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You Will See It With Your Own Eyes and Still Not Believe It!,
This review is from: Bob Munden: Outrageous Shooting (DVD)
There are a few things that are indisputable in life such as: if you are reading this, then you are alive; and if you are alive, then at some point you will die; and Bob Munden IS "The Fastest Man With A Gun That EVER Lived!" Inarguable, undeniable, and indisputable!
This film showcases not only Bob's skill with ANY type of firearm, but you also get some brief glimpses of his wife Becky's skill with a firearm as well.
I grew up in Anaconda, Montana, which is a mere 30 miles from Butte, Montana, the home of Bob and Becky Munden. Needless to say, Bob has been an inspiration to me for a very long time and continues to be to this very day. His skill with a firearm is almost a thing of mythical legend instead of being grounded in reality. I never get tired of watching the technique of this incredibly skilled artisan with the firearm, whether it is his trademark six-shooter, a Kimber 1911, or any other of a host of handguns, rifles, and shotguns in which Bob is the Pablo Picasso of firearms. Watching him handle a firearm is truly a thing of amazing beauty.
One of his many demonstrations showcased in this film is where he takes a Kimber 1911 factory handgun right out of the box and proceeds to hit an egg, that's right you read it correctly an egg, at the seemingly incredible distance of 100 yards. YES, at 100 yards Bob hits a chicken egg with a factory model Kimber 1911 .45 auto. Incredible? Yes, for you and I, but for Bob, simply another day at the office.
Another spectacular demonstration is performed when Bob takes a stock 2 inch .38 special and hits a balloon at 200 yards, once again you read that correctly Bob shoots a balloon at 200 yards with a 2 inch .38 special. Amazing!
Another portion of this film that I found really enjoyable was some of the real early days of fast-draw competition from the early 60's. You can tell that this portion of the film was filmed originally in 8mm and appears grainy, but that just adds to the enjoyment of watching while Bob and Becky relive these moments with their very heartfelt narrations.
And don't forget to watch the bonus section which features Bob showing you just some of the techniques he uses to customize the Colt six-shooter. Very impressive!
You owe it to yourself to purchase this video and watch Bob as he performs some amazing skills with a firearm. You won't be disappointed!
Martial Artist/Krav Maga Instructor
NRA Firearms Instructor
Author and Creator of numerous books and DVD's.