It really was pretty impressive. Granted, I'm sure they helped him with all the adjustments/readings etc., but to have 3 headshots like that at that distance (at that age) is unreal. Plus it was freaking awesome how they gave him a working replica of the gun he used in WW2.
Thanks for the post Paladin. Older people are like that they get emotional about the past. I have a teacher that I'm good friends with and when we talk about the high school days he starts tearing and especially about how fast time flies when your having fun.