Source Credit to guns.com | by Chris Eger
Anyone trick shooter worth their salt can split a bullet with a knife, but then again, it is once you add some variables that you need a professional.
With that, 22 Plinkster clocks in to split some lead with a spinning knife while holding his pistol upside down. Further, it should be pointed out that, instead of a sweet Volquartsen match zapper, Plink is using a vintage Colt Challenger that he got from none other than GDC.
That’s a nice looking plinker
The Challenger, a no-frills variant of the 2nd Series Woodsman, was only made from 1950 to 1955, making Plink’s new (to him) gun over 60 years young.
Nonetheless, it looks like it still works well.