Talk about a sharp shooter! (by Brett French)
By angelamontana

Posted: February 9, 2018

Back in 1959 when Remington Arms Co. employed traveling salesmen who were crack shots, Tom Frye set an incredible record. The one-time highway patrol officer from Ohio shot more than 100,000 small wood blocks over the course of his two week vacation with a Remington .22. Remington didn’t want him to break the old record set in 1907 with a Winchester rifle fearing an ad war, and so ignored the accomplishment at first. But how can you not be impressed by such a shooting feat? Frye eventually moved to Billings before retiring. An exhibit honoring his feats is on display at the Yellowstone County Museum.
To read more about this unique individual and incredible marksman, check out my story in Montana Untamed. http://montanauntamed.com/hunting/article_0e493d5d-9e15-58d0-b3e9-f9ace26e9c8b.html
(written by Brett French – Outdoors Editor of Billings Gazette/Montana Untamed)