Colt Sponsored Shooter to Appear on NBC Show "Hot Shots"

Colt sponsored 3-gun shooter, Clint Upchurch, will appear on NBC Sports Network’s “Hot Shots” this Sunday and is likely 

Clint Upchurch is a shooter who has been featured on  popular NBC Sport Network show “3 Gun Nation”, his accomplishments include four consecutive Open titles, including Adam Arms Ozark 3-Gun Championship, Superstition Mountain Mystery 3-Gun and the Blue Ridge Mountain 3-Gun. The producers of “Hot Shots” met Upchurch while filming a segment on shooter Jerry Miculek.

“Of course his shooting skills are impressive, but beyond that he is just a humble, all-American guy who has a great story to tell about becoming a part of Colt,” said Brian Speciale, President of “Hot Shots”, “When we looked to introducing 3-gun shooting on the show, it was obvious that Upchurch was the shooter we wanted to profile.”

Hot Shots airs on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. EST on the new NBC Sports Network (formerly Versus).

For updates, stay tuned to Guns.com. A preview of Upchurch’s appearance on “Hot Shots” can be found on the show’s YouTube channel, while those who would like to know more about the show can find information at hotshotsnbc.com. For all breaking gun news, keep browsing Guns.com’s news feeds.

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