Even if you're not familiar with the world of competitive shooting, you may have heard of Jerry Miculek. He's known as "The Greatest Shooter of All Time," and for good reason: He holds 19 world records shooting for speed and accuracy (at last count), even beating the record of the legendary Ed McGivern by shooting six shots each from 10 different revolvers in 17.12 seconds. As a founding member of Team Smith & Wesson, Miculek visited us here at NRA HQ to show us that he's just as impressive with a Smith & Wesson M&P45 Shield as he is with a revolver. (If you look closely at the lead image, you can see two flying expended casings...and that image is just the beginning. Click the video for 15 seconds of "OMG!"
Fun Friday: Speed Shooting With Jerry Miculek
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