Video: We've seen ballistic gel get lit up with bullets before and how the bullets lodged themselves inside, so here's what happens when a compound bow and arrow is used to shoot at ballistic gel. GY6vids uses a chisel tip 3-blade broadhead arrow and a compound bow to try and puncture (that's probably not a strong enough word) slabs of meat, bones and ballistic gel. It gets pretty damn deep.
Watch How A Bow And Arrow Slices Ballistic Gel Like It's Nothing
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