Remembering the Old Sniper | Shooting USA
- Published on: 11/25/2015
- Our friend Ted Gundy passed away in October at the age of 90. Many of you will remember Ted was a designated sniper in the Battle of the Bulge before being wounded. In 2009, Ted wrote to us saying he couldn’t imagine how today’s snipers could be accurate at 1,000 yards. So, we arranged for the Army to host him as an honored guest at Fort Benning where he could find out. The result was an extraordinary special produced for our Impossible Shots series.
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