Miculek's quad-wielded 1911 super slo-mo redux

Have you ever seen something so strange you just had to stop and get a closer look? Well Jerry Miculek got his hands on a couple of Double Barrel 1911’s and dual wielded (quad wielded?) them a couple weeks back, firing some 20 rounds in 1.5 seconds. Besides that video, (which was epic) Team Miculek just released the above super slow motion high-speed video in its unedited form above.

Which of course, has a heroic soundtrack that sounds as if it was handed down from Valhalla by the god of boomsticks.

Overall, its almost hypnotic.


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