Kentucky Ballistics Takes on Jerry Miculek’s World Record

Kentucky Ballistics looks to set their own records, attempting to overtake Jerry Miculek’s five-shot revolver world record.

Scott over at Kentucky Ballistics hoped to pull off five shots in under 1.14-seconds, Miculek’s previous record. The man himself, Miculek, showed up to coach Scott through the shoot. Wielding a Smith & Wesson 500 Magnum Performance Center Revolver with 3.5-inch barrel, Scott shot at targets set up 7-yards away. To outshoot the world record he would need to land all five shots on targets in under 1.14-seconds.

Check out Kentucky Ballistics video above to see if he overtakes the great Miculek, or if nothing else to see the man, the myth, the legend run around in a T-Rex suit.

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