Farthest Distance From Which To Shoot A Bullet Through Four Playing Cards

Canada Doug McManaman

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Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada / October 4, 2010

Doug McManaman shot a bullet from a .22 caliber rifle through a 21-inch metal pipe and through four playing cards from a distance of 25 meters away.

- one shot per attempt
- use of scope permitted
- use of a stationary rest permitted

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  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    To answer your question Travis yes you must shoot through a 21 inch abs pipe which is 1 and one half inch inside diameter. also a rest is permitted

  • United States Travis Beckley

    Travis Beckley

    Does this have to be through a pipe as well? Also, it doesn't state whether it's permitted to use a stationary rest, although he clearly is.

    • Canada Dan Rollman

      Dan Rollman

      I added a rule re: stationary rests being permitted. Will let Doug respond re: the pipe.

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    stupid maybe but dificult

  • United States nick viana

    nick viana

    stupid

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    TO Dan And Robert on measuring the abs pipe which is plastic not metal i found it to be 1 and one half inch inside diameter and 21 inches long my error thanks for bringing this to my attention. I will now attempt this with a 1 inch pipe thanks.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Robert - great catch. We've removed that criteria (clearly an error) and will ask Doug for proper specifics on the pipe's size.

  • United States Robert Benson

    Robert Benson

    Didn't follow rule listed. pipe must be 1/4" diameter

    That pipe is definately more than 1/4" in diameter.

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