Vocalist and gun enthusiast Phil Labonte of Massachusetts metallers ALL THAT REMAINS has been tapped as a regular guest on the third season of the television series "3-Gun Nation".The series, which is hosted by country artist Mark Wills, airs Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. on the East Coast and Sundays at 7:30 a.m. on the NBC Sports Network. The season-long, head-to-head challenge features two lead singers receiving instructional sessions from pro 3-Gunners while comparing their individual progress throughout the experience. Wills explains, "I really enjoyed myself filming this season. Even though Phil and I play opposite music we both share a common passion for firearms and the 2nd amendment. It was fun to shoot with him and compete with a fellow lead singer and student of the game." Labonte adds, "I love my music, but when I'm not on tour, I spend a lot of my time shooting. I have a lot of friends in the firearm industry, and I enjoy promoting the second amendment however I can. I'm pretty new to 3-Gun so I'm on a major learning curve. However, I can honestly say I'm pretty much addicted to it now." This season of "3-Gun Nation" will feature Wills and Labonte being trained by some of 3-Gun's best shooters, including Colt's Clint Upchurch and team Noveske pros Jansen Jones and Rob Romero. Romero, a champion 3-Gunner, is also "3-Gun Nation"'s director of competition for the 2012 3GN Pro Series. "Both Mark and Phil are accomplished musicians; however, they represent the average guy getting started into the game," Romero said. "You're not going to be as fast and accurate as us guys on TV overnight; it takes time and practice. We were able to break 3-Gun courses down for the common, everyday shooter who wants to get started." A short video clip of Labonte's appearance on "3-Gun Nation" can be seen below.