Andy Pelphrey used an American football to make a successful
behind-the-back shot into a basketball hoop from 16 feet away.
Doug McManaman fired seven shots, hitting five balloons from 50 yards away. He used a 22-caliber rifle on his right arm and performed the attempt while seated.
NOTE: Shooting is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals
Doug McManaman fired two shots and hit a toothpick from 50 yards using a 22-caliber rifle.
NOTE: Shooting is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
Mick Cullen made five baskets using a bag of M&M's in one minute. He set the record as part of the College of Lake County Social Action Club's World Record Day fundraiser for the Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center in Gurnee, Illinois.
Teody Jasper Pacion shot nine arrows to win against the computer in a
game of Bowman 2.
Doug McManaman used one arm to hit a water-filled balloon from 50 yards away using a .22-caliber rifle.
Doug McManaman watered a tomato plant using a .22-caliber rifle from 50 yards away.
Trevor made three basketball shots on a mini hoop while yo-yoing with a Guinness world record book under his armpit and putting a cap on using his foot.
Doug McManaman hit a raw egg using a .22-caliber rifle from 65 yards away.
George Digweed shot a clay pigeon from 130 yards away.
Hunter and his friend made a total of 69 consecutive successful basketball shots. They made each shot alternately.
Shea C. shot a clay pigeon from 100 yards away using a shotgun.
Doug McManaman hit a balloon from 65 yards away using a .22-caliber rifle held in his non-dominant hand.
Shea C. shot a large nail between two clay targets from 10 yards away. He used a Springfield XDM .40 cal handgun.
NOTE: Shooting records are dangerous and should only be attempted with proper training. Please exercise caution when attempting shooting records.
Mike Slonina made 5,930 successful shots in 24 hours from multiple places on the basketball court, sinking 73.2% of his total throws successfully. He set the record to raise funds for his mother and Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital. Mike currently runs an organization called A Shot For Life, Inc. which raises money for brain cancer research. Read more about the feat here.
Doug McManaman ricocheted a .22 rifle bullet off of an ax and hit a bottle of water standing 60 yards away.
WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional stunt man. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
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