US Army Marksmanship Unit Premiers on Video Shooting Lessons for Military, Law Enforcement and Civilian Pistol and Shotgun Enthusiasts Now Available Online

Share Article announces the launch of United States Army Marksmanship Unit Pro Tips Shooting Lessons, now available online through a partnership with the award-winning television series Shooting USA.

We see this relationship as a clear indication of our credibility in providing the very best in television programming for our growing viewership.

    Shooting USA Television has joined more than 80 outdoor sports television producers in offering segments of their programming to a worldwide audience at the Internet's largest network for high-quality video, More than twelve-hundred television videos are now available to DSL and Cable Internet users, giving the website a commanding lead in the marketplace for first-rate video streaming entertainment.

"We've used the internet for years to stay in touch with our audience," commented Jim Scoutten, executive producer of Shooting USA. "Now we're able to make our show content available world-wide, thanks to our partnership with MyOutdoorTV. The fans are telling us they're thrilled and our sponsors are delighted with the additional visibility," Scoutten said.

In addition to making the Army Pro Tips available through its website and at, MyOutdoorTV also streams Shooting USA segments on manufacturers such as Blackhawk and ZM Weapons, as well as the International Sniper Competition recently held at Fort Benning, GA.

In the few days the instruction segments have been available online, Scoutten said he's received messages from Police Departments using the series in their officer training programs, and from competitive shooters working to improve their skills. "You can't do better than to get instruction from the Army's top champions," Scoutten said.

Visitors to can also watch their favorite hunting and fishing shows, such as Jimmy Houston Outdoors and North American Hunter, as well as programming from state wildlife agencies such as Texas, Ohio and Tennessee. "We're excited to add Shooting USA and the US Army Pro Tips segments to our extensive line-up," said Jeff Recker, Director of Marketing for MyOutdoorTV. "We see this relationship as a clear indication of our credibility in providing the very best in television programming for our growing viewership." is the world's largest internet network for Outdoor TV Programming, streaming over 80 shows on shooting sports, hunting, fishing, and boating. The website also hosts radio shows, Travel and Cooking sections, and the new State Explorer. For more information, visit

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