Amazing. Human ability to overcome obstacles is awesome.
I feel safer already.
Lynchpin - I wonder how much time he spent in practice before he became proficient? I mean, he loads the magazines also.
Odie - he might be a better shot than people who have the use of both hands.
I had to bite my tongue a bit on this one. Something about .45's and 9 mm's, and foot and feminine hand and military. Then I remembered I could be in hot water, so, as usual, I still find a way to stick my foot in my mouth. But... a little more gingerly. Never... mind...Anyway, I do love his 'tude. That is what made us what we are. It goes to show, an unarmed man can still shut you down. And people laugh at me when I suggest that I fear even children, when it comes right down to it, in a war scenario. And, actually, more so, for various reasons. Thanks for the boost though. It was an awesome thing to behold.
Doom - there's just something about a person who overcomes a serious impediment - and does it with a smile!
Wow. It occurs to me his eye distance from the sights probably makes him a lot more accurate as slight variations left or right or up down would be more pronounced in the front sight aligning with the rear.Though I have seen armless paraplegic play guitar also. Personally, I believe a disability drives many or some people to greatness.
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