His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and the Ruler of Dubai was spotted practising his shooting skills in a video on Instagram.
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The Dubai Ruler was seen practising hiss marksmanship in the video, by popping balloons with a gun at a distance. At 73, the Ruler displayed his impeccable shooting skills, hitting the mark every time.
Sheikh Mohammed learned hunting from an early age and in his later years, attended Mons Officer Cadet School - Aldershot, which is now part of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
According to official government data, the Prime Minister of the UAE was even promoted to Senior Under-Officer of Kohema at the academy.
He was later even awarded the sword of honour for achieving the highest mark of any foreign and commonwealth officer cadet in his intake.
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