Chief AJ developed the Elite Sling Bow for taking North American

big game and Tony Reaves is doing just that. That includes a big 14-pt buck. Chief AJ, now being 80 years old, has turned over the Elite Sling Bow project to Tony Reaves. For questions or custom orders, call Tony.

 

 

(434) 572-7609

Tony Reaves

4 S. Main St.

South Boston, VA 24592

twofeathersva@gmail.com 

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Who is Chief AJ?

NatGeo TV Ch "Showdown of the Unbeatables" viewed by many millions.

Jack LaLanne

Chief AJ in 1957: Barstow, CA

SHOOTING TIMES National Magazine Names Best Exhibition Shooters of All Time even back to the 1800's.


The Best Exhibition Shooters of All Time
by Keith Wood

 

From the traveling Wild West shows of the 1800s to YouTube, trick shooters have dazzled the public with their feats of marksmanship.

 

Here's Keith Wood's Short List:
Bob Munden
Jerry Miculek
John "Chief AJ" Huffer
Annie Oakley

(Note) John "Chief AJ" Huffer  is the only archer making the short list not with a rifle, shotgun, 6 shooter or compound bow: but with A SLINGSHOT. A slingshot (Sling Bow) that you can own and make history with. Fred Bear, Howard Hill nor Chuck Adams made the list.

 

 

 

Q: Hey Chief AJ why did you set several shooting records?

 

A: Because I used to hitch-hike from the USMC base at Barstow, CA down the Muscle Beach, San Monica, CA to work out with Jack LaLanne. Here's the records that Jack set:

 

1954 Age 40: Swam the length of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge underwater with 140 pounds of equipment, including two air tanks… an undisputed world record.

1955 Age 41: Swam, handcuffed, from Alcatraz to Fisherman’s Wharf in
San Francisco, CA.

1956 Age 42: Set a world record of 1,033 pushups in 23 minutes on “You Asked for It, a TV Show with Art Baker.

1957 Age 43: Swam the treacherous Golden Gate Channel, towing a 2,500-pound cabin cruiser. This involved fighting the cold, swift ocean currents that made the 1 mile swim a 6 ½ mile test of strength and endurance.

1958 Age 44: Maneuvered a paddleboard 30 miles, 9-½ hours non-stop from Farallon Islands to the San Francisco shore.

1959 Age 45: Completed 1,000 pushups and 1,000 chin-ups in 1 hours and 22
minutes. “Happy” is born and The Jack LaLanne Show goes nationwide

1974 Age 60: Swam from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf, for a second time handcuffed, shackled and towing a 1,000-pound boat.

1975 Age 61: Swam the length of the Golden Gate Bridge, underwater, for a second time handcuffed, shackled and towing a 1,000-pound boat.

1976 Age 62: Commemorating the “Spirit of ‘76”, swam 1 mile in Long Beach Harbor, handcuffed, shackled and towing 13 boats (representing the 13 original colonies) containing 76 people.

1979 Age 65: Towed 65 boats filled with 6,500-pounds of Lousiana Pacific wood pulp while handcuffed and shackled in Lake Ashinoko, near Tokyo, Japan.

1979 Age 65: Towed 65 boats filled with 6,500-pounds of Lousiana Pacific wood pulp while handcuffed and shackled in Lake Ashinoko, near Tokyo, Japan.

1980 Age 66: Towed 10 boats in North Miami, Florida filled with 77 people for over a mile in less than 1 hour.

1984 Age 70: Handcuffed, shackled and fighting strong winds and currents, towed 70 boats with 70 people from the Queen’s Way Bridge in the Long Beach Harbor to the Queen Mary, 1 ½ miles.

 

 

Chief AJ worked out with Jack LaLanne back in the mid-50's. Here are some of Chief AJ's records:

 

(All AJ's Records are published in National Magazines, on DVDs and have been on National TV)

 

1987: AJ at age 50. With a .22 rifle shot 40,060 straight little wooden blocks out of the air without a miss.

1987: At age 50 Chief AJ trained for and went to the Mr. America Bodybuilding Championship in Philadelphia, PA.

1997: At age 60 Chief AJ shot over 5,000 flying targets with a recurve bow.

1998: AJ at age 61 pulled and shot the strongest English Yew Bow ever built.

2008: At age 71 AJ shot over 1,400 flying targets with a slingshot