Why Aren't More People Shooting Shotguns At Classic Porsches?


Only expert marksmen have the stones to practice like this.

Remember Philip Thorrold? He is the man who shot clay targets with a shotgun while riding shotgun in a Ferrari 599 SA Aperta. Thorrold is back with a new video and this time it stars a Porsche 911 Targa. This time he splits time between shooting on the ground and in the car. The other difference between this video and the earlier one is that the launcher is located on the car itself! That means Thorrold risked blowing a hole in his whale-tailed 911. That would be one hell of a repair bill, after all.

Of course that didn’t happen because the man is an expert marksman. He runs his own school, after all. Anyway, check out the video to see Thorrold in action once again. You can never go wrong when it comes to combining guns and classic cars.

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