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The Frank Castle Juggle is a specialty shotgun firearm technique, pioneered by The Punisher, a Marvel Comics character.

How to do the Frank Castle Juggle:

- You will need 2 Pump Action Pistol Grip Shotguns. I recommend a pair of Mossberg 500 series Road Blockers (Special Purpose - item 50591)

- Load to capacity and chamber a round in both weapons. Disengage the safety on both shotguns.

- Aim forward with both weapons, and fire a round from the left gun, and once the firing cycle completes, lift the barrel upward.

- Release the grip on the left hand gun and let it fall, keep your hand flat to avoid catching it on the safety or any other protrusions.

- Once it is in reach, grip the left weapons’ forestock tightly. Once you have a solid grip, jerk your hand upward quickly, and then forcefully bring it down, loading the next round.

- Once the round in the left hand weapon is ready, fire a round from the right gun, and once the firing cycle completes, lift the barrel upward.

- Toss the left hand weapon lightly in the air, only several inches up and grip it by the pistol grip ONLY. Do not place your finger inside the trigger guard! Use the grip ONLY!

- Release the grip on the right hand gun and let it fall, keep your hand flat to avoid catching it on the safety or any other protrusions.

- Bring the barrel of your left hand weapon down towards your intended target, and steady your aim against the weight of the weapon.

- Once it is in reach, grip the forestock right weapon's tightly. Once you have a solid grip, jerk your hand upward quickly, and then forcefully bring it down, loading the next round.

- Once the round in the right hand weapon is ready, fire a round from the left gun, and once the firing cycle completes, lift the barrel upward.

- Toss the right hand weapon lightly in the air, only several inches up and grip it by the pistol grip ONLY. Do not place your finger inside the trigger guard! Use the grip ONLY!

- Release the grip on the left hand gun and let it fall, keep your hand flat to avoid catching it on the safety or any other protrusions.

- Bring the barrel of your right hand weapon down towards your intended target, and steady your aim against the weight of the weapon.

- Once it is in reach, grip the right weapons’ forestock tightly. Once you have a solid grip, jerk your hand upward quickly, and then forcefully bring it down, loading the next round.

- Aim forward with the left hand weapon, and fire a round from the left gun, and once the firing cycle completes, lift the barrel upward.

- Release the grip on the left hand gun and let it fall, keep your hand flat to avoid catching it on the safety or any other protrusions.

- Once it is in reach, grip the left weapons’ forestock tightly. Once you have a solid grip, jerk your hand upward quickly, and then forcefully bring it down, loading the next round.

- Continue to Fire and Reload with alternating hands until the shells are all expended.

- Once you have expended all the weapons shells, release the grips and hold the weapons by the trigger guards on your index finger. Swing them backwards under your arm, and catch them around the armpit area. Be careful, the barrels may be hot.

- Release both weapons, now held under your arms and load shells from a belt or shoulder strap into the weapons, adding both sides’ shells at the same time.

- Once you have loaded both weapons to capacity, grip the pistol grips, and tighten your arms downward.

- Ready rounds in both weapons by sliding your arms backwards, cocking the foregrip on both weapons, and then releasing your arms’ grip into your hands.

- Grip the pistol grips of the weapons and swing them under and up, back into the ready-fire position.

- Aim forward with both weapons, and fire a round from the left gun, and once the firing cycle completes, lift the barrel upward.

- Continue from the beginning for as long as needed or until your supply of shells is depleted.

- As a note of warning, if your foe is still alive, please refrain from throwing a shotgun at him. While durable and known for their solid construction, you risk damage to your weapons if you hurl them at an enemy.

-Please note, do NOT attempt this with live firearms, it is extremely dangerous, and has a zero over zero accuracy potential. You WILL hurt yourself if you attempt this trick-shot.

Do not attempt the weapon stunt described above unless you are firing blank rounds, or are an experienced professional weapons expert in a controlled environment, with support staff standing by – in other words, a professional Hollywood production.
'And he kicked through the door, with two 12-guages doing the Frank Castle Juggle! Didn't hit a damn thing, but it sure looked cool!'
by Trick Shot Lessons June 06, 2009