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Bob Munden "Superhuman Shooter"

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Faster than a rattlesnake

Bob Munden (born February 8, 1942, Kansas City, Missouri, United States) is a world-renowned exhibition shooter with all types of firearms, but is most well known for holding 18 world-records in Fast Draw and holding the title, "Fastest Man with a Gun Who Ever Lived."

Bob Munden started his shooting career at age 11 when he competed in Jeff Cooper's Big Bear "Leatherslaps" shooting competitions with at Big Bear Lake, California in the 1950s. The Leatherslaps eventually became the South Western Combat Pistol League (SWCPL). When Munden was a 17, he placed second in the 1958 Leatherslap using a Colt .45 Single Action borrowed from Cooper. He claims to have won over 3,500 fast draw trophies.

Since taking up exhibition shooting, Bob Munden has given many demonstrations to audiences, sometimes with John Satterwhite. Bob Munden has also given shooting demonstrations on television shows the world over, most notably featured in Ripley's Believe it or Not. Munden has also become a custom gunsmith.