I cannot believe what these improvised shells did to a baseball bat and ballistics gel!
Here’s what MattV2099 had to say about the test:
“Testing the custom 410×76 NAIL shotshell in a ballistic format at approximately 25 feet. Using a variety of targets including gel ballistic testing media that was calibrated perfectly to match some random specification determined by no one in particular. Test gun is the Arsenal SGL41 Saiga 410 shotgun. 18″ barrel, spray painted, with red wood furniture. Filmed with three Sony HD AVCHD Camcorders. Edited in Final Cut Pro X.
Thank you for watching. be sure to drop a comment and get an awesome discussion going. what else should I shoot from my Arsenal SGL41, saiga 410 shotgun?
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What happens if you shoot items out of a shotgun that were not meant to weaponized as high speed, low drag projectiles? From ballistic tests to supersonic flashlights, we test conjectures that few operator have the time or inclination to invent. Creating wacky shotgun loads is one of the funnest things you can do in the shooting sports. These videos are an attempt to share that fun and entertainment with you. Thanks for watching.”