Home Handguns Jerry Miculek: The World’s Greatest Revolver Shooter Handguns Jerry Miculek: The World’s Greatest Revolver Shooter By Robert Farago - August 16, 2013 45 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ If he isn’t I don’t know who is. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Wilson Combat Announces the New Subcompact EDC X9 3.25″ 9mm Pistol Obscure Objects of Desire: Savage M1907 Pistol in .32 ACP Dan Wesson’s Compact 1911 Pistols in .45 ACP and 9mm 45 COMMENTS Wow! Git some! This is probably the most I’ve laughed at a Miculek vid. He’s clearly having a good time. (Sweet action at 1:40) Reply I love this man, his laugh after “get some!” is awesome! Holy crap, what great control. Reply i aspire to be .0001 of the shooter Miculek is. wow. just wow. Reply Wow. And a 44 Mag. I wouldn’t have thought that kind of control plausible. Very nice and with a solid victory comment and laugh. Reply The choice of 180gr bullets vs. the typical 240gr pills makes a difference. Reply I doubt anyone who shoots 6 rounds of .44 mag on target in 1.01 seconds would be slowed too much by a heavier bullet. Might stretch his time to 1.11 sec. The guy is awesome. Reply I am not worthy. He does with a .44 mag wheelgun what most of us can’t do in terms of accuracy and speed with a 9mm semi. Reply +1 No kidding. He made the whole thing look effortless! I hope I age as well as this fine gentlemen. Reply Most shooters cannot match Jerry’s revolver shooting with a semi-auto rifle! Reply “And DOWN goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!” Reply LOL Reply …I noticed he used double ear protection (plugs and muffs). Reply On the top of the list of “People you don’t want to rob”… Reply Yep, imediately below Chuck Norris on the list Reply Miculek = Legend Reply I’ve been fortunate to see him shoot. His reloads are incredible to watch. Reply Got to shoot with him and his wife Kay when they came to my clubs uspsa match. Nicest people you’d ever meet. They can both shoot the lights out. Reply Man! Someday I hope to have the ammo budged and dedication to become half that good. Not likely though. Reply I had no idea S&W made 44 mag revolvers in full auto. Wish I could get a tax stamp for one of those. I keeed. Reply iChuckld Reply That was silly. More please. Reply It would’ve been interesting to see him compete with Bob Munden. A totally different — but comparable — shooting artiste. Reply Miculek, Munden, and Knapp. That would be one heck of a show! Reply If there’s a God, it’ll happen in Heaven. Reply Don’t forget Ed Mcgivern! Reply You beat me to it. I was gonna mention Munden. Reply Absolutely the nicest, coolest guy you do NOT wanna f*ck with. Reply Wow, just wow Reply Good stuff. I can do a sw 686 modded trigger 7 shot at 2×2 target 25 feet in 1.6 seconds. I need to practice more! Reply Stock trigger or not… Git some! Reply Hot damn, love his attitude I have a 29-2 5″ – Tried 180’s at 1500 FPS, ended up using Hornady 300 grain XTP at 1150 FPS and that puts a smile on my face and only good for 18-24 rounds only for the yahoo Even with down loaded 44’s there is no way I could do what JM can do or any other revolver PS – Make that any firearm, he is also a 3 gun shooter Reply I wonder if he ever has days where he’s thinking “ah crap, I HAVE to go and shoot today.” You know, like most people feel about their jobs. He’s got a pretty sweet gig! Reply My favorite is his video with the Garand. He makes it sing like a BAR.. Reply I’ve got two model 629s, a 6″ and a 3″. I shoot the 3″ with “light” handloads more than any other firearm I own, pretty much every week. I love the .44! -D Reply Meh, I could take him. But seriously, damn, I didn’t even know something like that was possible. I am in awe. Reply Hey, I could probably take him – if I had a battery of 8″ SP howitzers and a good FO working for me. Or maybe a B-52 strike on call. But you better not miss. What does he do when he isn’t shooting – duck into old-time phone booths and put on his red cape and boots to go deal with evil-doers? The man is amazing. Reply Hickock45 vs. Jerry? Jerry would win speed and up close. but at 80 yards Hickock would show him how its done with a good long range gun like the lcp. Reply What happened to Jerry’s Stache?!?!?! Reply So let me review this…S&W sends him a freaking SACK of .44s. He gets to shoot as much as he wants. He travels all over the world. He has a great family. And he gets paid to live this life. Hmmmm….you just have to love Jerry. God Bless him… Reply Another really incredible video is the one where he puts six shots on target, reloads, and six more shots, in under three seconds. That 44 mag shooting reminded me of Henry Bowman’s performances in Unintended Consequences and made me smile. Reply Just shows you how much awe we People of the Gun have for Jerry. 40 comments above mine and not a single Safety Suzie pointing out his booger hook on the bang switch when he showed us his blued S&W 29. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a thread where all the comments were positive. Man is a Living Legend. Reply You beat me too it. Just getting caught up for the week. Yeah, at the 00:22 mark, I winced hard enough to nearly spill my coffee. The rest of it was great fun though! Reply I was going to go shooting today, but then I saw this and figured why bother. Reply I’m still smiling even after taking the time to read all the comments after watching the video. There is something about watching him do the seemingly impossible, clearly enjoy it, but still make it look easy without a hint of conceit. Admittedly he did ‘download’ the ammo. . . but 180’s at 1500fps are not exactly target loads. I could watch Jerry, scratch that, Mr. Miculek shoot all day and not even be jealous. Reply Getting a shot off, on target, every 2/10ths of a second…. Priceless. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.