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WOW. That guy has some eyesight not to mention handspeed. Thanks for this.
 

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I cant even begin to phatom how he is capable of this. Geez if he lived in the 1800,s where and when all the fast draw gunslingers thrived, they wouldnt have had a chance against this guy.
 

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He has been around for some time now, first saw him in 1998 when he was on a shooting show. You should see him toss up an aspirin tablet and shoot it.

There is one thing to be fast and another to be a "gunslinger" facing another person drawing down and killing someone.
 

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Here is a modern day S&W fast shot, 6 shots, reload and 6 more on target in 2.9 seconds:



Jerry Miculek.

I have seen Jerry at one of our local gun store/S&W event, to see him throw a loaded moon clip in a revolver as a reload is just amazing. He shoots and reloads faster than a fast auto.
 

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gcwimmer said:
He has been around for some time now, first saw him in 1998 when he was on a shooting show. You should see him toss up an aspirin tablet and shoot it.

There is one thing to be fast and another to be a "gunslinger" facing another person drawing down and killing someone.
I dont question that for a minute, but what I,m eluding to,is that most gunslingers werent so fast but very accurate. They shot from longer distances or shot ya in the back,or drew down on ya ,with out warning. Or maybe Ive watched too much TV.
 

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I have seen both those guys on TV in a lot of different contests and stuff. It is amazing what they are able to do. I wish I had the money to practice all day long everyday.
 
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