Worlds fastest reloader?

#3
geek, BUT can he actually shoot the bloody thing????
 
#4
scorched_earth said:
Is this guy really skillful or just plain sad?????

http://www.m90.org/index.php?id=18792

Well Im impressed...........
If you watch competition shooters, you'll see that most of the top noggers can do much the same. If you really want to see an utterly amazing reload, watch Jerry Miculek. He set the world record of 2.99 seconds for six shots, reload, six shots on one target, but with a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver! Now that's what you call fast!

MsG
 
#5
Bugsy7 said:
scorched_earth said:
Is this guy really skillful or just plain sad?????

http://www.m90.org/index.php?id=18792

Well Im impressed...........
If you watch competition shooters, you'll see that most of the top noggers can do much the same. If you really want to see an utterly amazing reload, watch Jerry Miculek. He set the world record of 2.99 seconds for six shots, reload, six shots on one target, but with a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver! Now that's what you call fast!

MsG
Wow! was he using a Magnalox reloader rig or half moon clips? Either way that's really zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz etc.
 
#7
Themanwho said:
Bugsy7 said:
scorched_earth said:
Is this guy really skillful or just plain sad?????

http://www.m90.org/index.php?id=18792

Well Im impressed...........
If you watch competition shooters, you'll see that most of the top noggers can do much the same. If you really want to see an utterly amazing reload, watch Jerry Miculek. He set the world record of 2.99 seconds for six shots, reload, six shots on one target, but with a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver! Now that's what you call fast!

MsG
Wow! was he using a Magnalox reloader rig or half moon clips? Either way that's really zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz etc.
I sometimes envy ignorant fummducks like you! I'm sure it makes life a whole lot easier. :D :D :D

MsG
 
#9
Let's see how fast both these guys are when there are rounds coming back the other way!!!!

Slick drills straight out of the window me thinks, when the brown adrenelin starts pumping!!!
 
#10
Bugsy7 said:
scorched_earth said:
Is this guy really skillful or just plain sad?????

http://www.m90.org/index.php?id=18792

Well Im impressed...........
If you watch competition shooters, you'll see that most of the top noggers can do much the same. If you really want to see an utterly amazing reload, watch Jerry Miculek. He set the world record of 2.99 seconds for six shots, reload, six shots on one target, but with a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver! Now that's what you call fast!

MsG
Looks like a model 625 in 45 ACP reloading with a moon clip, but I could be wrong

That guy might be impressive, but he is not a patch on the late Ed McGivern:

http://www.chuckhawks.com/americans_guns_history.htm
The choice for "Best Handgunne Shooter" is the easiest selection of the three to make. Most authorities agree that the incomparable Ed McGivern was the best handgunner that ever lived. Some of his feats have never been duplicated, and his achievements have been recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records. Using an ordinary Smith & Wesson double action revolver, he could break six simultaneously hand thrown clay pigeons (standard trap targets) in the air, before any of them could hit the ground. He once fired 5 shots in 2/5 of a second, a record that has never been broken. He was also a master of the single action revolver and the autoloading pistol, but preferred the double action (police style) revolver because he could operate it faster than the autoloading pistol operated itself! Ed McGivern wrote a book called Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting, which tells exactly how he did what he did (no tricks, just superb reflexes and years of intensive practice). Read his book and start practicing, and you, too, can be a fast and fancy revolver shooter! Ed was born in 1874, and wrote his famous book in 1938.
 
#13
stoatman said:
Bugsy7 said:
scorched_earth said:
Is this guy really skillful or just plain sad?????

http://www.m90.org/index.php?id=18792

Well Im impressed...........
If you watch competition shooters, you'll see that most of the top noggers can do much the same. If you really want to see an utterly amazing reload, watch Jerry Miculek. He set the world record of 2.99 seconds for six shots, reload, six shots on one target, but with a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver! Now that's what you call fast!

MsG
Looks like a model 625 in 45 ACP reloading with a moon clip, but I could be wrong

That guy might be impressive, but he is not a patch on the late Ed McGivern:
That little film is actually Jerry Miculek. And I agree that he's not as good as McGivern. But he's still the best revolver artist in the world. He just missed McGiver's record of five shots in four-fifths of a second recently, but he did break McGivern's record of ten revolvers fired off in twenty seconds. Miculek did it in (I think) 17.3 seconds.

Both of them use(d) standard untuned .38 Special revolvers. That's also what Miculek used for his six + six trick. And he used a speed loader, not half or full-moon clips. If you watch carefully, you can see it fall away as he slams the cylinder shut.

MsG
 

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