled shooting, in challenging conditions, and now that only five remain, it really is coming down to the wire. Read this to learn who zipped and who shipped.

Top Shot All-Star Jamie Franks

Competitive Shooting

Top Shot All-Stars — Long-Range

Okay, now THIS is why people watch Top Shot! It was nice to see the producers mix it up last night by introducing a long-range rifle challenge. With only 11 competitors left, this was a good event to test their marksmanship skills. Let me set this up; Marines complete their marksmanship training at the 500-yard line, with iron sights, and no bipod. That’s a hell of a long shot, and small errors easily throw the round off target. I’ve never shot at a target a mile away, but I know that even with a scope and bipod, the slightest deviation will cause a miss of several feet. Make no mistake; this was a high-level marksmanship challenge. Long-range shooting is half art and all science.

Competitive Shooting

Top Shot All-Stars — Shooting Dice

Who will stay, who will go? Top Shot Season 5 All-Stars “shooting dice” — Chris and Brian are the big hitters, like King Kong and Godzilla. Brian lost a little focus, and Chris knocked em’ down, 6 – 2. Proof that nerves can affect anyone.

Competitive Shooting

Top Shot All-Stars: Medieval Challenge

In Top Shot All-Stars episode 4, they chose a primitive weapon, the longbow. I love primitive weapon challenges on Top Shot, because they prove a shooter’s versatility, and level the playing field. Upon seeing the longbow, Chris Cerino called it “the great equalizer,” and it definitely was. For anyone not familiar with shooting bows, and particularly primitive bows, there is an art to it, and it takes a lot of practice to be really good.