Top Shot Reloaded: Season 2 [DVD]
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Sixteen fearless marksmen take aim for the $100,000 prize and the title of Top Shot. The all-new cast of 14 men and 2 women face more intense challenges and surprising twists inspired by history. Trials include shooting from the back of a moving vehicle, shooting while hanging from a 125-foot crane or while being turned upside down.
You ll see the iconic "Tommy Gun" and .44 Magnum -- but not just firearms, the marksmen's skills will also be tested with tomahawks, compound bows, and blow guns. High-speed HD cameras capture the skillful execution of each test in extreme slow motion. Survivor contestant Colby Donaldson returns as host of HISTORY s first elimination series where every contender must possess speed, precision and skill. In the end, only one can be the Top Shot."
Includes all 13 episodes on 4 discs, plus over 85 minutes of exclusive bonus.
BONUS FEATURES: Extended Team Selection; Weapons Rundown; Anatomy of a Shot
DISC 1: Sharpshooter Surprise / Shoot or Be Shot / Uphill Battle / Compound Fracture
DISC 2: Quickfire Face-off / Bury The Hatchet / Trick Shot Showdown II
DISC 3: Catch .22 / The 1000 Yard Shot / The Shakedown / Down To The Wire
DISC 4: Season Two Finale / Behind the Bullet / Bonus
Top Customer Reviews
Season 2 in the other hand was dull and boring, and I caught myself yelling at my tv towards the end of the competition.
I hate the contestants involved and the whole bedroom clique was really annoying to watch. I couldn't even watch the last two episodes because of George. George if you ever read this, your a d***head. As for Ashley, you suck and can't even shoot.
Season Two of "Top Shot" doesn't reinvent the formula of the first season. It does, however, try to liven things up. This season there are sixteen competitors (14 men and 2 women) striving to avoid the episodic eliminations. While some of the weapons and challenges claim to be inspired by history (as a nod to the network), this component is not as developed as it might be. Various stunts include shooting from a moving vehicle or while being suspended and new weapons are introduced. In addition to a variety of guns, the show also samples other weapons such as blow guns, bows, and hatchets.Read more ›
From primitive weapons, to modern weapons, there is probably something you haven't seen or used yourself. The competitions themselves are innovative as well; some really turn the competitors on their heads.
The 'House' drama aspect of the first four seasons is my only complaint about he show, but minor to me, since I watch for the competitions and weapons.
If you like watching men and women shoot difficult targets, as well as some trick shots, and like seeing many different types of weapons, then I think you'll like these seasons.
I was really disappointed and I doubt now if I will ever watch the other seasons of this show, especially after hearing that two of the three final contestants return in later seasons as instructors. Knowing that, I can't help be a little suspicious that the producers of this show didn't set things up just so to make the second season show more controversial.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good show. For the shooting hobbyist a great show, especially since there aren't that many shows around the shooting sport.Published 5 months ago by cica_trix
We really enjoy watching this series. The competition is very interesting, the people are from different parts of the U.S., and the whole show is quite amazing! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lesly Wiemann
Was great to watch, I have all the seasons that were produced.Published 10 months ago by D. D. White
Like all reality shows they eventually turn into survivor with alliances etc. that form. I do not think the person who won was the top shot but should run for political office the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by jlbjr
Very interesting series with lots of different weapons. This season seemed to be more pistol intensive. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Eric D. Dobbs