Sharpshooter Kirsten Joy Weiss got a brand new .22 and hit an egg three football fields away while standing. The hit happens at 8:15 for the impatient.
Her channel is different than some others, because she doesn't edit out her misses. It's even more impressive, and it's a great way to see the adjustments she makes.
The target is very tiny and extreme perfection and precision is needed for this shot. The target is so small it can not even be seen with the naked eye, and barely even with a scope! Watch closely and you will see the dust clouds hit the FAR mountain in the distance as Kirsten Joy Weiss attempts this incredibly difficult trick shot – More like performance shooting! (Extreme Marksmanship)
Also, pay attention for some great long range shooting tips in this episode as well. Always more to learn and more to challenge ourselves with in the fun, challenge, and joy of shooting!
• Long Range TRICK SHOT – STANDING Position! – EGG (YouTube / Kirsten Joy Weiss)
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