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Shooting a .50BMG from a shotgun

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8 Responses to “Shooting a .50BMG from a shotgun”

  1. Zack Says:

    This guy does it way better than those meatheads

  2. Zack Says:


    This guy does it way better than those meatheads

  3. Ted N Says:

    The phrase “keyholing inside the barrel” springs to mind. Doesn’t seem like a great idea.

  4. Sigivald Says:

    I am frankly amazed that it didn’t break the shotgun catastrophically…

    I suppose the way it couldn’t build up proper pressure in a 12 gauge barrel would be closely related.

  5. Standard Mischief Says:

    >I am frankly amazed that it didnít break the shotgun catastrophicallyÖ

    Naw, there isn’t any barrel friction. I’m am surprised there was adequate penetration though.

    What shocked me was when the same guys shot a .454 Casull through a full choke 410 shotgun.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAnbDvLIAac&feature=plcp

  6. mikee Says:

    It would have been better, somehow, if they had started out with, “Here, hold my beer and watch this!”

  7. Paul B Says:

    Now, wonder what would happen if the barrel was rifled and they put some tape on the bullet. Sort of a sabot kind of thing.

  8. Matt in AZ Says:

    This is an old video and I am surprised at the shock and incredulity that I find in the comment sections where this video is posted. I find that generally knowledgeable firearms folks know zero about the interior ballistics of any cartridge, much less have any clue about why this might be useful in a shtf situ.

    I am not a fan of these two, but I suddenly feel the need for a break-open shotty of quality manufature with a short, cylinder-bore barrel(s) and a proper stock to make it the legal min.

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