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What Happens When You Stuff A Shotgun With A Carrot Like Bugs Bunny And Then Shoot It?

Video: f you were a child once upon a time, you may have remembered Bugs Bunny cleverly stuffing Elmer Fudd’s shotgun with a carrot so that when Fudd fired his shotgun, it would explode in his face. But would that actually happen if you did that in real life? Demolition Ranch, answerer of life’s questions about weapons, tests out that infamous cartoon scenario and finds that the carrot doesn’t stop the shotgun slug at all (it still shoots fine), it just destroys the barrel of the gun in the process.


Watch Different Calibre Bullets Hit A Bowling Ball

Video: Bowling balls are strong and dense and basically indestructible. Well, that’s until you start hitting them with different calibre bullets just to see what will happen. A .22 calibre bullet from a pistol barely even dents the bowling ball while a .50 BMG incendiary round impossibly shreds it in half. Demolition Ranch fired so many kinds of bullets at a bowling ball that you’ll never have to wonder again what happens when a bullet hits a bowling ball.


Review: I'm So Bummed BOOMco's Spinsanity 3X Isn't A Better Dart Gun

Back in February, I got unreasonably excited about a dart gun: the BOOMco Spinsanity 3X. Firing 30 rounds of flying rubber up to 70 feet away, it looked like it could beat Nerf at its own game.


Review: BOOMco's Halo Dart Guns Aren't Quite A Gamer's Dream Come True

Yes, that’s right — this is a working Halo Needler. It shoots amazing darts that magically stick to targets, just like in the game. (No, they don’t explode.) It’s part of an entire line of new Halo dart guns produced by BOOMco. And I just tried them all.


BOOMco Colossal Blitz: Now The Most Badass Dart Gun Doesn't Come From Nerf

“It’s Nerf or nothing.” Remember that phrase? It’s no longer true. Now, it’s either Nerf or this giant honking Sylvester Stallone-in-Rambo machine gun that rains down 72 rounds of flying rubber. Behold: the BOOMco Colossal Blitz.


How Much Paper Does It Take To Stop A 50 Cal Machine Gun?

Video: Reams of paper make for pretty good bullet proof material. It’s just layers and layers of protection! But what happens when it’s a 50 cal machine gun that’s shooting at paper? How many reams does it take to stop that ridiculously giant and powerful bullet? About 7! Which is like, 3500 sheets of paper.


Hitler's Supergun: The Nazi Plot To Destroy London (And Why It Failed)

The V-3 “supergun” was meant to win the war for Germany. In 1943, for the first time since World War II began, Hitler was on the back foot. Allied bombs were devastating German cities and the Fuhrer was rattled. His proposed V-3 cannon would be the biggest gun the world had seen.


What It Looks Like When A Ballistic Gel Body Dummy Gets Shot Up With Bullets

Video: Jiggle, jiggle, jiggle. That’s what it looks like from afar when a fully automatic glock starts shooting its bullets at the ballistic gel dummy. And it’s almost funny how the gel moves! But then you look a little closer and see the true damage of the gun and it’s a whole lot scarier. The bullets spread open upon impact with the gel for maximum damage and then basically torpedoes itself into such spiraling damage that it’s so very frightening.


The Incredible 18 Month Process Of Making A Shotgun

Video: It takes decades of experience and hundreds and hundreds of man hours to make a William & Son shotgun. There’s an expert for the barrel, a master to handle the engraving, a wizard to finish it off and many more skilled hands involved in the entire process. We get to see a glimpse of how it’s done in the video below. Steel, wood, art, fire, water — it’s a combination of so much.


Awesome Slow Motion Footage Of Bullets Piercing Random Objects

Video: Ever wanted to see a bullet shoot through a banana? A hamburger? An apple? A lightbulb? A jug of water? Milk? Ham? A single playing card? You got your wish then. Vickers Tactical shot bullets at totally random objects in slow motions and the results are pretty damn incredible.


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