Bob Munden tribute: Splitting 2 cards with 1 bullet, and an ax (VIDEO)

Trick shot 22Plinkster pulls off an ode to one of the great exhibition shooters in history as he attempts to cleave a flying bullet off the face of an ax to split a pair of playing cards.

The tribute is to the world-renowned Bob Munden, a quick draw artist from back in the day who was known for busting bottles, balloons and other common items, often with single-action revolvers. Plink uses a Smith & Wesson 686 Performance Center wheelgun in his own attempt, above.

For reference, here is the late, great, Bob Munden in action:

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