A man in Tennessee decided to try something different to carve his pumpkin this year, so he turned to his handgun.
"The right tool for the job," the man says in the video as he reloads after the first round of shots.
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It took him less than 50 seconds to complete his desired gunfire carving with 22 total shots: Four to make the nose, four for the right eye, three for the left eye and 11 for the mouth.
"Looks pretty good, doesn't he?" the man says holding up his finished pumpkin. "Handsome. Looks a little bit like me."
At the very end he turns the pumpkin around to show the bullet exit holes, which actually look like a distorted face on the back.
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