thru both shoulders, at 90 paces, with his 1911 and ball ammo, after Cooper said:" You cannot hit that baboon with your pistol" 1977. Next year, I beat Raul 7 out of the 8 times I competed with him. on his home range in Columbia, MO, he with his $1500 Pachmayr Special, me with my home-smithed Series 70. He was a mulitmillionaire, did nothing but shoot and play tennis., I worked full time, standing at a machine, went to college full time, too, on the GI Bill, and had to drive 190 miles each way to get to Columbia, from Litchfield, ILL. He HATED to see me show up. I'd beaten him several times already, in 1977. He was so shocked to see a peon like me in Rhodesia, that his mouth fell open and all he could do was POINT to me. He was talking to Cooper and Dick Thomas at the time, and they turned to see what was up. Cooper broke up laughing when he saw me, and Thomas's face got "thunderclouds" in it. Jeff said:" Hi, John, glad to see you could make it".