Trick shots leap to new levels when the target is attached to a drone (VIDEO)

Normal exhibition shooting such as splitting a playing card can be challenging from a stationary target. When adding a drone, things can really take off to new levels.

Not to be deterred, rimfire wonk 22Plinkster breaks out his custom Smith & Wesson Victory build to zap a series of cards from a nearby buzzing quadcopter.

While it is no doubt impressive, we think he should try it blindfolded, while the drone fires a BB gun back at him to really enable him to get in contact with his inner marksman. Kinda like this…

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