Kirsten Joy Weiss goes for two cards with one shot (VIDEO)

Using the double barreled AF2011 .45, Kirsten Joy Weiss attempts the very first trick shot of its kind– splitting two playing cards with two bullets fired in one shot.

After getting used to the gun shown in a video earlier this week, the talented sharpshooter hit her stride in the 100 degree heat and went for a round of card splitting.

KJW told Guns.com, “It’s the first of its kind in every which way. First trick shot with the rare gun, first trick shot of its kind, so technically a historical and world record, haha.”

With that being said, check out the new record above.

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