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    Default The most accurate shooter in the history of mankind

    Steve Paddock killed 59 people and injured 530 more in Las Vegas from a room 320 feet in the air and over 400 yards away from a field where people had gathered for a country music event.
    And he did all this damage with rapid fire weapons. The difficulty of doing this with these weapons shows an extraordinary weapon control because only moving the rifle by one degree would send the rounds beyond or short of the event.
    The LV Sheriff said today that he fired 1100 shots with 200 being fired through the door at security and that many of his rifles jammed.
    The breaks down to almost 600 hits in 900 shots in 10 minuets.
    Having shot automatic weapons and observing how they tend to climb the ladder the faster you pull the trigger, his accuracy from that distance is incredible. An old man with no formal training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneaky SF Dude View Post
    The **** we're not. They can withhold information that could impact the case, but they cannot go silent.
    Well actually they can.

    They aren't required to release any details from an ongoing investigation.
    Don't Blame Me I voted for Cruz! Without the 1st & 2nd Amendments the rest of The Constitution is meaningless

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildRose View Post
    No, you can shoot a bump stock from the shoulder and should. It has to be securely anchored in order to function.

    That video also demonstrates how little muzzle rise there is even on rapid fire ... contrary to the assertion from some of the “experts” in this thread that recoil induced muzzle rise would make it impossible to keep the gun on target.

    It also demonstrates that a suppressor doesn’t make the gun too quit to hear.

    "A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep." - Saul Bellow

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