NRA Media Lab v. Funker Tactical in 'Quick Draw' (VIDEO)

Seems about right, right? Dom Raso and crew say that Rambo’s ass-kickery is movie magic. And while it’s probably no surprise that it takes a bit of Hollywood to make Sylvester Stallone able to shoot at Rambo speeds, Funker Tactical’s Instructor Zero didn’t come to the same conclusion.

Zero’s times are incredible.

Don’t feel bad if you can’t shoot like Zero. He’s clearly put a lifetime of work into his skill. Do feel bad if you’re not thinking about incorporating ice cream sandwiches into your shooting routine.

Dairy’s good for you.

[NRA Freestyle and Funker Tactical/YouTube]

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