Here you will find all kinds of HISTORY, PHOTOS, VIDEOS, ARTICLES and NEWS about Munden Enterprises, about shooting legend Bob Munden (Feb. 8, 1942 - Dec. 10, 2012) and his wife and long-time shooting partner Becky. Together Bob and Becky began ENTERTAINING audiences back in 1968 at the Tri-County Fair in Bishop, California.

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  • This is also a place to learn about MUNDEN'S SIX-GUN MAGIC BY JEFF AULT. When he was Bob's understudy, Jeff learned from Bob in person the very same custom gunsmithing techniques Bob Munden engineered, developed and perfected to make single action revolvers extra strong, crisp and smooth as silk. Jeff also does trigger work on 1911s. Visit the GUNSMITHING sections of this site to see price list.

    We also invite you to visit, like and share JEFF AULT'S FACEBOOK PAGE. Jeff's page and the OFFICIAL BOB MUNDEN FAN PAGE on Facebook are updated at least once daily.

    Enjoy visiting our nice little spread here on the Web. While you're at it, stop in to the online STORE where you can order Bob Munden merchandise! We update the site and the store as often as we can and welcome your comments on the GUESTBOOK!

    Munden’s Six-Gun Magic by Jeff Ault • Facebook.com/sixgunmagic

    Posted by bobmunden.com on January 6, 2013

    The Knowledge Passed On…

    Munden's Six-Gun Magic by Jeff Ault

    Bob and Becky’s long-time friend Jeff Ault is an excellent shot and big-time single-action fan who was already a respected 1911 smith in Butte when Bob “learned him” on how to do Bob’s Six-Gun Magic after it occurred to Bob that it was possible he might not live forever after all. Who knew?

    Jeff Ault observing Bob Munden in shop.

    Jeff with Bob Munden in shop, Rockwell testing a hammer.

    Bob never taught is methods to anyone in person until he chose Jeff.

    Jeff Ault working on single-action revolver

    Jeff Ault working on single-action revolver

    After Bob’s passing last December, Jeff and Becky had to concentrate on the work that was left behind — but now Jeff is doing Option #1 and Option #2 on Colt SAAs and Option #1 work orders on Colt SAAs, Colt Clones and Rugers. Jeff does trigger work on 1911s as well. Jeff tunes and builds guns to absolute perfection. Bob expected nothing less.

    Jeff keeps his Facebook page very active. Visit www.facebook.com/sixgunmagic




    Bob Munden: 02/08/42 – 12/10/12

    Posted by bobmunden.com on December 11, 2012

    Tuesday, December 11, 2012
    Butte, Montana, USA

    Bob Munden Has Died

    Bob Munden, known perhaps equally as a fierce Fast-Draw competitor who was recognized by Guinness World Records as The Fastest Man with a Gun Who Ever Lived, as an exhibition shooter of the highest order with handguns, rifles and shotguns; an entertainer as well as a master gunsmith who developed groundbreaking methods of customizing to perfection the beloved .45 caliber single action revolver and other guns, died Monday of a heart attack.

    Munden’s wife and performance partner Becky said Tuesday (Dec. 10th) she was driving home with Bob after treatment at a Missoula hospital for what doctors described as a mild heart attack. At some point between Missoula and their home of Butte, Bob mentioned he was experiencing chest pains, told Becky to keep on driving, and died.

    The 70-year-old shooting sports superstar was pronounced dead upon arrival at St. James Heathcare in Butte.

    Born February 8, 1942 in Kansas City, Mo, Bob began his professional shooting career at age 11 in Big Bear Lake, Calif. While still in high school, Bob placed 2nd in a competition known as the Leatherslap. After years of competing in Fast Draw, Bob and Becky performed together beginning in 1968, emphasizing the importance of gun safety when they went on tour in 1969 for the National School Assembly Program. Depending on the venue, Bob and Becky continued to perform together shooting blanks or with live ammunition across the United States, in New Zealand and London, England. As recently as 2011 the Mundens put on their live-ammunition exhibition at locations in California and Kansas.

    Over the years Bob, often with Becky who is also a champion shooter, appeared on many television shows, most famously American Shooter, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, Shooting USA, and Shooting USA’s Impossible Shots. Munden can be found all over YouTube and appears in entertaining and instructional DVDs including Bob Munden: Outrageous Shooting and Bob Munden: The Collector’s Edition.

    At age 68 Munden appeared on Stan Lee’s Superhumans on the History Channel. The episode shows a scientist reporting that Munden’s hand withstands 10 Gs of force when he draws and fires his gun from the holster. Viewers learn that as a comparison, jet pilots are trained to withstand 9 Gs, and that Bob is “faster than a rattlesnake.” In a demo during the same show, Munden draws and shoots two balloons six feet apart with two shots that sound virtually like one.

    Just eight weeks ago today, at the Butte Gun Club range for Midland Radio Corporation, Munden did exhibition shooting with a .45 caliber single action and Colt 1911 semi-automatic pistol. Bob Munden & Midland XTC High Definition Action Camera – YouTube

    Registered as members #118 and #119 respectively, Bob and Becky entertained at the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) End of Trail World Championships of Cowboy Action Shooting 30 times with what Becky proudly said was the most complex presentation ever offered at an exhibition shooting show. She added that Bob was Cowboy Action Shooting’s first gunsmith.

    Becky said, “We had an incredible, memorable life together.”

    She also said that of all the in-arguably amazing shots Bob achieved during his lifetime of speed shooting, precision shooting and showmanship with handguns, rifles and shotguns; his opening a safety pin, hitting a target 600 yards away, throwing a knife with a bullet and others all accomplished with handguns and practiced mostly in his imagination rather than at the range, Bob was definite that splitting a playing card in he threw into the air was most difficult.

    Bob is survived by his wife Becky, his daughters Natalie and Mitzi; grandson Levi, granddaughter Kaycee, his mother; three brothers and a sister; nieces, nephews, friends and millions of fans.

    According to Bob’s wishes his remains will be cremated. A memorial and celebration of life is to be scheduled during warmer weather in 2013. A small event for local neighbors and friends will take place in Butte in the near future. Information about both events will be posted here and at the official Facebook Fan Page.

    Photo of the Late Bob Munden by Colin Dangaard

    Photo of the Late Bob Munden by Colin Dangaard

    Bob appreciated all his fans. He worked for you!

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