Outdoor Channel, America’s Leader In Outdoor TV, stars top outdoor celebrities in action-packed episodes with special guest appearances and deep weaponry insight airing this week.
This week’s noteworthy episodes that are part of Outdoor Channel’s exhilarating fourth quarter programming lineup are:
“American Rifleman TV” [Wednesday 12/18 at 10:00 p.m. ET]: The ARTV crew heads to Epping, New Hampshire for a visit to Sig Sauer academy. There, Brian Sheetz – the NRA’s American Rifleman Senior Executive Editor – gives the audience a look at an entirely new firearm: SIG Sauer’s MPX. Then, viewers learn about the latest addition to Sturm, Ruger & Co. – the expanded M1911 pistol line, with a closer look at the SR M1911 Commander. The action continues with Remington, where this week Brian gets to shoot a vintage Remington 20 gauge shotgun.
“The Jackie Bushman Show” [Sunday 12/22 at 10:00 p.m. ET]: Host Jackie Bushman, the man behind Buckmasters – the nation’s leading deer hunting association, is off to New Mexico with a lucky Buckmasters sweepstakes winner. Their guest for the episode is none other than “Bone Collector’s” Michael Waddell. Viewers can also catch Chris Chastain in Alabama hunting with his muzzleloader. Tune in to see who harvests the whitetail and who aims for the mighty elk.
“Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors” [Sunday 12/22 at 11:00 p.m. ET]: Look no further for an all access pass into the life of Craig Morgan. Craig brings the camera crew along for a Fox & Friends interview in St. Louis between tour stops on his way to a show in Burlington, Iowa. From there, he meets up with good friends and Iowa natives, Lee and Tiffany Lakosky of “Crush with Lee & Tiffany.” Preview the antics this trio drums up with behind the scenes and on-stage footage from the episode on what life on the road is really like.
The fall TV season is winding down; the hunt is still on though! Tune in to Outdoor Channel to catch these special TV episodes featuring the network’s celebrity talent and their distinguished guest stars as they share their combined passion for the great outdoors.
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