The post you were addressing was regarding the single bullet shot, you know that magic bullet that wounded two perople and shattered bone while never having a chip taken from it, and you say You've actually seen that shot done at local gun clubs?
You saw the shot made from 200 plus feet away and 50 feet or so above ground level, strike a man in the base of the neck, or perhaps a little lower, while that man was moving forward at approximately 16 feet per second, and you saw that it exited the front of that man's neck, left nothing but a perfectly round entry wound where there should've been a torn exit wound, then you saw it turn right, line up, turn left, then enter the back of the man sitting in front of the original target, casing severe lung damage to his right chest, shatter a rib, exit that chest, l;eaving a bionified exit wound, then shatter the man's wrist and embed inself in pieces in the man's left leg, except or the fact that that particular bullet had NO DAMAGE TO IT? You saw that shot re-enacted more than once at a local gun club?
I hope the "victims" participating in it are OK!
You said that the myth that the magic bukllt was an impossible shot i exactly that...a myth.
Who ever said it was an impossible shot? All it was was a shot in the back from some distance.
What was imposible was not the shot. It was the trajectory and the effects caused (and not caused) by this alleged bullet.
If you're arguing something here, I suggest making it clearer.
Perhaps I misunderstood the discussion then. My comment was simply countering those that said Oswald couldn't (for whatever conspiratorial reason you want to insert here) have made the shot. It wasn't a hard shot to make and, yes, I have seen it set up and carried out on two occasions at area gun clubs and, as I mentioned, it has been done for TV.
That was my point. Plain and simple.
And, yes, I do disagree on your assessment of the ballistics. But as I've learned, it's not worth my time arguing with you guys in the conspiracy section.