I know: you don’t tug on Superman’s cape, and Jerry Miculek is the shooting sports’ man of steel (targets). But … even though Jerry admits that his most impressive multi-gun demonstration of zombie headshot prowess lacks the adrenalin factor (“They weren’t attacking me, I was attacking them”) he leaves out the key fact that even slow-moving heads move. Trying to nail a noggin that’s dancing about on someone’s shoulders – whether they’re dead, alive or some combination thereof – is a difficult business. Which is why it’s only recommended for zombies (which don’t exist) or lethal threats wearing body armor (who’ve already proved impervious to the caliber what you done brung). That said, if anyone can head-shot a moving head, it’s America’s SPEC OPS guys and, of course, Jerry Miculek. Get some! Get some moving head targets and try again Jerry. Please.

26 Responses to Jerry Miculek Head Shots Zombies – As Long As They Stand Still

  1. I’m pretty sure realistic analogs don’t explode when shot either.

    Don’t listen, Miculek… you just keep on being you.

    • Jerry’s in it to have fun. Besides, when you shoot as fast as he does, how much time does a zombie have to move?

  2. @RF, ah but zombies to do exist. They make up at least 47% of the US population…maybe more by now. They are the reason we have President Obola in the WH. Brain dead, no real mission in this world except to suck the life out of the living…yeah, we got plenty of zombies bro.

    • For fun, my wife and I decided while in an urban, liberal enclave to point out people who could be confused with a Walking Dead, Hollywood type zombie. It was an education. Condition White does not begin to explain it. Everything they wear, say, or do speaks to their obliviousness.

  3. For some reason, I feel the need to buy a katana now…. weird, felt the same impulse after watching Pulp Fiction, too. Not sure why.

    • Probably because Jerry has surprisingly good form using the sword.

      He obviously has never been trained in iaido or kenjutsu but he doesn’t swing it like a baseball bat either.

      That was a good cut.

      • I have a Cold Steel katana very similar to that one. It’s a heavy blade with an amazing edge. Cuts like a lightsaber. The forward balance and weight of the sword helps to just carry it through most materials.

        • Cold Steel makes surprisingly good swords.

          They are much tougher than historical examples but they also weight a bit more.

          If I were in the market for a katana again I might get a Cold Steel. With modern steel, you don’t need differential tempering in a katana blade any more.

  4. I thought the zombies were the ones who just blindly agree from their couches that 9mm is enough bullet. Then they go buy a Glock.

  5. In 2012 a clerk at a liquor store in Indianapolis shot an armed robber between the eyes with a 10mm. He scored 2 additional head shots. BG goes down so the clerk turned to check on other clerks in the store at the time. When the clerk turned back, the perforated perp was trying to stand up. So the clerk emptied the mag into the guy. The BG went ambient from there.

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