Smith & Wesson Team Captain to Appear on H2's "Top Guns" Tonight

Smith & Wesson announced today that Team Captain Julie Golob is scheduled to appear on the new History Channel show “Top Guns” on the H2 Channel tonight at 10/9 PM Central.

Golob will discuss popular competition shooting handguns with host Colby Donaldson in this week’s special. She will go over the feature benefits of multiple Smith & Wesson handguns, including the M&P40 Pro Series, the Model 625 JM and the Pro Series 1911 in 9mm. After the discussion the firearms will be put through their paces in a fast paced, healthy competition.

Want to find out more? History Channel has sneak peak of tonight’s episode available online:

For updates, stay tuned to Guns.com. For full episodes or more information on the show find Top Guns on the History Channel’s webpage. Those who are interested in learning more about Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center and Pro Series lines check out their website. More information on Team Captain Julie Golob, a list of her accomplishments and her blog can be found at juliegolob.com. For all breaking gun news, keep browsing Guns.com’s news feeds.

 

 

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