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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Kimber Custom, Dec 12, 2012.
I love watching his videos on YouTube. RIP Bob
Sad day for sure.
sorry to hear this.
I loved it when he was on the show Super Humans.
Something to see,that's for sure
I met him a couple of times back in the 1990's, he was a very nice guy and took the time to talk guns for a while after he was done shooting.
do you suppose that lead exposure had anything to do with his untimely death?
Rest In Peace Bob, You will be missed.
Never got to see him in person, but I have seen him on TV. Incredible shot.
Crap! This guy was so full of himself it was unreal. But then he would back it up, and that was even more unreal. What an incredible shooter. I 'spose that when you are as good as he was, you are "allowed" to tell the world how good you are before you show them.
There is fast and then there is Bob Munden.
Do you know anything about lead exposure?
I seriously doubt it.
I have yet to have a pt die from lead poisoning from shooting unless they were shot and even then haven't had one die yet
well thank you mr. internet ninja for clearing that up, by the way W.T.F is a pt?
I was just asking a question, we all know that Mr. Munden handled tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of lead cartridges. do you suppose that they had anything to do with his untimely passing?
RIP. I still can't get over the idea that someone born in 1942 was SEVENTY YEARS old!!! That's only a couple years off from my sister and a lot closer to me than I care to admit.
70 is not "untimely." 70 is a little shy of average. My dad died at just barely 71, didn't smoke, or drink, rode his bike to work every day and was in decent shape. When your number is up, it's up.
I was just watching videos of bob last week. I loved watching him. I wish I had a tenth of his talent.