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He has incredible hand and finger strength...I hear the triggers on his revolvers are very "heavy"

He aint bad with an AR either!
 

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He says his triggers are about 10 pounds. If they did not have such a heavy return spring, he would outrun the trigger. Talk about fast!!
 

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I shot with Jerry on the Super squad at the Southern Regional Revolver Championship in Thibodaux, LA March 2009 and worked the Lady Smith Championship with him and his wife Kay Clark Miculek 4 weekends ago. Jerry is a very down to earth nice guy, he works harder than most of the people helping out on the range and never stops moving. Does all the grunt work himself and has exceptional character. I shoot with a group of shooters who he grew up with in Thibodaux and he is just another one of the guys when he is there. On Stage 1, we shot 5 shots on 5 pieces of steel from hands in surrender position. Jerry ran the course all 6 times in 1.76-1.96 seconds, the best I witnessed after that was Johnny Brister who ran it in like 2.96 seconds, my best was a molasses slow 3.96 seconds. Jerry is the fastest with a revolver, and a great sport. His willingness to help others suceed is amazing.
 

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msredneck said:
Somebody invite Jerry to the Meet and Greet......
Boy, wouldn't that be great -- BTW, I heard that Rebelote and shoot almost as well!! :thumbup:
 

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I do ok with an auto, but not with a revo. I have been meaning to call Jerry to go over there and train, but I just dont have time and I bet he has less time.
 

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ScottW said:
I shot with Jerry on the Super squad at the Southern Regional Revolver Championship in Thibodaux, LA March 2009 and worked the Lady Smith Championship with him and his wife Kay Clark Miculek 4 weekends ago. Jerry is a very down to earth nice guy, he works harder than most of the people helping out on the range and never stops moving. Does all the grunt work himself and has exceptional character. I shoot with a group of shooters who he grew up with in Thibodaux and he is just another one of the guys when he is there. On Stage 1, we shot 5 shots on 5 pieces of steel from hands in surrender position. Jerry ran the course all 6 times in 1.76-1.96 seconds, the best I witnessed after that was Johnny Brister who ran it in like 2.96 seconds, my best was a molasses slow 3.96 seconds. Jerry is the fastest with a revolver, and a great sport. His willingness to help others suceed is amazing.
+1 to what Scott says. I've been on Jerry's squad numerous times, and it's even more amazing in person.

Hell of a nice guy. :thumbup:
 
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