Outdoor Channel Adds Gun-Focused Programming For Next Season

The Outdoor Channel is preparing new and returning TV shows for next year that will focus on guns, hunting and shooting

Among the returning shows is “MidwayUSA’s Gun Stories,” which features “Criminal Minds” star Joe Mantegna. The show features history, gun reviews and enough slow-motion footage of automatic gun fire to satisfy any gun-loving couch potato. Another promising show will focus on character-centric stories that revolve around real S.W.A.T. members.

And because reality TV and high-stakes competitions seem to be all the rage these days, the Outdoor Channel will be including “Elite Tactical Unit” to its roster. The series will feature teams led by Special Forces commanders going up against each other for fame and fortune in a number of tactical, military, and shooting competitions.

For those of you who like a much more old-fashioned style of hunting, “Red Arrow,” “Live 2 Hunt,” and “Outfitter Bootcamp” fill feature hunting with bow and arrow. By the looks of it, the Outdoor Channel should include something for just about everybody.

For updates, stay tuned to Guns.com. For more information on the Oudoor Channel, visit their website. For all breaking gun news, keep browsing Gun.com’s news feeds.
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