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The Weapon Hunter, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

A shootout between five WWII sniper rifles and two Civil War cannons. A massive rebuild of a tank destroyer and the fierce Quad 50 mobile machine gun. An epic cross-continent hunt for an ultra-rare rifle and an operational flamethrower. Military history buff Paul Shull is on a mission to touch, hold, and fire some of the greatest pieces of weaponry on the planet. Get an up-close look at some of the most iconic weapons of the last 150 years and witness the awesome firepower they still have.

Customer Reviews

GREAT series.....

Smithsonian Channel does good documentaries, and this series shows they and their Canadian production company is doing it right. Thanks for carrying this, iTunes & Apple TV!

Love this guy

Paul is an excellent host for this show, he shows the passion that many of us show towards these rare and unique items that changed history. My new favorite show!

The Weapon Hunter

Paul is relentless in his pursuit of military history. LOVE this guy! Thank you Smithsonian for bringing to light history that is NOT taught in our school books — but is critical to know these things existed — and especially for the tribute to the men that had “been there and done that.” Keep up the good work...

The Weapon Hunter, Season 1
View in iTunes $12.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Released: Oct 05, 2015
  • CCin English

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Smithsonian Channel

Watch The Weapon Hunter Mondays at 8 p.m. on Smithsonian Channel