The 3-Gun Nation Television series, which is produced by The National 3-Gun Association of Lexington, SC, has been added to the Pursuit Channel lineup. Beginning Q3 2013, hour-long formats will appear Fridays at 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. and Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. EST.
“3-Gun Nation Television is a model for those Americans who understand the fun and safety of recreational and competitive shooting,” said Rusty Faulk, CEO of Pursuit Channel. “Only a handful of networks in our great country are comfortable with the promotion of patriotic, law-abiding men and women safely enjoying their Constitutional rights to own and use modern sporting rifles, tactical shotguns and the pistols that help win our wars and put food on our tables,” Faulk continued. “That Pursuit Channel understands and embraces the values of a show like 3-Gun Nation is what sets it apart.”
“Pursuit Channel is a terrific venue for 3-Gun,” said Pete Brown, producer of 3-Gun Nation Television and the co-founder and President of The National 3-Gun Association. “Becoming part of a broadcast family that’s clearly pro-Second Amendment is sure to benefit our partners, our viewers and the future of 3-gun sports,” said Brown, whose programming portfolio includes shows for NRA, NWTF and NSBA.
3-Gun Nation Television, www.3gunnation.com, was formed with one mission: To promote practical shooting by shining a light on amateur and professional shooters alike, as well as the guns, gear and lifestyle that define the high-octane sport of 3-gun competition.
The hosts of 3-Gun Nation are Chad Adams and Patrick Kelley, with special guest host Mark Willis. Willis, a country music artist whose “Nineteen Something” was voted the #2 song of the decade by Billboard, is a recent and fervent 3-gun shooter. He balances 3-Gun Nation events across the country with tour stops for his new album, “Looking for America.” To date, Willis has travelled to Afghanistan and Iraq six times to perform for service members.
Adams, a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, began covering the firearm industry eight years ago as the assistant editor of the NRA’s Shooting Illustrated magazine. Adams eventually moved to the NRA’s flagship magazine, American Rifleman, where he ultimately served as managing editor.
Kelley is a veteran 3-gunner who is widely regarded as the sport’s best Heavy Metal-division competitor. With numerous championships to his credit, Kelly, who finished 14th in the country on last season’s 3GN Pro Series Tour provides expert color commentary and analysis for Pro Series matches in 2013.
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