So the History Channel is re-running a show I caught earlier this week, Extreme Marksmen.
Gun-nuts will like it, and even those not so interested in things that go bang! should enjoy some of the ultra-high speed camera work. Seeing a bullet move in slow-mo and watching it hit something like a balloon is, to my mind, fascinating at 20,000 frames a second.
Among the shooters featured are some real dead-eyes. There's a guy, Tom Knapp, who can throw ten clay pigeons up the in air, and using a Benelli semi-automatic shotgun, break them all on the way down.
Jerry Miculek, the Ragin' Cajun, can draw his revolver, shoot it dry at a metal target ten yards away, reload it, and hit it six more times, in under five seconds.
Blindfolded -- did I mention?
Couple military snipers demo a mile shot.
Byron Ferguson puts an arrow through a wedding ring from fifteen feet, and then does the classic Robin Hood feat of hitting an arrow already in the target.
There are bits of history, some footage of Annie Oakley, and some other shots. Definitely worth a look.