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This is a discussion on Top Shot Competion within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I like the show. Especially the creativity of the various setups. Heck, I think it would be a LOT of fun to compete, and maybe ...

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    I like the show. Especially the creativity of the various setups. Heck, I think it would be a LOT of fun to compete, and maybe even more fun to think up innovative scenarios.

    Like others, I also watch R Lee Ermey's 'Lock n Load'. He's a real hoot, and a pretty fine shot too!

    Truly, the only way to watch any show these days is via DVR, to FF through the BS and never-ending commercials.
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    I'm streaming it as we speak on History Channel's website.

    Like everyone else, I hope there's less cliquey, drama BS than last season.

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    I watched the 1st episode of Season 3 last night without the benefit of the DVR and it was OK. I do like being able to FF through all of the non shooting parts. Anybody ever done a 1000 yard shot like they had in Season 2? The episode where they were shooting at an axe blade in order to bust balloons on either side was pretty cool. I am amazed at how good these folks are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    DVR is possibly one of the neatest inventions out there in electronic entertainment. Love it. I am gonna watch Top Shot tonight at my leisure because of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDE101 View Post
    I watched the first two seasons, but missed last night. Hope to catch a rerun (nice thing about History, Discover, etc. channels--they show the programs several times during the week). Unfortunately, I don't have a DVR. Probably should get one. I hope they don't have as much "drama" this season! I want to see the shooting, not a bunch of drama queens! I didn't mind the cliqueishness of the military guys last season as much as I minded the "know it all" golf pro dude who wouldn't listen to anyone else and refused to listen to the instructions given by the "pros". I was amazed he lasted as long as he did! Hope this season is better.

    Watch it on the History channels web site.
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