This is some penn and teller shit.
what the what
|Jet Bin Fever |
Sadly, the apocalypse never came for Bob, and he was reduced to using his skills to sell hunting goods at State Fairs.
|blue vein steel |
very cool, too bad this never actually happened in the "old west"
|Old People |
Wonder if he ever shot anybody.
I hate it when they replay the video in slow motion at the end. Wait, I changed my mind.
Nobody is a faster draw or a louder mouth than Fat Bob.
Right at the fucking cameraman?
I think he's still firing blanks, and I suspect even nearby shots would pop them - ie, the speed's extraordinary, the aim may not be.
|James Woods |
Such a cocky fuck. The gun is technically faster than you, Tex.
They had this dude on Stan Lee's Superhumans a couple years ago. He is crazy fast. And he's right about how the showdowns never happened like in movies.
My granddad had this old book about outlaws in the west and there would be photos of the propped up corpse of the bad guy of the day with the people who did them in posing next to it. It was never one on one. My granddad handed me a magnifying glass and said "count the holes." You could look real close and see the holes in their outfit. One guy had at least 18 that I could spot.
I'm only seeing one discharge in the slo mo at the end?
Fuck the haterz. This guy knows exactly how good he is.
Yeah, he's like that "Modern Samurai" Isao Machii. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQbCMh4GYZo
|Shoebox Joe |
Why the Mythbusters should have never tried their own experiments: Exhibit A
|Architeuthis Tux |
Yes Bob, but can you do that without the benefit of cocaine?
Also, he's 'hitting' the 'targets' because he's shooting blanks at balloons.
His aim is about as impressive as it would be if he did the same trick with a shotgun.
something tells me he could do it with real bullets, he was just being safe.
seriously, if it was possibly from ANYBODY (which im sure it is) this man would be the one to do it
I'm not sure it's this guy, but I'm pretty certain he's the one I saw on TV in the 90s setting some kind of record by throwing a playing card into the air, drawing his pistol, shooting a bullet that cut the card cleanly in half, diagonally, corner to corner, and re-holstered. In one try. Using an antique, muzzle-loaded black powder pistol.
I can't recall the last time I saw a POE vid that didn't have a single activated tag.
Ol' Bob on Stan Lee's "Super Humans" a year before he died.
Pfft. I bet Revolver Ocelot could do that, and he'd even think of better quips while doing it.
This guy's draw could totally fend off more killer hornets.
It was this man who inspired me to learn the art of the quick draw. I looked up to this man. I studied his every move. It was my dream to be as fast as Ned Nederlander.
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