Bob Munden the quickest Fast Draw that ever lived. He was recorded shooting .16 of a second in an event called Walk and Draw Level.
Bob Munden the quickest Fast Draw that ever lived. He was recorded shooting .16 of a second in an event called Walk and Draw Level. from sports
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This is actually super impressive
As an American, this has got to be the most American thing I’ve ever witnessed. Lmao
Canadian here. Need advice competing. Bolt action gets jammed.
.16 seconds is eight times more than “two one hundredths”
“Do you need a count?”
*Takes off hat. Looks at two bloody exit holes in the back of it. *
“Well…that ain’t good!”
We need him against west world robots
Props to the camera guy standing between 2 targets
This is outrageously quick!
Impressive trick shooter and fast draw! If you want to see an all around better shooter, check out Jerry Miculek!
Why does he sweep his off hand across his body almost Infront of the muzzle?
“What’s something faster then you do?”
Speed of light.
HA amateur *pulls out sex tape!*
Kinda looks like Mr. Ernst from Salute Your Shorts.
“nobody does anything faster than what I do with guns”
My wife would disagree…
This is the equivalent to that meme where someone slightly unsheaths a sword and closes it again quickly and then the thing infront of them is cut in half.
“You cocky motherfucker, speed of light, fastest thing a human can do. Sure buddy.”
“There should be more men so humble on this earth.”
Reminds me of the Waco Kid from the movie ‘Blazing Saddles’ :
Isn’t .16 under 2/10 of a second not 2/100th of a second? Hard to believe he miss-spoke with those big balls
I like how humble he is
At least he is modest
Although Munden was remarkable, I was never particularly impressed. For a number of reasons that are not likely to be apparent to non-shooters.
First, he used a “holster” that the revolver almost “lay” in rather than in the manner of a normal holster. Second, the weapon was modified with an enlarged hammer for the “fanning” style that he used. Finally, much of this shooting was “balloon busting” with blanks, with little accuracy required.
So the entire effort is engineered to take the least amount of time, and is hardly a practical rig.
In contrast….. The late Chief Border Patrol inspector Bill Jordan, using a standard police revolver and a standard police “Border Patrol” type holster, was able to draw, fire, and hit the K-zone of a 7-yard standard Silhouette target in .27 seconds…. Including reaction time.
That’s only marginally less time than Mr. Munden, with a rig that police officers used normally, and required an actual hit on the target with live ammunition.
At first, I’m like, this dude does talk a lot of shit. Speed of light my ass.
2 seconds later: I retract my previous statement and would like to apologize. I’m not accustomed to people who talk shit actually being able to back it up on the spot. I bid you good day sir.
One of the few times I’ve seen someone real cocky about something. And be like “yeah, be cocky that’s fucking insane”
He’s pretty good. No Raylan Givens, but pretty good.
Fun fact: he came to our high school in the late 60’s and did a demo. My basketball teammates volunteered me to draw against him.
Blanks shooting at a ‘target’ that was just a box that would turn on a red light bulb when the shock wave hit it. He could draw, fire, and reholster his pistol before the hammer on my pistol struck the primer. To be clear, I was just holding my pistol at arm’s length, already cocked and aimed. We were on opposite sides of the basketball court with the target in the middle.
After three tries, he let me get half way closer to the target. It didn’t help. I lost every round.