Ted Gundy has become my number two hero, second only to my Father

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    Mr. Gundy I salute you sir, thank you for your service. Enough said.
     
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    I thought for sure, you had mis-spelled Bundy when I saw the title of this thread. :razz:

    Immie

    Note the razz.
     
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    His name could go either way. Ted Gundy does amazing work with a Gun or Ted Bundy make amazing meals with human body parts.:razz:
     
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    5"at 1000 yards would win every tournament he entered.

    Amazing.

    I was touched by his humility.
     
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    Not that I am an expert on serial killers, but I didn't think Bundy was the one that ate his victims. That was Jeffrey Dahmer. I thought Bundy killed woman usually college age and left their bodies in the woods.

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    Neither am I, which is why I guess I was wrong.
     
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    I hope I still have the eyes he does when I get his age.
     
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    I didn't watch the entire video you presented, but my thought when I saw who they were presenting the black hat to and then they were going to demonstrate his abilities, was, "how the heck can he still do that?" I assume he was successful?

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    I suggest that you watch it, Sit back and enjoy watch the old sniper reaction and true Humility as he shoots. It will be well worth the time spent.
     
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    Is it better than Top Shots on the History Channel? If not, watching some one shoot a weapon is not on the top of my viewing list. Ranks up there with watching soccer or the NBA or MLB on TV honestly.

    I could see the humility he displayed when he accepted that hat. I can just imagine how gracious he is for everything else they gave him.

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