Exhibition shooters on the History Channel

This is a discussion on Exhibition shooters on the History Channel within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I had the pleasure of watching Jerry Miculek at the Steel Cup Challenge in 1993. He missed the 6th steel plate, and had to reload. ...

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    I had the pleasure of watching Jerry Miculek at the Steel Cup Challenge in 1993. He missed the 6th steel plate, and had to reload. His time was 4 seconds flat with a reload! A young man named Jethro Dyanesio (SP) set a new worlds record on the 6 steel plates that day; 1.59 seconds. The "Dream Team", the top 10 shooters in the game were there that day. They are all unbelievable; most shot sub 2 second times on the steel plates.
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    The sharpshooters special is definately worth the watch. Though the entire show was amazing, the shot that really stuck in my mind (besides the speed shooting) was when (I believe it was Tom Knapp) shot an aspirin out of the air with a .22 rifle! Simply amazing.
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    A few years ago I watched a show where a man took a brand new .38 revolver and traced his hand on the target. He then shot all six shots into the drawing of his hand so fast it sounded like a single shot. I can't remember the actual time. When I first watched it I thought he messed up and only fired one round. He then made a comment about people whining about the "stock trigger pull".
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