Most card splits involve a .22LR and a single card. This is not one of those tricks. The shotgun squad over at Taofledermaus hit the pause button on exotic cut shells to attempt to turn one whole deck or standard playing cards into two with the assistance of a Mossberg 12 gauge with a rifled slug barrel. As the Federal 1-ounce slug is just a hair wider than the deck, the shot has to be perfect or it’s just a game of 52 Card Pickup. Good thing they brought a few packs.
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