Damn. Just Damn.
RIP, sir. I always enjoyed your work.
There will never be another.
You must watch this to believe it!
Rest in peace Bob. I know there will be a lot of bullseyes in heaven for you. See ya around, bud.
RIP Bob, say hello to Arvo Oljala, Bill Jordan, Col. Cooper, Jack Weaver and Ed McGivern for us.
Only Thell Reed left of those great early pistoleros.
Bob put on a show at my friend’s school in MT in the 60s. He said in the days after the show, several boys turned up with 22 bullets in toes and boots and legs. Fun times.
Didn’t know he was from Big Bear. Lived there for a few years in the early seventies.
I've been to many fast-draw competitions - they're fun to watch, and fun to participate in.
My 'hog-leg' is a Ruger Super Blackhawk 44 magnum with a 7.5 inch barrel. Just the sound of it firing is enough to scare 95% of folks half to death. But, it's kick is 'worse than than a 1900 lb Missouri mule' - so I use it rarely these days.
(Sigh) Aw, man! And you were still having fun, and doing what you do!
Reminds me of that line from “Enter The Dragon”, (not able to recal actor’s name), “Man, when that time comes, I won’t be worryin’ about nothin’, because I’ll be too busy lookin’ good!”
My respects to the Munden family, and a thank you, for sharing Mr. Bob with all of us out here in the world. He has placed that spark of inspiration into those of us who saw his works.
He was twice as fast as a rattlesnake and more accurate. I’m going to miss him. RIP Mr Lunden.
Saw such a show in 1969 at Bassett HS in La Puente CA. He may have been the performer.