Sixteen skilled shooters arrive from around the country to live together, put their marksmanship skills to the test, and compete for the $100,000 prize and title of Top Shot. Divided into two teams, they face off in an obstacle course incorporating unfamiliar rifles from different eras. After a surprising mistake, two unlikely competitors compete in a long-distance sniper challenge that sends the first contestant home. Actor and adventurer Colby Donaldson hosts.
This week, contestants' pistol skills are put to the test with the slide-action Beretta, the weapon that replaced the iconic revolver. Teams go "down the tubes" in a challenge that forces them to rank their own accuracy. Two competitors then face off in a surprise zipline challenge to determine who gets eliminated. Colby Donaldson hosts.
Contestants compete with the legendary longbow. A breakout performance gives one team immunity, while two competitors from the losing team face off on the William Tell challenge in which they'll have to hit a series of apples with a crossbow.
There are 13 contestants left and a critical skill is put to the test: the split-second judgment that determines whether you hit a friend or foe. Meanwhile, rising tension begins to threaten the strength of the teams.
Using muzzle-loading weapons from the revolutionary era, contestants compete in an old-fashioned frontier face off. Meanwhile, a heated conflict in one team erupts and plays out in the elimination challenge.
The Wild West is the inspiration for challenges that not only test competitors' accuracy, but also speed and strategy. In the first challenge, targets fly in an extreme shooting gallery. Halfway through the competition, a rule change forces contestants to start evaluating their own teammates.
Zachary G. Behr
John J. McLaughlin
Eric "Iggy" Keyes
Marksmen contest features ace gun skills, but little drama.
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