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Old 12-10-2010, 05:53 PM   #11
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Bob Munden is also one of those "old" guys. Now.



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he is stupid fast but he isnt accurate. that part is a stage trick. the reason he uses ballons is that the burning powder residue from the blank cartridge sprays a cone some 3 odd feet in diameter with hot particles. he wouldnt be able to hit the target that fast if it was a can bottle clay pigeon etc using real bullets. blanks have no recoil. he would never get a second shot that fast with a real bullet.



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he is stupid fast but he isnt accurate. that part is a stage trick. the reason he uses ballons is that the burning powder residue from the blank cartridge sprays a cone some 3 odd feet in diameter with hot particles. he wouldnt be able to hit the target that fast if it was a can bottle clay pigeon etc using real bullets. blanks have no recoil. he would never get a second shot that fast with a real bullet.
Bob Munden is fast and accurate. I have seen him do live round fast draw and he does hit what he is shooting at. He is also a great all around shot with pistol and rifle. Know your facts before you speak.

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Regardless of all the bashing, it's really entertaining to watch.

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There's an old expression: "It ain't braggin' if you can do it."

I'm not enamored of his personality, but the man can shoot fast and accurately.

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HOLY COW!!!! And I saw him shoot and split a playing card in 2 sideways so he IS accurate.

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D-bag really called it. But when you can back up what you claim, should you really be required to be nice about it?

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Twisted, that sound a lot more realistic

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I'm not 100% sure what this has to do with Bob Munden, but I had to reply anyway. Unless my old, frazzled mind is in worse shape than I thought, a .45 acp fmj will knock em down with a lot more authority than any 9mm fmj, neither of which are "specialty" loads. Of course when you start talking "specialty" loads, either one will do ya good, IF ya hit what yer aimin' at.



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