All new 12 gauge “Juicer” slug in action for the first time
TAOFLEDERMAUS is back with another impressive custom shotgun round. The fan named “juicer” slug get’s its name for the fluted design similar to an orange juicer. It doesn’t seem to tumble but it’s flight trajectory is anything but stable. Unfortunately this round only looks cool. Watch it corkscrew through the air as it spirals around the target. When it does connect however, the impact is awesome!I had not originally intended to post this video but after seeing it begin to make a semi-regular appearance on social media, I changed my mind. Its appearance was accompanied with the words “Gotta get me some of these!” rather frequently, a statement withdrawn on more than one occasion after the original poster actually viewed the video. So what is making the rounds on social media in the gun world now? It’s the Juicer, and it’s a shotgun slug courtesy of none other than Taofledermaus.
Taofledermaus posting his Juicer video on November 24th and although I noticed it while it was fairly new it didn’t appear in my news feed on Facebook until more than a week had passed. The Juicers were, in the words of Taofledermaus himself: “…some custom CNC’d bi-metal slugs that Tim from Tactical G-Code made on his crazy robot machine. On Facebook it was decided that these would be called “Juicer” slugs.These were 1oz. in weight and had 5 points.”
There have been some unique shotgun loads in Taofledermaus’ history from some with an attempt at stabilization using Q-Tips to others filled with nails – and then there was the one containing a 5.56round. We all understand the desire to either shoot fun things or shoot things with fun rounds, so it’s no wonder this particular YouTube channel is so popular. Even so I often feel compelled to add the “kids, don’t try this at home” disclaimer. (Have you seen the car-advice memes floating around Facebook? Do they seem like obvious jokes? Well, some people have actually taken that advice to heart, which is why we have disclaimers even when it seems obvious.)
They quite literally resemble a fruit juicer, so the name is apt. Do they work? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.