Ted Gundy in Impossible Shots.

I just saw today’s episode of Impossible Shots and I think it is the best they ever done. It featured 84 year old WWII Veteran Sniper Ted Gundy who fought at the Battle of the Bulge. Mr. Bundy had contacted Impossible Shots and asked how was possible for modern snipers to connect a thousand yards. Impossible Shots went the distance and took Mr Gundy to Ft Benning as a VIP Guest for a week. He relives his experiences, talks to a new generation of fighters and you can’t help but choke a little at the emotions this gentleman shows for his past and our future.

Please read on the show narrative from Firearmstalk.com If you can’t wait for the show, at the bottom of this post you can find out what happened when and Old Sniper meets modern rifles and techniques.

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Big Ass Spoiler Alert:

Mr. Gundy, to the amazement and admiration of the top Army Snipers makes three head shots a one thousand yards on his first try. At 84 years of age and with a missing leg. It was truly the Greatest Generation.

4 Replies to “Ted Gundy in Impossible Shots.”

  1. How incredible is that!!!!!! That was outstanding. Mr. Gundy is quite amazing. I just hope to live that long. It would be icing on the cake to shoot like that at 84.




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  2. Crap on a crutch! I wish I could shoot that well now, much less at his respectable age! It is a shame we are losing men like him at an increasing rate… just as we seem to need them more.




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  3. What can i say I’m an emt-paramedic in Puerto Rico and i always say never manage a firearm unless you can manage a firearm, but you sir can not only manage a firearm, you are a firearm, and with this, i take off my hat and salute you sir, you are a remarkable human being. God Bless You Sir!




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