now that is the kind of gun control americans should have, he won;t have to ever worry if he should ever need to use it
Um... it seems to me there must have been a good deal of luck involved to hit that target at that range with a hand-held pistol.
It's hard enough to do it with a rifle supported on a bipod, unless there is a whole lot of electronics that does the firing for the shooter.
I agree...95% skill, 5% luck...He's a professional shooter...I wish I was that good at something.
And a very steady hand... at arm's length, if the muzzle of the pistol was only 1 mm off in elevation or azimuth, the bullet would be off by about a yard when it reached the target, and that doesn't even take windage into account.
whoa tinkerbell is that a gun in your pocket or are you getting excited about guns, or both
I've had an interest in firearms since I was little...
The rest is just simple physics.
nothing more empowering then a woman with a gun, i wouldn't' t trust this girls judgment on the street yet but she looks like she has fun on the range.
And nobody better mess with her when she grows up!
guns are the one precaution that your disappointed that you never get to use right??
No, I would never wish to have to use one on somebody.
Sort of like nuclear weapons on a small scale.
For some reason, I get the feeling that there's a remote controlled needle behind the balloon,..
Even for a 1000 yards, that seemed like it took too long..
I guess it's possible and I wouldn't get in a shootout with him, for proof.
"I guess it's possible and I wouldn't get in a shootout with him, for proof."