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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by willfully armed, Dec 11, 2012.
We lost the greatest.
That man will be missed! Was one of my favorites!
Damn. Sad loss.
R.I.P. bob munden
guns are good
guns are great
please Lord help those who us hate
give us this day our daily lead
and hunting land we'll call a spread
if i should die here on this day
i pray for guns in heaven for which to play
dont know him. give some info. thanks.
Bob Munden (February 8, 1942 - December 10, 2012) Kansas City, Missouri, United States, is a world-renowned exhibition shooter with all types of firearms, but is most well known for holding 18 world-records in Fast Draw and holding the title, "Fastest Man with a Gun Who Ever Lived."
Easy now. Don't call someone ignorant for asking a simple question. Instead, answer that question.
I've enjoyed watching Bob Munden on Impossible Shots on the Outdoor channel for the last few years. He was an amazing man with a gun, not only fast, but accurate as well.
Sorry that he is gone.
The guy was truly amazing. Like smoke & mirrors but real.
Too bad, he was an amazing shot and I bet he was a pretty cool guy too.
Rest in peace Bob.
RIP Bob. Damned good shot and he was willing to tell you so himself.
As I tell my kids if your that good it's not bragging it's being honest.
You are truly correct! We lost a great friend of the shooting sport! We all should bow with a moment of silence for Bob! And remember him for all of his contributions to the shooting sport.
Absolutely true. I did not mean to imply otherwise.
I met the man at a gun show in jeff city. He was a great man to talk to. He was very down to earth and loved our sport. Another great man and gun advocate gone. Vaya Con Dios Bob.
RIP Bob...you were an amazing shot...
He was a very famous pistol smith and well known citizen of Butte, Montana. He said he never tasted alcohol and never smoked a cigarette. He said his down fall was fast food from McDonalds.